What is Windows Virtual Desktop?

Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a Microsoft Azure-based service for delivering virtual desktops to users from the cloud. WVD is fast emerging as one of the popular means of supporting digital workspaces. In this blog, we explain what is WVD, how is it architected and its benefits.

9 Things We Learned From the Digital Workspace Survey

Without a doubt, the pandemic made the biggest impact on IT since the rollout of the World Wide Web. While the early months of lockdown were characterized by IT teams rushing to procure hardware, spinning up additional cloud services, and pushing through software contracts, we’re now in a place...

The Digital Workspace Monitoring Journey

Digital workspaces have been getting more attention in the last year as most organizations had to support Work From Home. Read this blog to learn about eG Innovations journey in the digital workspace landscape - how it started, what we have done, and where we are heading.

VDI Monitoring

Since virtual desktops are VMs, many IT admins try to use virtual machine monitoring tools for VDI as well. In this blog, we explain why VDI monitoring has unique requirements and why virtual server monitoring tools are not sufficient for VDI monitoring.

JBoss Performance Tuning

JBoss is one of the most popular Java application servers in the market. Tuning the performance of JBoss is important for supporting production workloads. Learn best practices for getting the most out of your JBoss application servers in this blog post.