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CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) Training

What CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) training is all about?

CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) Training helps IT professionals learn more about configuring policies, basic security features, printing along with other advanced topics, which includes App layering, and Windows Environment Management. This technical course is specially developed to build the initial administration parts of installing, managing, and configuring a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 environment. Our Enterprise training program allows a team up-grading with a particular skill set that leads to the firm's overall development.

With this program, individuals can get a comprehensive understanding of the communication and solution architecture and the critical elements that contribute to a successful deployment. It also develops the professionals' ability to inspect and troubleshoot the environment with Citrix Analytics and Citrix Director. This course is suitable for experienced IT professionals who want to get familiar with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 on-premises and gain more information regarding them. It covers everything from foundational to advanced topics, which makes it very useful for people preparing for the CCP-V certification.


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What are the course objectives for CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) training?
  • Installing, configuring and managing Cloud connectors covering Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 site on-premises.
  • Configuring Workspace Environment Management to enhance the virtual resource consumption and end user environment.
  • Learn about app layering skills to create and manage user layers, elastic, platform, OS and applications.
Who should attend CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) training?

The learning is recommended for experienced IT professionals or entry-level IT professionals holding a brief knowledge to Citrix Cloud Environment and Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7.

In this training, you will gain in-depth knowledge about setting up a new Citrix Virtual Applications and Desktop site covering innovative topics likewise App Layering and WEM permits to prepare for CCP-V certification.

What is the course outline for CMB-318 Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7, App Layering and WEM Administration (Fast Track) training?
  • 1. Architecture Overview
  • a). Introduction to Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops
  • b). Architecture Overview
  • c). Features
  • d). Hosting Platform Considerations
  • e). Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Service
  • f). Connection Flow Process Introduction
  • 2. Deploy the Site
  • a). Pre-Deployment Considerations
  • b). Citrix Licensing Setup
  • c). Delivery Controller Setup
  • d). Site Setup and Management
  • e). Redundancy Considerations
  • 3. The Apps and Desktops Images
  • a). Consider Master Image Creation Methods
  • b). Master Image Requirements
  • 4. Provision and Deliver App and Desktop Resources
  • a). Learning Objectives
  • b). Machine Catalogs and Delivery Groups
  • c). Provisioning Methods and Considerations
  • d). Machine Creation Services (MCS) Deep Dive
  • e). MCS Environment Considerations
  • f). Resource Locations
  • 5. Provide Access to App and Desktop Resources
  • a). Consider Workspace Experience versus StoreFront
  • b). Workspace App
  • 6. Manage the User Experience
  • a). Methods to Manage the User Experience
  • 7. Published App and Desktop Presentation and Management
  • a). Published App Properties
  • b). Server OS Published App Optimizations
  • c). Published App Presentation
  • d). Application Groups
  • e). Apps and Desktops Presentation
  • 8. Manage Printing for User Sessions
  • a). Map Printers to the User Session
  • b). Printer Drivers
  • c). Print Environment Considerations
  • 9. Citrix Profile Management
  • a). Introduction and Considerations
  • b). Configure Citrix Profile Management
  • 10. Manage the Site
  • a). Delegated Administration
  • b). Power Management Considerations
  • 11. Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Basic Security Considerations
  • a). Citrix Admin Security Considerations
  • b). XML Service Security Considerations
  • c). Secure HDX External Traffic
  • 12. Monitor the Site
  • a). Citrix Director Introduction
  • b). Monitor and Interact with User Sessions
  • c). Published Apps Analysis
  • d). Monitor the Machines Running the VDA
  • e). Alerts and Notifications
  • 13. Introduction to Supporting and Troubleshooting Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops
  • a). Introduction to Supporting a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Site
  • b). Tools
  • 14. Migrate to Citrix Cloud
  • a). Migration Considerations
  • b). Citrix Cloud Connector Deployment
  • c). Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops with an On-Premises Resource Location
  • d). The Migration Process
  • 15. Citrix Analytics
  • a). Citrix Analytics Introduction
  • b). Types of Analytics
  • 16. Introduction to App Layering
  • a). App Layering Introduction
  • b). Architecture and How it Works
  • 17. Create an OS Layer
  • a). The OS Layer
  • 18. Create a Platform Layer
  • a). The Platform Layer
  • 19. Create App Layers
  • a). The App Layers
  • 20. Create Elastic App and User Layers
  • a). Elastic App Layering
  • b). User Layers
  • 21. Deploy a Layered Image using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops
  • a). Using Templates in App Layering
  • b). Using Layered Images in a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Site
  • 22. Explore Layer Priority and Maintain an App Layering Environment
  • a). Layer Priority
  • b). Updating Layers
  • c). Maintaining and Updating the App Layering Environment
  • d). Common App Layering Considerations and Additional Resources
  • 23. Introduction to Workspace Environment Management (WEM)
  • a). Workspace Environment Management (WEM) Introduction
  • b). WEM Administration
  • 24. Use WEM to Centralize Environment Management
  • a). Managing User Resources with WEM
  • b). Managing Profiles with WEM
  • c). Managing Endpoints with the WEM Transformer Feature
  • 25. Use WEM for Performance Optimization
  • a). Learning Objectives
  • b). Optimizing Machine Performance with WEM
  • c). Optimizing User Experience with WEM
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