At a high-level, Citrix Workspace securely delivers apps and data to users while allowing admins to maintain control over resources in a decentralized environment.
You might have seen this high-level diagram as well.
The diagram breaks the Workspace out into a set of core concepts
- Unified Experience
- Contextual Access
- Contextual Performance
- Endpoint Management
- App Ops
- Content Control
But what do these really mean? How do they work? How do all of these pieces fit together into a user’s workspace?
With a lot of help from many people within Citrix, I gained a new level of understanding on these 7 core concepts for Citrix Workspace. For me, as a techie, I understand solutions better if I can create a diagram explaining the flow, which is why I created the Citrix Workspace Poster (PDF File)
The Citrix Workspace Architecture Poster breaks the high-level concept into a series of user and admin flow diagrams utilizing a set of Citrix Cloud services and micro services to provide everything from a single sign-on to user behavior analytics.
As with most things in the technology, this poster is not final. Some functionality is final. Some of these capabilities are a work in progress. Some ideas haven’t even been dreamed of yet.
Stay tuned as I try and keep this poster up to date.