App Orchestration 2.6 further automates the delivery of Desktops-as-a-Service environments with new solution support, in-place upgrades and validated guidance for business continuity and disaster planning.
Citrix App Orchestration accelerates and automates the delivery of business-ready Desktops-as-a-Service. Built on proven Citrix best practices, App Orchestration helps hosted service providers design and implement a secure, multi-tenant, multi-domain and multi-location based environment.
Hosted service providers using App Orchestration can shorten implementation time for faster delivery of hosted services – and revenue. Coordinate the configuration and automation of Desktops-as-a-Service across a range of isolation modes, data centers and provisioning technologies.
With App Orchestration, hosted service provider partners can:
Using App Orchestration with Citrix CloudPortal Services Manager, hosted service provider partners can:
Deploy and manage app and desktop delivery infrastructure across multiple tenants, domains and datacenters using XenDesktop 7.6. Learn more about the benefits and new features of XenDesktop 7.6.
Deploy and orchestrate StoreFront 3.0 Server Groups and Sites. Server group and site isolation is easily managed for each tenant using one of three pre-defined isolation modes (shared, private and private site). Learn more about StoreFront 3.0.
Upgrade existing App Orchestration environments in-place and carry forward existing sites and StoreFront deployments to the latest version.
Create sites and server groups using a single server, reducing cost and deployment time for proof of concept, test and development environments. Quickly scale orchestrated delivery sites and storefronts in a few clicks using streamlined wizards.
Leverage guidance for creating disaster tolerant, multi-datacenter designs where delivery infrastructure is orchestrated and managed across datacenters, even during a datacenter outage. During a disaster event, App Orchestration can be used to quickly scale up capacity in backup datacenters to restore or expand availability of services.