Brian Madden TV #21 - Citrix rethinks XenDesktop 4 licensing, a talk with Liquidware Labs' T-Rex

In today's show, Brian and Gabe discuss the changes Citrix decided to make to the XenDesktop 4 license models. Then Brian sits down with one of the co-founders of Liquidware Labs, J "T-Rex" Tyler Rohrer, to discuss VDI migration and see a demo of their product.

Show notes:

  • In the show I couldn't remember the name of Lakeside Software's product that is similar to Liquidware Labs. The Lakeside product is called VMP, for "Virtual Migration Planner."
  • The full 36-minute interview with J Tyler T-Rex Rohrer is available here.

 

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WOW! About Liquidware Labs.  This takes the work out of moving to VMware View.  Will be evaluating this week!


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I just loved this week’s show. T.Rex is now my all time favorite geek Man, the stuff he managed to put forward in few minutes is simply amazing!


WoW!


I might be mental, but I understood every single nuance of T-Rex, It's such a shame that, even though so very impressed I fail to see any practical use. Aside that I'm very interested to see how the actual product measures in purely scientific tests.


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Okay Kimmo... so that's two super positive comments in a row from you. Are you feeling ok?


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RickD was the first thing that popped into my mind too. :)


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@Brian.


Haha, nice pun:-) Yeah, I'm fine.


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Seems to be a good product!!  But like Brian said, there is a couple of other produts doing the same job... like ..  eginnovations  edge sight.


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Wow! Its a wonderful product.... Thank you.


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