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Citrix ADC Pros

RB
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.
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Michael Ewhe - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Server and Storage Administrator at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Its flexibility, agility, and robustness are the most valuable. Its management and implementation are also quite easy.
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Eseoghene Charles-Adeoye - PeerSpot reviewer
Head, Network Design at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
The solution is easy to work with and manage.
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Citrix ADC
August 2022
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FZ
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.
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YU
Security Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The feature that I have found most valuable is its load balancing.
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Eseoghene Charles-Adeoye - PeerSpot reviewer
Head, Network Design at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
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.
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PradeepKumar11 - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's very easy to configure.
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Timur Gadjiev - PeerSpot reviewer
Team Head of Network Security at DOM.RF
The most valuable feature of Citrix ADC is its ease of use.
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Nirav_Shah - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Solutions Architect at MindTree
Compared to other solutions, Citrix ADC is much more robust in terms of the native integration to cloud platforms. It is far more robust from an operational point of view as well.
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Syed Basha - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Cyber Security / IT-DR / BC Specialist at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
Manageability and visibility are good.
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Citrix ADC Cons

RB
System Engineer at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
We are looking for some in-depth monitoring and analytics and more information that Citrix Director doesn't provide. ControlUp has insights that not only give you an overview but also allow you to do some drill-down troubleshooting for what's going on in your environment. We are looking for some more analytical and monitoring data to be able to monitor the environment better, not only from an application standpoint but also from the standpoint of the infrastructure to everything it sits on. They can provide more data to the administrators about what's going on within the application. They can provide data not only on the application side but also about what the application sits on. They're making strides with Citrix Analytics in regards to that.
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Michael Ewhe - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise Server and Storage Administrator at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Citrix ADC can be really complex. It isn't very simple like some other appliances that I've worked with. You need a lot of skill and experience to manage it. I'm not talking about a year or two. You need at least four years to understand it very well. It is not that easy to learn. They should make it a lot simpler for users to understand the management of it. They can also provide some additional training. The material they have on the site is not sufficient enough for you to understand how to manage it. Their training is expensive, and not everyone has the funds and experience for it. Citrix isn't very popular around these parts of the world. So, it can use some more marketing, sales, enlightenment, and advertisement. These could bring more market for them. Basically, there are just a few companies that really go for Citrix. Most of the companies go for VMware because they marketed themselves more than Citrix. There isn't much difference between Citrix and VMware. VMware is a little more robust than Citrix. Citrix has focused more on desktops rather than server virtualization, and that's the advantage VMware has over Citrix. Citrix also needs to educate and inform users about the infrastructure that is supported with a version. Currently, if the customers don't look at the datasheet, they might miss this important information.
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Eseoghene Charles-Adeoye - PeerSpot reviewer
Head, Network Design at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
The solution should be able to scale more effectively than it does.
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Citrix ADC
August 2022
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FZ
Senior Server Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
There are certain features that are very useful and Citrix makes you pay a bit more for them.
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YU
Security Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
In terms of what could be improved, I would say the user interface because sometimes it can be complicated.
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Eseoghene Charles-Adeoye - PeerSpot reviewer
Head, Network Design at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
They can improve the scalability and the multi-tenancy feature. We recently tried to configure an authentication, and we ran into some issues while using the web-based GUI. It was very slow when you log in with your credentials in the web-based GUI. Each time we clicked on the menu, it tried to do the authentication. It works properly in the console.
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PradeepKumar11 - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution could be more secure.
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Timur Gadjiev - PeerSpot reviewer
Team Head of Network Security at DOM.RF
Citrix ADC can improve if it provides a more user-friendly interface and clear working protocols. Citrix is not working with classic RFC, it is working with Citrix RFC, which is not common in the world. If engineers of Citrix can provide us with more information on working with the classic IP networks it would be a benefit.
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Nirav_Shah - PeerSpot reviewer
Technical Solutions Architect at MindTree
Native integration needs to be improved. You cannot build ISE codes natively. For DevOps, integration would be very helpful because it would be a lot simpler from an operational standpoint.
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Syed Basha - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Cyber Security / IT-DR / BC Specialist at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
The interface needs to be improved because the competition is coming up with ones that are more eye-catching, straightforward, and sophisticated.
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Buyer's Guide
Citrix ADC
August 2022
Learn what your peers think about Citrix ADC. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: August 2022.
621,703 professionals have used our research since 2012.