Microsoft Office 2016 Impact on XenDesktop Scalability


A day doesn't go by when I don't open up at least one Microsoft Office application.  Even on weekends, when I'm not working, I usually open at least one application. It should be of little surprise that Microsoft Office is one of the most used set of applications in many RDS/VDI deployments. But what impact... Continue Reading →

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Microsoft Windows 10, Citrix XenDesktop and Logon Time


How long does your Windows 10 logon take? Logging into my lab, my logons felt long. True I'm not using server-level hardware that you would see in production, but my logon times felt too long because I don't have logon scripts, complex group policy preferences, or even massive profiles. After reading the Rule of 30... Continue Reading →

Provisioning Services Read Cache


As you can see, I've spoken numerous time about the Provisioning Services RAM Cache with Disk Overflow capability. Windows 10 IOPS Video Proof Reducing IOPS to 1 Read/Write Ratios XenDesktop 7.5 IOPS Digging deeper into IOPS ESG Spotlight on IOPS So yes, I like talking about this topic.  But now, I'm going to talk about... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 IOPS


We live in a multi-dimensional world, but our analysis of Windows 10, to date, has been focused on a single aspect… single server scalability. I think it is time for us to look at another aspect: storage.

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