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Getting to Know Citrix NetScaler CPX

Citrix NetScaler is a commercial load balancer that competes with open source load balancers, such as HAProxy and Nginx. NetScaler…

What’s New, NetScaler?

Can’t keep up with all of Citrix’ announcements, or just been too busy? Well, here’s your opportunity to get up…

NEW! Maintain Your Certification with the Citrix Recertification Program!

Is your Citrix certification expiring? Don’t lose your Partner status and incentives! Did you know that maintaining your certification status…

Talking NITRO with PowerShell

As a Citrix Consultant and DevOps enthusiastic I’ve been promoting the use of automation scripts for Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp…

Nothing Could be Finer than Digital Government in North Carolina

A former citizen does a test drive of a premier digital government portal. I was born in the Tarheel State.…

University Health-Sciences Center Bridges Healthcare & Education Security Needs

Let’s travel down to a slice of South Texas, specifically the far western corner of Texas, near the Rio Grande…

NetScaler and Kubernetes: An Enabler for Digital and DevOps Teams

In 2016, we sowed the seeds of putting a Citrix NetScaler application delivery proxy in the hands of developers to…

Ready, Set… DockerCon!

This year, Citrix returns to DockerCon in Austin, Texas, home of SXSW and a burgeoning tech hub in the American…

Citrix NetScaler @Synergy 2017: Bigger & Better Than Ever

Showcasing our latest innovations to help you reliably and securely deliver Apps in Cloud & SaaS. Market drivers shaping the…

Engage Your Citizens with Convenient, Secure Access to Government Services

Digital technologies play an important role in modernizing legacy processes for delivering and accessing services and resources. Many state and local government entities are implementing or evaluating application virtualization, software-first networking, enterprise file sharing and mobility management solutions to improve the citizen experience.

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