Citrix ADC Valuable Features
System Engineer at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
Citrix Director has been great. It gives us one pane of glass to be able to monitor what's going on with the user sessions as well as to keep on top of the virtual desktops, any servers that may be offline or behaving suspiciously, or any troublesome spots like disconnections.
We also use Citrix Studio for maintaining the actual servers that are hosting these applications. We use it for delivery groups in case we need to modify delivery groups in regards to which groups have access to which applications. It has been very helpful.View full review »
Its flexibility, agility, and robustness are the most valuable. Its management and implementation are also quite easy.View full review »
The load balancing on the solution is excellent.
The fact that you can do content switching is very useful.
The pricing is pretty good.
The solution is easy to work with and manage.
It's cloud-ready and we can manage it both on-premises and on the cloud if we need to.View full review »
Principal IT Consultant at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Citrix is a complete solution for those looking for an all-in-one. It's all there, the NetScaler gateway, remote access, internet access, optimization, load balancing, you have Citrix desktop publishing and VDAs. You can create a complete solution with Citrix. That's a good thing. If you have to troubleshoot something there's no problem like you would have if you were working between different solutions. If you're dealing with different manufacturers, there's always a problem with troubleshooting - nobody wants to take responsibility.View full review »
Senior Server Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I find all of it to be valuable, because of the flexibility that is built into this product.
If we need an on-premises load balancer, it's easy enough to spin those up here an there and the VPN seems to be pretty solid as well.View full review »
Technical Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the securing of virtual apps and desktops.
This solution increases the backend network service performance, which is one of the things that we like the most.View full review »
The load balancing feature and the fact that you can do context switching in the WAF are the most valuable. We majorly use it for load balancing, but we also use it for context switching in the WAF. It is also robust and very easy to work with and manage.View full review »
Manageability and visibility are good.View full review »
The load balancing is one of the most valuable features. We have several load balancing solutions like F5 and Fortinet.View full review »
Customer Service Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is load balancing. This solution will do both global and local load balancing.
The WAF features are very helpful.View full review »
Solution Architect at a tech services company
The solution's most valuable feature is the content.View full review »
Network Support Officer at Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc
The most valuable feature of this solution is that it is very light. Once you log in, you have your applications delivered. It is not heavy over the internet or the web.
My customers have told me that the performance of this solution is good.View full review »
Business Consultant. at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Authorization from mobile diverse for end-users to our infrastructure is a valuable feature.View full review »
The most valuable feature is the content switching.View full review »
The features I find most valuable are the gateway feature and the SQL load-balancing that you can do as well.View full review »
Technical Support Engineer at Greenware Technologies LLC
The most valuable features are the VDA Delivery, Gateway Fort, and the load balancing.