Posts Tagged ‘application delivery’

how to use teambox for project management…

May 1st, 2010

In the last weeks I was looking for an open source web based project management tool and I’ve found teambox.com – A very good pm-tool with twitter like communication functions that can be installed on your own server :)

In this article I wanna show, how to use teambox for management of an IT infrastructure project. Therefor I’ve created an example project which is called “application delivery infrastructure” which goal it is to implement Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop and Access Gateway with Provisioning Server and XenServer – A real IT infrastructure project ;-)

OK, before we speak about project management, we have to define what we wanna manage. In theory project management includes the following dimensions:

  • requirements (or goals) management
  • problem management
  • tasks/time management
  • ressource management

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how to build an IT infrastructure for a small sized business or start-up

January 20th, 2010

So you have a great idea with a working business case and want to start the company now? Then you probably think about what IT infrastructure your new company needs for the beginning…

So, I’ve just implemented an IT infrastructure for a small sized company that supports trade between California and Germany. I did that in my spare time and want to share my experiences with you. » Read more: how to build an IT infrastructure for a small sized business or start-up

client os future – is the client hypervisor worth it…?

December 13th, 2009

Regarding the big infrastructure software vendors [1][2] 2010 will be the year of VDI. The key to success will be the client-hv…

OK, but what OS will be used on the virtualized clients? Will it be Windows7 only or will it be a mixture of Windows7, MacOS and Linux? Or will it be a mixture of Windows7, MacOS and ChromeOS? One could say: Whatever you need ;-)

multiple os screenshot

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