Nick Rintalan

Nick Rintalan

Nick Rintalan is a Lead Architect & Director in the Americas Consulting organization based out of California. He has been with Citrix Consulting for the last 12 years, working on some of the largest Citrix deployments known to mankind. He has authored several well-known whitepapers such as "The Top 10 Items Found by Citrix Consulting on Assessments" and "Best Practices for XenDesktop and XenApp". Nick has spoken at Synergy/iForum, Summit and BriForum 17 times over the years. Nick is a husband, father and enjoys golfing and hiking. Before joining Citrix, Nick worked for the IBM Software Group on the WebSphere development team. Nick received Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Computer Engineering from Tulane University in New Orleans.

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Citrix Scalability in a Cloud World

It’s time to change a best practice. After all, leading practices should evolve. I’ve been saying for years things like…

Citrix Technology Short #4

Hey there! I just wanted to quickly highlight a few things happening in my (Citrix) world right now. We changed…

“New” Citrix Best Practices 2.0

It’s been a couple years since I published the first “New Citrix Best Practices” article, so I wanted to publish…

Protocol & Resolution Impact on Bandwidth and Scalability

The week before Synergy, I was in London presenting with Dan Allen (now at Bromium) at the European version of…

Citrix Logon Times – Rule of 30

What is the average logon time for a Citrix environment? Great question. And after “How many users can I get…

7.6, 7.7 or 7.8? LTSR to the Rescue!

This is a question, and one I have been getting a lot lately, especially from our partners in Vegas this…

Turbo Charging Performance with PVS 7.7

We’ve already “turbo-charged” your storage throughput with the new CiRwOtD feature (if you don’t know that acronym, you better ask…

XenApp Scalability v2015, Part 1

It’s time to talk about one of my favorite subjects again: scalability. And what I really mean by “scalability” is…

Citrix Technology Short #3

There are a few interesting things happening in the Citrix world I believe are worth sharing with the Community (Parts…

StoreFront 3.0 Scalability

Shortly after I wrote my StoreFront 2.6 Scalability article, we released StoreFront 3.0. And we recently completed our first internal…

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