Login AT Express offers Application Compatibility Testing for up to 50 applications for FREE
Atlanta, USA, May 22, 2019: Login VSI, the industry standard for VDI and SBC performance testing, announced today the availability of a new, free version of Login AT for Bulk Application Compatibility Testing. This new license, called Login AT Express, can be used free of charge to test the health of up to 50 applications after every OS, infrastructure or application upgrade or other software change.
Login VSI announced the release of the Knowledge Center in June of 2017.
Since then the utilization of the platform has evolved dramatically. In this blogpost we introduce a few of these improvements and updates.
RIDL and Fallout MDS vulnerabilities, impact on VDI performance & actions to take.
This article provides you with the most common questions we’re receiving and updates on performance tests currently being executed to patch the flaws Intel refers to as: “Microarchitectural Data Sampling (M.D.S.)” a.k.a.: Rogue In-Flight Data Load (RIDL), Fallout, ZombieLoad and Store-to-Leak Forwarding.
How Login VSI and IGEL work together
We often get the question about how the solutions of IGEL and Login VSI fit together in their offerings towards VDI. In the past months we have been working with IGEL on the messages for a number of tradeshows (including our own VDI Performance Summit). Based on these exercises I tried to better understand how we complement each other and to condense this mutual story into a compact, easy to remember, 1-pager. Please keep in mind this blogpost is only reflecting my personal views and is not a formal IGEL and Login VSI positioning standpoint (but there is no reason that it may not be adopted as such in the future).
VDI Performance Summit: why we went virtual
A couple of months ago we organized the very first edition of our own event in Amsterdam and the responses have been overwhelming. More than 230 people attended and it was a great day, sharing and gathering tips on how to make VDI better. Leading up to the event we noticed that a lot of people wanted to join but logistically where not able to come to Amsterdam for various reasons. Therefore, we decided to organize the second edition of the VDI Performance summit on the 2nd of May online so everyone can join and learn from the amazing line-up of speakers.
Part 8 (the last in the series): Login VSI, the complete solution for VDI change management
In this 8-part blog series, we have shown you how to manage change in your VDI environments, from explaining IT change management in general to why VDI is so sensitive to change; hopefully you've gained some useful insights and learned new things, such as building resilient VDI infrastructures or how change accelerates with Windows 10. In this article, we show why Login VSI is the industry standard in VDI testing.
Part 7: Change Impact Management for VDI
Pro-active solutions for your change impact management structure are required to prevent problems caused by planned changes, unplanned changes, gradual deterioration and disasters. Read our Change Management article to get a detailed insight into these issues.
Part 6: Handling Change in VDI Production
Monitoring solutions are good for fixing problems, but what is the best way to avoid problems and how do you learn to anticipate and prevent them completely? In this article, we find answers to this question as we continue our 8-part blog-series on a practical guide to VDI change management.
Part 5: Building Resilient VDI Infrastructures
So far we've covered a lot about the speed and sensitivities required around VDI Change Management (see our previous blogs HERE). In this article, we discuss how you can ensure your VDI Environments are robust resilient, and help you avoid problems.
Part 4: IT Change Accelerates in General
In the previous chapters we stated that “the more complex infrastructures become, the bigger the chance for something to fail”. We can easily expand this into a logically related conclusion when we state that “the more complex infrastructures become, the bigger the chance for something to change”.