This weekend I have mostly been a-wolf-hunting… following the #BuryWolfTrail in my home town of Bury St. Edmunds. The Wolf Trail is a town trade and tourism effort to encourage visitors and support businesses in the town over the summer. I had planned to write a blog overviewing it, upload all my photos etc… but the more I thought about the more I realised I’d had such a positive emotional experience from this project because Continue reading Wolf Hunting – Part 1 (#BuryWolfTrail)
Update (16th Aug 2015) – Now a CTX: CTX201802 – FAQ: HDX Extra Color Compression (ECC) Policy in XenApp and XenDesktop
Extra Color Compression (ECC) is a policy that can be applied to control how HDX manages bandwidth vs. quality and other resources (e.g. CPU). It is documented in the XenDesktop and XenApp product documentation here.
A while back I wrote an article: “12 Monitoring Products for Citrix XenServer – including options for hybrid infrastructure and mobile, XenDesktop, Cloud, iPad”, since then I’ve moved into working in Product Management for HDX, providing the graphics technologies for Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp. I’ve had numerous requests for a similar list of monitoring options for HDX within a Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop environment. Many of those applications, which I suggested for XenServer are also appropriate, but there are also many products available which are particularly tailored to the needs of a XenDesktop or XenApp user.
A few months ago I took over as Product Manager for the Linux and Android Receivers as well as retaining the roadmap for HDX Graphics.
Some weeks back I went through my first release of the Linux Receiver with the 13.2 release. So I thought I’d highlight what’s new, ask for feedback on where we are and also ask what you’d like to see in future releases.