Citrix has released today a new version (6.1) of it’s AppDNA software.
You can download the software at the Citrix download center (with a valid My Citrix ID) and documentation for this product can be found here.
|AppDNA 6.0 Basic User Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Effort Calculator Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Setup and Optimization Best Practice Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Installation Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Administration Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Web Application Capture User Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Integration Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Release Notes
|AppDNA 6.0 Production Manager Configuration Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Advanced Feature Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Self Provisioning User Guide
|AppDNA 6.0 Forward Path Planning Guide
Microsoft made several enhancements and bug fixes based on community feedback.
Please go to our Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator updates tracking page to see what is in this new version!
A blog post explaining the calculator is here and or you can download the calculator directly.
Here’s an overview of a few articles on App-DNA.
Citrix webinar on App-DNA
If you find any other guides on App-DNA or want to share please let me know throught to comments field.
Brian Madden has taken the time to make an excellent spreadsheet to calculate the license costs between vSphere 4 and vSphere 5. Check this page to download the spreadsheet.
Until next time.
Hi guys and dolls,
Check out this page from Microsoft about new calculators (based on xlsx format) for Hyper-V, SCDPM 2010 and SharePoint.
These are nice and good workable calculators for these products. So use them and enjoy them.
Until next time.
Calculating how many Microsoft licenses you need in your virtualization infrastructure is not an easy task. Windows edition (Standard, Enterprise or Datacenter) can severely impact on final price and opportunity to grow. And back-end servers like SQL Server are part of this equation too.
To simplify this hard task Microsoft released a license calculator in January 2007, providing a simplified system to compare costs in three different scenarios where you are implementing different Windows editions. Continue reading “Microsoft launches Virtualization Calculator 2.0”