Citrix Service Continuity—What Happens When the Cloud Fails?

Citrix Service Continuity reduces the dependency on the availability of cloud services. This means that end-users are still able to launch their virtual apps and desktops even when cloud services are down, or outages occur. Join us as we discuss the benefits of turning on service continuity. We invite Fernando Klurfan, Principal Product Manager, to talk in depth about how service continuity works and minimizes the dependency on cloud services.

PODCAST | 19m
February 24, 2021
Ep 2

Executive summary

  • Learn how Service Continuity adds design-for-failure to the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service architecture.
  • Listen to Fernando talk about how Service Continuity was designed to increase resiliency while still ensuring security.

Featured voices

Fernando Klurfan
Principal Product Manager, Citrix

Fernando joined Citrix in 2014 and works with HDX technologies, bringing multiple features to market, focusing on multimedia. Recently he helps Citrix Cloud projects related to resiliency and rearchitects the way connections are brokered. He has worked on technologies such as the Enlightened Data Transport (EDT), HDX RealTime Optimization Pack for Skype for Business, Browser Content Redirection, Teams Optimization, and most recently service continuity.

Ana Ruiz
Technical Marketing Architect, Citrix

Ana loves creating content that enables customers to understand the best practices and functionalities of Citrix solutions. Ana started at Citrix more than 6 years ago as a college graduate in the leadership development program. She has held various roles prior to joining the technical marketing team during her career at Citrix including, inside sales engineer, mobility sales engineer, and virtualization senior sales engineer for enterprise accounts.

Daniel Feller
Lead Architect, Citrix

With more than 15 years of experience designing and securing virtual workspaces, Daniel continues to deliver solutions and best practices for all types of organizations. Like many in the tech field, Daniel’s background originated with an on-premises, Windows-based environment, and grew to encompass cloud, mobility and digital workspaces.