This white paper was published a few weeks ago but got lost in the pre-Lotusphere shuffle.  Since we talked about virtualization in the Notes/Domino keynote at Lotusphere, I heard from many customers that having more details on how we view client virtualization is important.  We've come a long way since Notes 8.0, which supported about 14 concurrent sessions on a Citrix box.

Therefore, we present

This white paper provides an overview and recommendations for how to get the most from your IBM Lotus® Notes® 8.5.1 client on the new Citrix XenApp™ 5.0 server. In particular, we show that, by tuning your environment so that you get the most from your applications, you can realize significant improvements in running the Notes client on XenApp. This is true for both the standard and the basic configurations of Lotus Notes.
Moreover, the new support for Microsoft® Windows® 2008 SP2 by Notes 8.5.1 together with memory improvements means we can scale to even higher numbers than before at a much reduced cost.
and look ma, no registration required :-)

Link: ibm.com: scalability analysis of Notes and iNotes 8.5.1 on Citrix XenApp 4.5/5.0 >

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