When you create a catalog to provision machines using Machine Creation Services (MCS) in AWS, you can now use MachineProfile property to capture hardware properties from a virtual machine and apply them to newly provisioned VMs in the catalog.
Citrix now offers Citrix Service Providers (CSPs) a centralized view of license consumption associated with the Application Delivery Management (ADM) service within the License Usage Insights console.
Citrix introduces the ability to set up automatic release of eligible cloud licenses.
Citrix now offers Citrix Service Providers the option to remove a service from a linked customer.
Session Recording service is now available for all Citrix DaaS offerings with capabilities of centralized management of policies, playback, and server configurations. It eases the burden on IT administrators by providing a unified entry point to manage and observe the distributed objects across your organization.
Until now, Citrix provided a disk image and accompanying script to support deploying the Connector Appliance in cloud services. With this change the Connector Appliance will be available within the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) marketplace and deployed directly without the need for a script.
Citrix introduces REST APIs to release expired cloud service licenses that help you to manage licensing in Citrix Cloud. IT administrators can use the Citrix cloud licensing APIs for enterprise customers and partners with on-premises Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops or Citrix DaaS.
When you create a catalog in Azure environment, you can now specify the page file setting, including the location and size, explicitly using the PoSH command. This will override the value determined by MCS.
Improved Licensing management experience for Citrix Cloud administrators
Until now, Citrix provided a disk image and accompanying script to support deploying the Connector Appliance in cloud services. With this change the Connector Appliance will be available within the Microsoft Azure marketplace and deployed directly without the need for a script.