Microsoft has just announced the public preview of their new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) offering at Microsoft Ignite on Tour in Amsterdam today.
For those of you who’ve not followed the rumors or the private beta, here’s the outline...
As many companies do, we use a CRM system.
Recently, I have been getting complaints about our cloud CRM system, Microsoft Dynamics, being slow. I tried to investigate this by shadowing one of our users to see what was wrong. As expected, everything was fast. 15 minutes later, the same user reported slowness again. How could I investigate this without bothering the users?
Together Login VSI and IGEL deliver deep application test and availability monitoring for the digital workspace
This week we announced a partnership with IGEL that enables Login PI integration in a radical new way, giving our joint customers the ability to deploy our synthetic user technology to endpoints around the world. What I am amazed by is the simplicity of this solution and the ability to reduce cost by leveraging IGEL software-defined endpoints. Let’s take a quick look at what this means and how it works.
Login PI enables organizations to better protect the performance and availability of their IGEL OS-powered virtual desktop environments
San Francisco, USA, Feb. 6, 2019: IGEL, a world leader in software-defined endpoint optimization and control solutions for the secure enterprise, today announced that it is partnering with Login VSI, provider of software solutions to test and actively monitor the performance and availability of virtual desktop environments, including VDI and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), to deliver Login PI active monitoring functionality via the IGEL OS.
I love the flexibility of the virtual user, it can handle any application and can go as deep into the application as you like.
This does of course mean the desire to customize workloads to include, for example, your CRM, an Electronic health record or Finance application, increases.
When Login VSI 4.1 was released, the majority of desktops were running Windows 7 and life was easy. We’d set the default filetype for an application and it would simply work.
The default and industry standard workloads in Login VSI include launching and using Adobe Reader as part of the virtual user simulation. Because Login VSI doesn’t always know which version of Adobe Reader is installed, or where it’s installed, the workload relies on the file type association (FTA) for .pdf documents to be associated with Adobe Reader.
AccelStor Renews License Agreement with Login VSI
Login VSI for Load Testing will be used in AccelStor’s R&D labs and Technical Marketing
Amsterdam, Taipei (December 18, 2018): Login VSI, the industry standard in VDI and SBC performance testing, announces the multi-year renewal of the license agreement with AccelStor Ltd. Login VSI will be used in AccelStor’s R&D labs and Technical Marketing materials.
Recently I went to VMworld in Barcelona where Login VSI had a booth on the expo...
While I can’t remember exactly how many conversations I had - there had been so many that I lost my voice on day one. What was new this year is that quite a few people asked if our software is compatible with the solutions from Parallels specifically their Remote Application Server (RAS) (Datasheet).