Transition to Citrix pooled licensing for ultimate flexibility

Friday 20th December 2019

Do you have an upcoming Citrix NetScaler (ADC) renewal? Speak to us to consider transitioning to pooled licensing capacity! 

What is Citrix ADC pooled capacity?

Citrix ADC (formerly NetScaler ADC) pooled capacity is a shared licensing framework that is comprised of a bandwidth pool and a virtual instance pool that is hosted on and served by Citrix Application Delivery Management (ADM). From this common pool, each Citrix ADC in a datacentre checks out one virtual instance license and only as much bandwidth as necessary. It does this regardless of platform or form factor (except for the MPX-Z, which checks out only a bandwidth license). The license file and the bandwidth are not bound to Citrix ADC. When Citrix ADC no longer requires these resources, it checks them back in to the common pool–making the resources available to other ADCs that need them.

  • It’s designed to give you the ultimate flexibility to move capacity where it’s needed most.
  • With licenses no longer tied to a specific physical or virtual ADC, Citrix ADC pooled capacity lets you check out licenses and bandwidth from a common pool.
  • When an ADC no longer needs the resources, you can check them back into the pool, making them available to other ADCs.

To learn more about Citrix ADC pooled capacity, contact us at tellmemore@bytes.co.uk


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