When there are only a few days left to say goodbye to this unusual year, we have compiled the Top 5 of the most read articles in our blog in 2020. As you may know, we strive to keep our readers up-to-date with the most outstanding news about virtualization in general, desktop and application virtualization in particular, Open Source technologies, and announcements, news, and case studies with UDS Enterprise, our software for VDI, vApp and remote access to physical and virtual machines.
Vates, the Company behind Xen Orchestra, announced the availability of a new version of the management web interface for Citrix Hypervisor (XenServer) and XCP-ng. The release 5.51 comes with important improvements to manage groups, especially in LDAP, adding the option to synchronize them in Xen Orchestra. There is no longer the need to create them manually and every time a new user or group is added, the information is updated.
The UDS Enterprise connection broker allows publishing virtual desktops on the local storage of an isolated server with the XCP-ng hypervisor. In this way, any organization can implement a complete Open Source desktop virtualization solution in just two hours.
The connection broker for desktop and application virtualization UDS Enterprise is fully compatible with the new version of the Open Source hypervisor XCP-ng. The VDI broker team has carried out all the relevant validation tests in order to ensure the optimal operation of a virtual desktops and applications infrastructure with UDS Enterprise and XCP-ng 8.1.
In our post today we gather the most read articles in our blog during the past month of January so that you can keep up to date with the most outstanding news of the VDI and Open Source sector.
First we find the article that talks about the thread in the XCP-ng forum that specifically talks about the compatibility of UDS Enterprise and the Open Source hypervisor based on XenServer. There, users can make any type of query about the interoperability of both solutions or about the characteristics, functionalities or technical doubts when implementing our VDI broker.