XenOrchestra, UDS Enterprise, XCP-ng and Chromebooks

by | Oct 2, 2018


During this month of September our blog has recorded a significant number of visits daily. Of all our articles, the most read are related to XCP-ng and Chromebooks.

The article that has aroused most interest among our community talks about Xen Orchestra, a useful web interface for managing and administering virtual platforms with the XenServer and XCP-ng hypervisors.

The second most read post focuses on the announcement of the compatibility of our VDI and vApp connections broker UDS Enterprise with the Open Source hypervisor based on XenServer XCP-ng.

And in third place there is an article that describes the advantages of accessing virtual desktops and applications from Chromebooks and easily managing files in these devices thanks to UDS Enterprise.

Find below the links to the posts on these topics so that you can have a look at them:

Xen Orchestra, the turnkey solution for XenServer and XCP-ng

UDS Enterprise, first VDI solution compatible with XCP-ng

Managing files on Chromebooks with UDS Enterprise



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