- The web browser has become the heaviest application on VDI and RDS
- Web advertising can account for over 25% of all CPU processing on a VDI or RDS host
- You can increase scalability up to 33% or more with some simple configuration changes Add a comment
Login VSI Blog
Over the years, many of our Enterprise customers have enjoyed the capabilities of Login AM to help simplify their virtual desktop and hosted application deployments. Recently we have seen a pickup in the frequency of update requirements, like that of Windows 10. These updates present challenges to large organizations, as to stay current, they must put in the time and effort required to update and test these changes. The more time our customers can save in the update process, the more time they have to test the Windows OS updates, for example, to make sure they don’t break crucial line-of-business applications.Add a comment
Over the last few months we have been working hard to add several new features and improvements in Login VSI. Today we are releasing 4.1.25, and here are some things you can look forward to.Add a comment
Follow-up to the popular Windows 10 Tuning Template promises Server 2016 performance gains of up to 25%
Boston, MA, March 1, 2017
Login VSI, the industry leader in digital workplace performance management solutions for virtualized desktops, today published the Microsoft Server 2016 Tuning Template. This new expert performance tuning guide leverages the knowledge gained through Login VSI’s extensive tests performed on Windows Server 2016 since its release in October 2016. The new guide validates Login VSI’s long-standing position that a frequent and on-going performance testing program is key to providing the best possible user experience within your VDI environment.Add a comment
We've released our VDI Like a Pro Wincdows Server 2016 Tuning Template! With this new tuning guide now available, in this blog I will discuss how:
- General guidelines for improving OS performance on VDI and RDS(H) are standardized.
- Not-Optimized Windows Servers can account for over 25% decrease of performance scalability (user density) on a VDI or RDS host.
- Optimized Windows Servers can increase performance scalability (user density) up to 25% on a VDI or RDS(H) host.
“The key goal for every IT employee is customer satisfaction”
The most successful CIOs and IT teams have empathy for their end users and focus on making sure they’re happy. That’s not just some feel-good message; it’s SAP CIO Thomas Saueressig’s recommendation for running a strategic, successful IT organization today, amid the disruptions of digital transformation. It’s also the plan that is most likely to make IT professionals happy.Add a comment
Happy new year and welcome to the first Reference Architecture Monthly of 2017. Sorry it has taken me a while to get this one out. We’ve been having fun at the end of year festivities while also preparing some really cool stuff for Login PI and Login VSI. There were two reference architectures posted in December by Dell EMC and Nutanix. While I always encourage you to grab these papers yourself and go through them thoroughly, I’ve also distilled them down to some of the cool bits that caught my attention. However, there can be much more to these papers, so please check them out if you are interested. Having our vendor community use Login VSI to show off their cool capabilities and top line performance is always a blast. So, let’s get crackin’…Add a comment
Login PI 1.5 virtual users provide proactive performance insights before real users are affected
Login VSI, the industry leader in providing proactive performance management solutions for virtualized desktops, today unveiled the new release of Login PI. This enhanced version now provides 24/7 predictive data for both network latency and logon details. These new features let infrastructure & operations (I&O) teams measure and predict performance levels of their employee’s digital workspace to ensure it’s always operating at peak efficiency.Add a comment
Hi all, Adam Carter here, Product Manager for Login PI. My team has been working around the clock to add some really cool functionality to Login PI, and it’s available now. Lots of people have been asking for Network Latency and superior Logon timing insights—and now we’ve got ‘em! To take advantage of all the new coolness, go to the download section of our website to download and upgrade.Add a comment
As a test engineer at Login VSI, I perform many tests each day. But to give some scientific value to these test results, I usually repeat these tests at least 10 times to make sure that there is not a lot of variance between tests with the exact same settings. Some of our customers seem to struggle with getting consistent results in their own environment and that’s why they frequently ask me “How is it possible to get a different result when repeating a Login VSI test with the same identical settings?” In this blog, I will explain the most common reasons why this is happening and I will share some best practices on how to solve this.Add a comment
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