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Citrix ADC VPX Advanced - 10 Mbps

Citrix Systems, Inc. | 13.0-47.24

Linux/Unix, FreeBSD 8.4' - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Banking

Citrix ADC in the ALM Environment

  • June 07, 2019
  • Review provided by G2

What do you like best?
Citrix ADC works really well across a global enterprise platform. One of the best advantages is that you can execute a process, log off the machine, and then reconnect at a later time, and the session resumes where you left off. It seems to work better on a local network, but once firewall ports are opened on all networks, the efficiency still maintains with a little latency. The load bearing aspect works quite well across multiple servers and machines.
What do you dislike?
There are times when Citrix does freeze and hang up and then all processes need to be restarted. This causes a lot of time delays when cash flows need to be reported in a timely manner.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
We are solving asset liability solutions on an enterprise network. We are using distributed compute across several machines to calculate cash flows for millions of transactions. The bank is also using this for multiple employees to access various databases across multiple networks.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Ensure that firewall ports and permissions are setup prior to installing the software. Also, you can use 'dumb' terminals to run Citrix from so no need for expansive investment in hardware.


    Anonymous

MTU Size is an issue, otherwise, great product

  • April 21, 2015
  • Review verified by AWS Marketplace

I setup the netscaler to use for testing to see how it would work with XenApp 7.6. I was not able to get the Netscaler Gateway to work for external access on any platform. After several days of being on the phone with Citrix support, we found that the MTU size on the Windows 2012 server that was acting as the XenApp server needed to be changed to 1500.

I followed the info at http://www.sysadmintutorials.com/tutorials/microsoft/windows-2008-r2/how-to-set-windows-2008-r2-mtu/ to make the adjustments. After this, everything started working as expected.


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