Handling increased system load, decreasing downtime, and eliminating single points of failure are all crucial needs of any SMB or enterprise IT infrastructure. High-availability architecture is one method that addresses these needs. Since every business is different, the right approach requires careful development of a strategy that is tailored to the business. Here are 5 […]
About Keith Paschall
Keith co-founded Centrinet in 2001 and has been the CEO since 2005. He has always placed top priority on client welfare, which has helped Centrinet become the leading provider of public and hybrid cloud solutions for hundreds of the most recognizable names in the Southeast region.
Entries by Keith Paschall
Please welcome the newest member to our team, Mindy Sullivan. Mindy has over eight years of experience in the software and technology industry, with a strong foundation in healthcare and SaaS. In her free time Mindy enjoys going on adventures with her family, especially adventures in the great outdoors like traveling and camping. Mindy is experienced […]
Resource Alliance, a leading national human resources solutions company, contacted Centrinet after a storm hit in late 2014, causing severe damage and power outages. The outages shut down their main server, prompting them to contract Centrinet for a long overdue environment overhaul. They had been experiencing performance issues with outdated end user devices and failing […]
Mark Ma, our Senior Systems Engineer and Citrix SME, recently published a case study on ServeTheHome. ServeTheHome is dedicated to helping professionals and enthusiasts take their first leap into home and small business servers. Visited by thousands of people daily, ServeTheHome features content from a great community that uses STH as a focal point. Case Study Preview […]
There’s a lot of debate in the engineering community on whether to use Provisioning Services (PVS) or Machine Creation Services (MCS) when deploying a VDI solution. There are clear differences between the two technologies, and depending on the type of deployment, important factors to consider when choosing which one to use.
Do you need to increase the size of your vDisk in order to allocate more space to your OS drive? Follow these simple steps to complete the process on a Windows 2008 R2 server and above.
Centrinet and Liquidware Labs hold the answer to complete User Experience Monitoring for desktop transformation success. Learn where to focus efforts and how to use visibility to define success and ensure end-user and business objectives are being met. Participants Kevin Cooke (Product Director of Liquidware Labs) and Dario Ferreira (President of Centrinet) share how proven […]
Purpose Our purpose in creating this guide is to lay out a step-by-step procedure for updating XenTools on a PVS image, and to document some of the pitfalls involved with the process.
Last week Centrinet attended a vWorkspace training session at the Dell Concourse Parkway site in Atlanta, GA. The session was held to introduce the partners to the new product, along with a demonstration of its capabilities. We were very impressed and found the product to have some great new features. The administration console was very […]
VMware’s release of vSphere 4.0 provided customers with the option to use either Thick or Thin Provisioning for virtual machine disks. With the release came debates on which version to use, along with the pros and cons of each. Thick and thin client provisioning is not as different as you might first assume, both operate […]