The blade style is now applied to the final two nodes: Machine Catalogs and Policies. The new wizards appear in blade views with wider viewports, enabling more content to display. The workflows for configuring your settings remain the same.
Poor in-session responsiveness is the primary cause for poor session experience. The Anomalous Latency Alerts feature alerts administrators when there is a significant deviation in the session latency values. The proactive alerting helps administrators identify specific locations or Delivery Groups from which poor sessions might be originating.
Citrix Cloud introduces REST APIs to create and consume reports that help you manage licensing in Citrix Cloud.
In Full Configuration, when creating hosting connections, you're required to select a zone before selecting a connection type. The Connection type drop-down list displays hypervisors and cloud services available with the zone. (Previously, to ensure the Connection type list shows a required hypervisor or cloud service, you had to install its plug-in in every zone. With this new configuration sequence, you can now install the plug-in only in the required zone.)
Custom Access Roles specific to Citrix Analytics for Performance are now available. As a Citrix Cloud administrator with Full access permission, you can invite other administrators to manage Performance Analytics in your organization using the following roles.
A few enhancements regarding the Infrastructure dashboard that shows the availability and performance analytics for virtual machines in your apps and desktops environment.
This feature brings more clarity to the Not Categorized numbers on the User Experience dashboard. The dashboard now shows the breakup of users and sessions in the virtual apps and desktops environment based on the session protocol and the connection status.
The Zombie Sessions sub-pane shows information on session failures that have occurred due to zombie sessions in the environment.
Session launch diagnostics (technical preview) helps IT admins understand session launch failures. You can track and report each session failure independently, and use the comprehensive library of error codes to understand the errors and apply the remediation steps.
A new Studio UI experience where customers can build an inventory of their Citrix master catalog images.