As you may of may not already know, Citrix has committed to building their management architecture (and SDK) on PowerShell – not just for XenApp, but for all Citrix products.
That’s great news for standardization across platforms and aligning with Microsoft on using PowerShell for management architectures. But, that begs the question - what do you do about all those scripts and applications that leverage MFCOM going forward? I’ll be presenting a session at BriForum 2010 with Brandon Shell about this very topic. The session will cover:
- General Object Orientation
- Specific Citrix XenApp objects
- Examples of how scripts and applications were done with MFCOM
- Converting scripts and applications to use PowerShell
- PowerShell remoting
- Availability of PowerShell cmdlets on XenApp 5 and XenApp 6
- C# applications leveraging the PowerShell command wrapper
BriForum takes place from June 15th to June 17th at the Hilton Chicago Hotel. There is still time to register.