Blog May 24, 2016

Migrating your Citrix Workloads to the AWS Cloud? Connectria Can Help.

Today, we announced our participation as a launch partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Accelerator Program for Citrix. The AWS Accelerator has been assembled to help migrate on-premise Citrix workloads to the AWS Cloud. As an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and Certified Citrix Service Provider, Connectria is proud to be among a select group of launch partners chosen to help deliver this unique opportunity.

During a 60 day trial period, customers can deploy up to 25 users to AWS, utilizing existing licenses of Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop, and Netscaler. The program includes access to the Citrix Lifecycle Management tool, designed to guide help migrate existing Citrix deployments to AWS, and also provides a $5000 credit towards AWS services.

So, why Connectria? We have provided Citrix Hosting and Managed Services since 2003, longer than any other hosting company. Our Citrix engineers are experts in implementing secure, high-performance and highly reliable Citrix environments. We’ve supported complex Citrix deployments on AWS for over a year, and have moved more than 1,000 Citrix users to the AWS platform.

AWS will be sponsoring Citrix Synergy this week in Las Vegas and will be at booth #770. If you’re planning to attend Synergy, please stop by the AWS booth and mention Connectria’s name.

Contact us today to learn more about the Accelerator Program. We’re ready to assist in maximizing the program’s financial benefits and in providing a smooth migration for more Citrix customers.

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