Citrix Cloud: How Does it Work? Any Alternatives? | Parallels Insights

Citrix Cloud is a cloud management platform that enables organizations to deploy cloud-hosted desktops and applications to end users. It connects to organizational resources through connectors on any cloud or infrastructure (on-premises, public cloud, or hybrid cloud). Citrix Cloud allows the management, deployment, and creation of applications and workspaces from a single console.

Citrix Cloud Services

Citrix Cloud offers the following services:

Citrix Cloud Trial

The Citrix Cloud trial access is managed on a per-service basis, and for some services, you may need to request a demo before you receive trial access. Considering the risks involved in migrating to a cloud platform, it would undoubtedly help if potential Citrix Cloud customers could try it out first before making the big plunge.

Leverage the Cloud with Parallels RAS

If you’re looking for a solution that delivers applications and desktops to any device while also leveraging the power of the cloud, you might want to try Parallels® Remote Application Server (RAS).

Parallels RAS is a virtual application and desktop delivery solution that’s affordable and easy to deploy, manage and maintain. It supports all major cloud deployment models: public (e.g., Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud), private, hybrid, and even hyper-converged infrastructures.

Parallels RAS enables you to enjoy the benefits of public-cloud infrastructures, including almost limitless scalability, high availability, disaster recovery capabilities, and global accessibility. All features are included in a single licensing model.

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