The Architect – Project Accelerator


I am the Architect. I created the Matrix (I mean Project Accelerator logic). I’ve been waiting for you. You have many questions, and although your traditional desktop has altered your consciousness, you remain irrevocably constrained. Ergo, some of my answers you will understand, and some of them you will not. Concordantly, while your first question may be the most pertinent, you may or may not realize it is also the most irrelevant.

Why are you here?

You are here because you want your desktop to be transformed. Its limited endpoint options expanded, its entire existence morphed, your freedom from the confines of your cube eradicated. But, you might ask, “HOW?”

There are two options. The first option is to use Project Accelerator and the salvation from your traditional desktop where we provide you with the knowledge and expertise to succeed. The other option is to struggle and fight for answers. The problem is choice.

You have a choice to decide how many IOPS your users need. You have a choice of identifying the amount of storage you need. You have a choice of picking the right FlexCast model. (Do you know what a FlexCast model is?)

We built the first matrix (I mean Accelerator) that provided you with documentation.  More was needed. We built the second Accelerator that provided you with questions you must answer.  More was needed.  Can we build an Accelerator that answers the questions for you? This is where the Architect comes in.

The role of the architect is to breakdown the complex. To simplify. Instead of asking hundreds of technical questions, we ask 20. With 20 unique questions, do we have the knowledge to not only pick the right FlexCast model, but to also provide answers to all the design decisions? 

I chose the red pill and went down that rabbit hole and changed my life. If you want to know more, pick the red pill, launch Citrix Project Accelerator, and stay tuned as we explain how we did it.

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