Daniel Feller

Daniel Feller

Daniel Feller is a Lead Architect at Citrix.  With a app and desktop virtualization history dating back to 1997, Daniel has participated in many different deployments taking on many different roles.  After graduating from Purdue University, Daniel started out as an IT Admin deploying WinFrame and MetaFrame 1.0. Daniel soon joined Citrix Consulting as one of the first consultants and spent many years working on some of the world's largest and most complex environments. In addition to field projects, Daniel has also authored several well known whitepapers like the XenDesktop Design Handbook and created the intricate logic behind Citrix Project Accelerator.  Daniel can usually be seen speaking at conferences focusing on design topics for application and desktop virtualization.

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The Latest Citrix VDI Handbook is now available

The Citrix VDI Best Practices Handbook is now available! But before you start reading, let me answer a few questions…

Provisioning Services or Machine Creation Services (2016 Edition)

Five years ago, Citrix released Machine Creation Services. As a way to help people decide between Provisioning Services and Machine…

Get Ready for a XenApp and XenDesktop Tech Update

We’ve almost made it around the sun again, and you know what that means? Synergy! At Synergy 2015, I presented…

Fine-Tuning Windows 10: Optimization Impact on Storage & Logon Time

In my continuing efforts to provide the optimum optimization experience, I’m investigating how optimizing Windows 10 for VDI impacts performance.…

The Need for a Skype for Business Edge Server

What do we know so far with a Skype for Business in a Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop environment? The Same…

Conference Calling with Skype for Business

Based on the questions I’ve received, it seems like Skype for Business is a pretty big deal. So, let’s take…

A Hybrid Skype for Business Deployment

I recently published a blog post and video about the new Citrix Realtime Optimization Pack for Skype for Business. As…

XenApp Best Practice #4: The Right Experience

Over the years, I’ve done quite a few wood working projects, like building a coffee table, end table, entertainment center,…

Skype on XenApp: It’s a Snap! Looks and Acts Like Skype on a PC

As many know, I like to do home improvement projects, so I spend quite some time at my local hardware…

Windows 10 Optimizations: The Untold Results

For a few weeks a while back, people in my house had been bugging me to fix our Internet problem.…

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