A conversation with Citrix's Project Tarpon application streaming product group

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Citrix's Project Tarpon will add Softricity-like application streaming capabilities to Presentation Server environments. It will also enable the streaming of applications directly to Windows workstations.

Citrix's Project Tarpon will add Softricity-like application streaming capabilities to Presentation Server environments. It will also enable the streaming of applications directly to Windows workstations. It's been over a year since Citrix first announced Tarpon, and it now looks like the product will be released soon.

This conversation (recorded on Dec. 14, 2006) is part of the series of interviews I did when I visited Citrix's Ft. Lauderdale headquarters a few weeks ago. In it, I talk to Citrix's Aaron Cockerill, Manu Chauhan, and Tim Graf about what Tarpon will be, how it will work, and how it will integrate into Citrix's other application delivery products.


From Left: Tim Graf, Manu Chauhan, Aaron Cockerill

This podcast goes more in-depth than previous articles have, both from a product functionality standpoint and strategy standpoint.

Note: In this podcast, Aaron mentioned that he had a video he would provide me that demonstrates Tarpon's application profiling capability. Aaron is on vacation this week, but I'll get the video from him the first week of January and post the link here.

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Hi,
 
I created 6 videos of Citrix Project Tarpon, one of them is a profiling video.
Besides the videos of project tarpon there are video's of Altiris SVS and SoftGrid available for download.
The story board of these video's is also available.
Link: http://www.virtuall.nl/videos/
 
With regards,
Ruben Spruijt
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Hi Ruben,
 
your videos are a great idea, but without any voice it´s a little boring and hard, to follow the videos. Any chance, to provide them with some sound and comments from your side?
 
Thanks Frank
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Hi Frank,
 
Thanks for your comment!.
Adding voice to the video's and / or adding additional text is high on my "To-Do" List!.
 
With regards,
Ruben
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