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Atlantis Computing Launches Solution to Optimize Citrix XenApp in the Virtual Datacenter - Joe Austin - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Atlantis Computing Launches Solution to Optimize Citrix XenApp in the Virtual Datacenter

Atlantis ILIO for Citrix XenApp Solves the Storage and Performance Bottlenecks

Mountain View, CA – March 28, 2012 – Atlantis Computing™, the leader in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) storage and performance optimization solutions announced the release of Atlantis ILIO for Citrix XenApp to address the challenges associated with virtualizing Citrix XenApp deployments on VMware vSphere. Atlantis ILIO reduces provisioning time, improves the user experience and cuts the amount of storage required by up to 90% when running Citrix XenApp in the virtual datacenter. Atlantis ILIO for Citrix XenApp is particularly critical to customers planning to virtualize XenApp 6.5 with Windows Server 2008 R2.

Virtualizing XenApp causes a storage bottleneck that increases provisioning times, extends boot times and can reduce the number of XenApp sessions per server. To address the storage and performance barriers, Atlantis ILIO for Citrix XenApp continuously optimizes the storage traffic of the virtualized Windows Server throughout the daily cycle of re-provisioning, bootup and logon.


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“There is a massive install base of customers on Citrix XenApp 4.5 with Windows Server 2003 that must move to Citrix XenApp 6.5 with Server 2008 R2 by March 2013,” said Vincent Branger, Virtualization Expert and Consultant, Infralys. “When customers migrate to XenApp 6.5, the majority will virtualize Windows Server 2008 R2 to take advantage of the manageability and consolidation benefits of server virtualization. However, the combination of virtualizing XenApp, upgrading to Windows Server 2008 and shared storage introduces performance issues with provisioning, boot time and application response time for IO bound applications.”

As XenApp customers migrate to Windows Server 2008, they want to virtualize their XenApp servers to take advantage of server consolidation and improve their manageability. However, the combination of virtualizing XenApp and moving to Windows Server 2008 requires a significant increase in the amount of shared storage needed to avoid performance issues.

“Both VDI and Citrix XenApp/RDS follow patterns of approximately 80-90% write activity vs. read activity during steady state. This means that the enhanced write capability delivered by Atlantis ILIO is extremely important to the scalability of the Citrix XenApp & RDS/TS platform,” said Shawn Bass, Citrix CTP and Microsoft MVP. “Deploying RDS/XenApp workloads behind Atlantis ILIO can reduce storage requirements, improve provisioning and boot time and improve scalability.”

“As we deployed Atlantis ILIO for VDI to help optimize Citrix XenDesktop deployments, we were continually asked by customers about helping them with their Citrix XenApp deployments,” said Bernard Harguindeguy, CEO of Atlantis Computing. “The Atlantis ILIO optimization of XenApp helps customers overcome the storage challenges of migrating XenApp to a virtualized datacenter, makes it possible to provision and refresh XenApp servers on-demand, and improves the user experience.”

Atlantis ILIO for Citrix XenApp Test Results as Measured by Citrix CTP and Microsoft MVP, Shawn Bass

Performance
Provisioning – 53% faster provisioning
Boot Time – 4x faster boot times
Applications – accelerates response time of IO bound applications
Density
Server Density – 16% increase in users per server
Storage Density – 10x more users on existing storage
Storage Savings
Storage Capacity – reduce storage capacity by 92%
IO Offload – reduce IO to storage by up to 90%
Latency – reduce IO latency to improve response time

For complete test results, download “Citrix XenApp & RDS Workload Improvements with Atlantis ILIO” by Shawn Bass at bit.ly/xenapp

Tweet This: @AtlantisILIO for @Citrix #XenApp Accelerates Provisioning, Boot Time, Applications – @shawnbass test results bit.ly/xenapp

About Atlantis Computing
Atlantis Computing is transforming enterprise desktop computing by making virtual desktops more affordable, reducing implementation risks and addressing key barriers to market adoption: storage costs and user acceptance. Atlantis Computing software complements Citrix and VMware solutions by reducing the amount of storage needed, enabling the use of less expensive storage, and boosting the performance of desktop and mobile devices. Atlantis Computing is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Media contact:
Ventana Public Relations for Atlantis Computing
Sabrina Sanchez
(925) 785-3014
sabrina.sanchez@ventanapr.com

Follow Atlantis Computing on Twitter: @AtlantisILIO

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Atlantis Computing, Atlantis ILIO and Atlantis ILIO Diskless VDI are trademarks of Atlantis Computing, Inc.  All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Publish Date: March 28, 2012 5:55 PM

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