By avoiding business impacting failures, proactive monitoring helps to enhance service uptime and performance, increases customer trust, and enables increased efficiency in IT operations. Learn how Synthetic transaction testing or login simulators alone fail to proactively monitor systems and what additional tools and strategies you can adopt to fill the gaps.
Infrastructure as code and automating deployment and scale-up/down in Azure is becoming the new normal. Today’s blog is just a collection of the hottest and most ubiquitous automation technologies you are likely to see in the Azure ecosystem augmenting and extending the limitations of the native functionality, plus some links to the best bloggers, how-to-guides, and places to find information.
A quick overview of troubleshooting and monitoring Citrix Delivery Controllers. Delivery Controller issues are often the root cause of failed or slow logons within a Citrix environment and different types of connection failures – user connection failures, machine failures, unregistered desktops can all be tracked from the DCs.
The Citrix Ready team recently recorded a podcast with eG Innovations for their Tech Fusion podcast series. Hosted by Neil C. Hughes from The Tech Blog Writer, Rachel Berry from eG Innovations’ product team, and CTP, Richard Faulkner, (Enterprise Solutions Architect, Conversant Group) discussed how eG Enterprise enhances and goes beyond native Citrix tools. Here’s the full transcript of the podcast…
Are Citrix admins aware of the importance of getting metrics about Domain Controllers? Because many EUC monitoring tools fail to monitor them. If you are an eG Enterprise user wondering if the link between the VDA/VDI and the Domain Controller (DC) is slow, all you need to do is pop open your real-user session data for the user with an issue and you will be able to see key metrics...
Using Azure Monitor for Monitoring Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) and Estimating Your Costs In my last blog, I wrote about how to set up Azure Monitor for WVD leveraging a Log Analytics Workspace. In this next installment I’ll cover how you can proceed from this point and add in thresholds on...
Microsoft WVD is growing in popularity and Microsoft has released Azure Monitor for WVD recently. In this blog, we discuss how to set up Azure Monitor to track the usage and performance of WVD.
AWS WorkSpaces are being used by organizations to deploy virtual desktops quickly and easily in the cloud. In this blog, we discuss how simulation techniques can be used to track the performance of AWS WorkSpace 24x7, from a user perspective.
Many organizations spend a lot of time proactively investigating and stress-testing IT systems. This blog lists ten tools and related techniques you can use to test your IT infrastructure resilience.
Microsoft WVD is the most popular desktop-as-a-service offering in the cloud today. In this blog, we present various community and vendor resources that can help you choose the right Azure instances for your Microsoft WVD deployment.
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.