While a key objective for Citrix Cloud services is to remove complexity from secure app and data delivery, our customers who are migrating their workloads to the cloud want the same management options they have with their on-premises deployments. In order to manage the XenApp and XenDesktop Service within the Citrix Cloud, we wanted to offer cloud administrators the exact same options for managing their site as they have in an on-premises instance of Citrix Studio. When moving to the Citrix Cloud, all experience and certifications gained while administering an on-premises sites can be directly applied to the Citrix cloud services, which simplifies the cloud transition.
When creating a XenApp or XenDesktop site on-premises, the admin manages it via one of two methods:
- The Powershell SDK
- Citrix Studio
Daniel Seltzer has already talked about how we delivered the Remote Powershell SDK, a means of managing the cloud-hosted site with the same cmdlets as an on-premises instance. Today, I want to talk about how we deliver Citrix Studio to cloud administrators with the same interface they know and love.
Running a Windows application within a web browser
Read the entire article here, Apply Your Citrix Studio Skills to XenApp & XenDesktop
via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.