About Me


Welcome to the Ask the Architect community

With so much discussion around the value, the features and the options of desktop virtualization, the architecture cannot be ignored. Even if the best solution is selected, the implementation will fail unless it is properly designed and deployed.  This site strives to provide an understanding, including my work as a Lead Architect at Citrix, of the practices and examples of desktop virtualization implementations.

If you are on Twitter, feel free to follow me (@djfeller) and I’ll keep you updated on the latest in desktop virtualization

Stay, look around and please comment, especially if you disagree with me.  I believe the best way to get new perspectives is to talk with those who disagree with your own viewpoints.

Daniel Feller

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7 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. i saw this twitter , yesterday . Where do i find more info about this ??
    “Citrix Machine Creating Services on #XenDesktop5 req. 1.5x more IOPS compared to PVS “

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  2. hi daniel

    i want make next week my cce exam, have you some good training stuff i can use? i read in my bibel citrix_virtual_handbook a lot, also all docs from prep guide. is there maybe something that you can also recommend for me?

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  3. Hey Daniel. Always love your stuff. Can you point me to anything you’ve written about Windows Server 2012 R2 Optimizations for Citrix Xenapp? Thanks, appreciate it.

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  4. Hi Daniel,

    I hope this will get you in time, I would like to ask regarding our requirement. So our company is planning to have a DR solution with our existing farm. We want to have an active/passive(warm) configuration which if Site A goes down, Site B will be active and the applications that users were accessed are still available. Hope you could give me guidance on this. Thanks!

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