login vsi company logo login vsi company logo 250x40
  • Deliver the Best End User Experience

    Deliver the Best End User Experience

    Performance Insights for Virtualized Desktops

    Watch Video

login vsi logo

Industry-Standard Testing for Virtual Environments

Successfully predict, validate and manage the performance of virtualized desktop environments.

Read More

login am logo

Automate, Maintain and Deploy Virtual Environments

Quickly apply any changes with the highest quality possible in your virtual environment.

Read More

login pi logo

Real-World Performance Insights on Virtual Desktops

Login PI gives you performance insights that help you get and stay ahead of trouble tickets.

Read More

Four Steps to Deliver the Best VDI User Experience

1. Design Changes

1. Design Changes

Configure any changes in your VDI environment quickly and easily with Login AM

2. Test & Validate

2. Test & Validate

Predict and manage the performance impact of changes by simulating users with Login VSI

3. Deploy Changes

3. Deploy Changes

Safely deploy validated changes to your production environment with Login AM

4. Notify & Report

4. Notify & Report

Proactively monitor the end user experience by simulating real users with Login PI

vdi lifecycle video left

Introducing the VDI Lifecycle

VDI success comes down to one thing: End user experience. Whether you are using Citrix, VMware or Microsoft, the inherent complexity of your environment, compounded by constant application updates, can and will affect performance in your virtualized desktop environment. To deliver a predictable performance, higher availability, and a more consistent end user experience in every phase of your deployment, look no further than the VDI lifecycle.

Read More

technologyThe world of desktop virtualization is developing quickly. New solutions are emerging on a regular basis to improve user experience and increase the maximum capacity of virtualized desktop environments. But are these changes really improvements or just random guesses based on hardware specifications? How can technology vendors be sure that they offer the best solutions to their customers?

Login VSI helps our Technology Alliance Partners in three ways:

  • To test the impact of every hardware and software change during their R&D process.
  • To validate the performance of new VDI solutions so vendors can support their claims in white papers.
  • To show the performance of their solutions during the POC and pilot phase to new customers.

Technology Alliance Partners

The following hardware and software technology alliance partners have a proven commitment to provide the best possible end-user experience in virtualized desktop environments. This commitment is displayed through the active use of the industry standard tool Login VSI in their performance and scalability testing efforts. The results of these tests are used to build better products, and are publicly available in reference architecture white papers.

8kpc
Adobe
Amd
American Megatrends
Appsense
Atlantiscomputing
Avago Technologies
Avaya
Averesystems
Bitdefender
Cisco
Citrix
Coho Data
Controlup
Datacore
Datrium
Dell
Fujitsu
Hgst
Hitachidatasystems
HPE
Ibm
Infinio
Intel
Kaspersky
Lenovo
Marvell
Maxta
Micron Technology
Microsoft
Netapp
Nimblestorage
Ntrepid
Nutanix
Nvidia
Oracle
Pivot3
Purestorage
Qlogic
Ressoftware
Riverbed
Sandisk
Scale Computing
Seagate
Simplivity
Sphere3d
Springpath
Symantec
Tegile Systems
Teradici
Tintri
Violinmemory
Virident
Virtualbridges
Vmware
Xio

Technology Vendor Testimonials

Chris Gebhardt - NetApp

“We use Login VSI to make sure that what we are recommending to our customers is much better than what their guesses are. Because if you don't do proper assessment and if you don’t use Login VSI, your architecture is just a guess.”

Chris Gebhardt, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at NetApp

Randy Groves - Teradici

"As the developer of the PCoIP protocol, we do a lot of our own internal benchmarking to make sure that we’re continuing to improve our protocol. But we can’t actually publish our internal benchmarks because everybody might think that the tests are biased. So when we want to publish results, we use Login VSI. That way, if a customer wants to repeat our results they can.”

Randy Groves, CTO at Teradici

Shai Maskit - Kaminario

“We tested 750 seats so customers can compare Kaminario with solutions from other vendors. It really comes down to delivering the best user experience at the right price point. As soon as we show the solution and that it has been validated by Login VSI customers can rest assured that it will fit the rest of their environment.”

Shai Maskit, Director of Product & Solutions at Kaminario

Bill Galloway - Pivot3

“The labs at Pivot3 have hundreds of machines. A portion of those are running different Login VSI configurations so we can be constantly configuring with different hardware to see how that affects desktops. Then we tweak the RAM and CPU, and tune so we know how many users we can support.”

Bill Galloway, Founder and CTO at Pivot3

What our customers are saying

Chris Gebhardt - NetApp

“We use Login VSI to make sure that what we are recommending to our customers is much better than what their guesses are. Because if you don't do proper assessment and if you don’t use Login VSI, your architecture is just a guess.”

Chris Gebhardt, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at NetApp


Diederik Eijer - MCA Gemini Group

“We saved two months of project time by using Login AM for the rollout of the RDS servers and also greatly simplified maintenance. The results are effective, centrally managed workspaces that can be used anywhere.”

Diederik Eijer, Program Manager at MCA Gemini Group


Andrew Mills - Nutanix

“Predictability is a key piece to VDI. It’s one of reasons that VDI has scared people away, but Login VSI solves that. If you’re going to do it, do it right. Login VSI really gives that rubber stamp on doing it right.”

Andrew Mills, VDI Alliances Manager at Nutanix

Blog & News

Available now: How upgrading to Windows Server 2016 impacts VDI
December 08, 2016

How upgrading to Windows Server 2016 impacts VDI

Windows Server 2016 released several weeks ago, and for RDS and VDI, it’s got a lot of great new features going for it. Click here to download the white paper now.
VDI Reference Architecture Monthly – October 2016
November 30, 2016

VDI Reference Architecture Monthly – October 2016

Dell Precision Appliance for Wyse - VMware Horizon 7.0 with NVIDIA M10 Test Results by Dell Wyse Solution Engineering Summary Looks like DELL has released an update to their hyper-converged Precision Appliance for Wyse to now include NVIDIA’s M10 GPU.…
Testing is knowing: Test your VDI environment to prevent unwanted surprises
November 28, 2016

Testing is knowing: Test your VDI environment to prevent unwanted…

The other day I was talking to a customer who was having some issues that he couldn’t solve himself. Because I’ve come across similar issues in the past, I wanted to share this one with you all. The customer was trying to test the performance difference…
Automating your XenDesktop/XenApp deployment: Everything you need to know about the Delivery Controller
November 21, 2016

Automating your XenDesktop/XenApp deployment: Everything you need to…

Our community is constantly growing. One of the great things about that is the fact that you get to talk to a lot of different people. After a while you start noticing certain trends. One thing I recently noticed is that there is a lot of confusion when it…
I chose a cheap wine at Amazon WorkSpaces (AWS)
November 09, 2016

Is Amazon WorkSpaces (AWS) like a cheap wine?

For a while now Amazon offers Desktop as a Service (DaaS) in what they call WorkSpaces. I always wondered, how good do these desktops perform? At the moment of writing, I’ve been investigating the performance for a week. The whole user experience felt like…
Login AM makes Image Management easy
October 31, 2016

Login AM makes Image Management easy

Login AM was always a tool that focused on what we usually call "the inside of a virtual machine". It fully enables you to execute any changes on a machine but it always needed help from additional tooling to deploy the operating system. Now with the new…

Start Delivering the Best End User Experience Today

Request a Demo

Login VSI, Inc.

3945 Freedom Circle
Suite 670
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Phone: +1 408 899 7418

300 Tradecenter
Suite 3460
Woburn, MA 01801

Phone: +1 408 899 7418

Login VSI B.V.

De Entree 85
1101 BH Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 20 705 1200