Deploying Citrix MetaFrame on IBM eServer BladeCenter with IBM FAStT Storage
An IBM Redpaper publication
Published 09 September 2004
IBM Form #: REDP-3583-02
Authors: Rufus Credle, Raymond Leung
As data centers have grown with the proliferation of Wintel servers over recent years, it is important to note that rack space and floor space can be more efficiently used with the IBM BladeCenter HS20 servers. Attractive cost savings are also possible in situations where a large number of rack installed servers are required. Combined with the latest IBM storage, you have some winning options to consider.
This IBM Redpaper describes the technology, installation, functionality and advantages of Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server running on HS20 blade servers. In addition, we discuss the use and benefits of the IBM TotalStorage FAStT600 Storage Server.
In Chapter 1, we cover the features and functions of the IBM Eserver BladeCenter .
In Chapter 2, we cover the features and functions of the IBM TotalStorage FAStT600 Storage Server .
Chapter 3 examines the different components required for a Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server installation on the HS20 with the FAStT600.
Chapter 4 provides a number of scenarios installing the Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server .
Chapter 5 describes the process we followed to install Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server on the HS20 blade servers with the IBM TotalStorage FAStT600 Storage Server.
Chapter 6 describes the process we used to publish applications onto a Citrix server.
The remaining chapters discuss the use of the Web Interface and Citrix Conferencing Manager .
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM eServer BladeCenter and its advantages
Chapter 2. Introduction to IBM TotalStorage FAStT600 Storage Server
Chapter 3. Planning and prerequisites for Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server
Chapter 4. Suggested configurations for Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server
Chapter 5. Implementing and configuring Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server
Chapter 6. Publishing applications
Chapter 7. Web Interface for MetaFrame Presentation Server
Chapter 8. Citrix Conferencing Manager installation
Chapter 9. Managing a Citrix MetaFrame solution on IBM eServer BladeCenter
Appendix A. Performance tuning
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