Businesses are looking to Citrix Workspace to improve their users’ experience through simpler IT. Customers have also placed a huge emphasis on improving employee productivity through remote work.
Citrix Cloud enables both of these outcomes and more, including faster agility to respond to business needs; reduced operational overhead; better integration with public cloud; and a unified management experience.
Many of our customers run on-premises Citrix environment(s) of varying versions and complexities and may be wondering what the best way is to migrate to cloud?
The Citrix Customer Success team is dedicated to helping a wide range of customers at varying stages of their cloud journey. The topic of migration paths often comes up. While one size does not fit all, we have formed leading recommendations for cloud migrations based on common business goals and Citrix footprints.
Additionally, Citrix has released the Citrix Automated Configuration Tool (currently in public tech preview) to simplify the migration process. This tool discovers on-premises sites as a collection of editable config files to be imported into and synchronized with the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service in Citrix Cloud.
On Wednesday, August 19, my colleague Amir Trujillo and I will host a Citrix TIPs webinar on why Citrix Cloud migrations are easier than ever. We’ll discuss:
- Different migration paths and phased approaches depending on customer scenarios
- A breakdown of Citrix Cloud services and how to ease into the cloud with minimal impact
- Lessons learned from field engagements to help you avoid pitfalls
- The Citrix Automated Configuration Tool and how to make migrations to the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop service simpler and faster
- A demo of the Citrix Automated Configuration Tool
And as always we will host a live Q&A at the end of each session to answer your migration-related questions.
So what’s the best way to migrate to cloud? Find out in our Citrix TIPs webinar on Wednesday, August 19, at 9 a.m. ET and 2 p.m. ET. Register for one of the sessions today!
The original article was published here on August 12, 2020.