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Citrix-Readier than Ever - Login VSI Blueprint for Citrix Lifecycle Management is Now Citrix Ready Certified

Citrix-Readier than Ever - Login VSI Blueprint for Citrix Lifecycle Manager is now Citrix Ready Certified

In May last year one of my colleagues, Mark Plettenberg, wrote about Login VSI’s creation of a blueprint for the Citrix Lifecycle Management cloud-based application. Citrix Lifecycle Management is a great solution to quickly deploy XenApp or XenDesktop environments and we were honored to be one of the first vendors to create a blueprint for Citrix Lifecycle Management.

Why use Citrix Lifecycle Management?

Utilizing a connector installed into your environment you’re able to quickly (in a few clicks) deploy a Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop environment, Active Directory Domain Controller, and Login VSI to your infrastructure. This dramatically decreases the amount of time required to get started with Login VSI to produce some valuable results. After the blueprint has been deployed, setup a delivery group within Citrix, then apply a license to Login VSI so testing can begin.

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Select the Login VSI blueprint from the Blueprint Catalog for a quick deployment

Want to get started with Login VSI and Citrix Lifecycle Management? My colleague Mark wrote a useful blog with more instructions on how to deploy the Login VSI Blueprint for Citrix Lifecycle Management.

Now Citrix Ready

Today I am happy to report that we have completed the Citrix Ready verification process for our Login VSI Blueprint!

The Citrix Ready verification process is a standardized method of submitting the blueprint to Citrix, and validating successful deployment and functionality of a software application through the Citrix Lifecycle Manager.

This means that:

  • Citrix has verified the blueprint is functional, to their rigorous standards, through their Citrix Lifecycle Manager.
  • Citrix has verified Login VSI will enhance the CLM experience with addition of the Login VSI application.

In addition to being able to find blueprints in the Citrix Lifecycle Management marketplace you can now find the Login VSI blueprint on the Citrix Ready marketplace. Go check it out and let us know what you think.

Happy testing!

Ps. we also won a Best of Citrix Synergy 2016 Finalist award last week!

About the author

Brian is Login VSI’s Support and Services Manager. He is responsible for ensuring operational excellence in supporting and implementing our solutions within customer environments. Having worked in IT consulting for the last 15 years he loves to share field engineering expertise, and customer services management experience with others. In his free time, you will find him blogging or producing vlogs for LinkedIn. His written content is syndicated on Citrixology.


Tags: Login VSI, Citrix, XenApp, XenDesktop

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