Category: NetScaler

Azure Traffic Manager for NetScaler Gateway Failover

Azure Traffic Manager is designed to provide traffic routing to various locations based on a ruleset that you specify. It can be used for priority (failover), weighted distribution, performance, and geographic traffic distribution. The failover option is similar to GSLB – and works in a similar way, so I am […]

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GSLB for NetScaler Gateway across Azure Locations

In this post I’ll be going through how I have configured GSLB for NetScaler Gateway in Azure, and the various elements required for this type of configuration. Firstly – I began by setting up the background infrastructure to demonstrate this test. Namely, 2x Active Directory DCs within two Azure Locations […]

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Quick Post! – Using NetScaler responder policies/actions and backup vServers to notify users of Service Downtime

NetScaler, as I am sure you are aware, is a superbly powerful Application Delivery Controller. One of the most useful features is the use of Responder Policies/Actions, and Backup vServers to indicate that a service is down or to provide access to an alternative service for end users. Let’s say […]

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Book Review – “Inside Citrix – The FlexCast Management Architecture” by Bas van Kaam

Recently I have been reading the excellent “Inside Citrix – The FlexCast Management Architecture” by Bas van Kaam. I wanted to write a quick post up about this book – as it’s well worth a read for anyone working with Citrix Desktop Virtualization products. You can purchase the book here. […]

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