Enterprise mobility management solutions such as Citrix XenMobile provide businesses the benefit of employee productivity by equipping them to work anytime, anywhere from mobile devices and tablets.
To derive the maximum benefit from XenMobile implementation, Citrix administrators need visibility into the performance of the XenMobile infrastructure and make sure all components of the application delivery stream are working as expected and network security policies of the organization are met.
IT departments face various challenges when it comes to adopting a mobile device management (MDM) solution and often need answers for questions, such as:
What administrators need is a unified monitoring tool that ensures compliance, security and performance of XenMobile services and connected devices.
eG Enterprise is a Citrix Ready certified monitoring tool that allows administrators to monitor various components of the XenMobile architecture including the XenMobile server, JVM, OS services, and supported Citrix tiers.
Track key performance indicators about the health of Citrix XenMobile server, such as:
eG Enterprise supports monitoring XenMobile versions 8, 9 and 10.
eG Enterprise lets you track the mobile devices accessing the corporate network, analyze the device types and report on adoption trends
Citrix admins need to monitor the health of the entire Citrix XenMobile solution stack including NetScaler, XenApp, StoreFront as well as ShareFile and StorageZones and the supporting infrastructure.
eG Enterprise delivers intuitive topology maps and drill-downs allowing you to identify performance disruptions across the entire Citrix farm. The patented virtualization-aware technology automatically correlates between the different infrastructure tiers and makes root cause information available with just a single click. eG Enterprise supports monitoring VMware, Hyper-V, XenServer, amongst others hypervisor platforms.
“eG Enterprise makes it fast and easy to identify whether it is a Citrix, network, system, or an application issue and fix bottlenecks quickly. And with predictive alerting, we are one step ahead to resolve emerging problems before they impact the end-user.”