Citrix StoreFront is the gateway to the Citrix services. Users connect to one of many StoreFront servers, get authenticated and access applications or desktops assigned to them. If Citrix StoreFront is down or slow to respond, users will not be able to access the Citrix services. This will lead to poor user experience and reduced business productivity. Hence, 24x7 monitoring and rapid troubleshooting of performance issues relating to Citrix StoreFront are important.
eG Enterprise is a Citrix Ready certified monitoring solution for Citrix environments. eG Enterprise provides a 360-degree view of Citrix StoreFront performance, monitoring StoreFront services from the inside and from the outside. With eG Enterprise, Citrix administrators can:
With eG Enterprise's auto-baselining capabilities, Citrix administrators can be alerted to any workload changes over time.
|StoreFront KPIs Monitored Out of the Box|
|StoreFront URL availability and response time||Current users accessing StoreFront||Rate of requests and time for different resource subscription calls including add, remove, get, and update|
|StoreFront home configuration availability and response time||Explicit authentication and change password call rate and time||StoreFront to Delivery Controller XML communications including call rates and response times|
|Authentication method availability and response time||Delegated authentication time and rate||Availability of NetScaler Gateways connected to the StoreFront|
|Login availability and response time||ICA and rade launch calls and launch time||Availability of Delivery Controllers and XenMobile servers configured through StoreFront|
|Availability and response time for accessing each of the stores||Average time for different StoreFront activities including list resources, get icon, get ICA file||Call rates and response time for different Controller actions|
“With eG Enterprise, you can cut down the time of troubleshooting and be proactive instead of reactive – which, in turn, translates into productivity for the organization.”