What the eG XenApp Performance Monitoring Solution Reveals
XenApp Server Monitoring
Are the Citrix XenApp servers available to service user requests?
Are there sporadic disconnects from the Citrix XenApp server?
At what times do peak usage of the Citrix XenApp servers happen and is the server capacity adequate?
Is the user load being balanced across all the Citrix XenApp servers?
Is the data store available?
What are the access rates to the data store, the dynamic store, and the local host cache?
How much FMA (or IMA) traffic is happening between Citrix XenApp servers?
Monitoring Citrix Users
What is the average response time that critical users are seeing when connecting to a Citrix XenApp server?
How many users are logged in to each server in the Citrix farm?
What is the resource usage (CPU and memory) for each user?
Are specific user profiles too large?
Operating System Monitoring
What is the average CPU and memory usage on all the XenApp servers in the Citrix farm?
Is any unusual memory scanning/paging activity happening on the systems?
Are the critical XenApp server and IMA processes up?
What is their resource consumption?
Published Applications Monitoring
What are the published applications on a XenApp server?
Who is using each application?
What is the resource usage for each published application?
Citrix License Monitoring
How many product and connection licenses are available in the farm and what is their usage?
Are there enough licenses available for each of the published applications?
Monitoring Infrastructure Services that Impact Citrix
Is the web interface server forwarding requests to the XenApp server?
Are the backend databases working?
What is the resource usage of the databases?
Are users able to login to the server farm? How long is the login process taking?
What is the usage of the Microsoft Windows Domain Controller?