New Citrix cloud service combines the simplicity of Microsoft Azure RemoteApp with the enterprise security and scale of Citrix XenApp
Microsoft announced the next step in its broad partnership with Citrix, helping us develop the next generation of the Azure RemoteApp service. The new Citrix XenApp Essentials Service (previously XenApp “express”) will build upon Microsoft’s vision of Azure RemoteApp by tapping industry-leading XenApp technology to provide additional management, user experience, and security features.
XenApp Essentials, the new application virtualization service, will combine the power and flexibility of the Citrix Cloud platform with the simple, prescriptive, and easy-to-consume vision of Microsoft Azure RemoteApp. XenApp Essentials will provide superior performance and flexibility by moving the backend infrastructure to the cloud, simplifying app delivery without sacrificing management or end user experience.
Citrix will bring simplified management that will mirror many of the workflows existing Azure RemoteApp customers have come to love. XenApp Essentials will also simplify app provisioning, enhance monitoring, strengthen security and optimize app delivery, which are key features many existing Citrix customers have come to love. Citrix and Microsoft are working closely together to develop migration tools that will help current Azure RemoteApp customers take advantage of the service when it becomes available.
Azure RemoteApp customers save 50% on Citrix Cloud services
For a limited time, existing Azure RemoteApp customers can subscribe to the Citrix Cloud Virtual Apps and Desktops package at half the regular price.
Citrix will release a tech preview of XenApp Essentials, with general availability in early 2017. Sign up below to be notified when the tech preview is available.
The development, release and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion and are subject to change without notice or consultation. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not a commitment, promise or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions or incorporated into any contract.