Back in 2013 when Login VSI 4.1 got released and the majority of desktops were running Windows 7 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).
Login PI Release 3: Introducing Deep Application Performance Testing™
With the launch of Login PI in 2016, Login VSI introduced the concept of pro-active monitoring to the VDI world. In 2017, with Release 2, Login PI became the benchmark in unplanned-change and gradual-deterioration detection for VDI. With Login PI Release 3, Login VSI emphasizes its market leadership in VDI performance testing once more, introducing the brand-new concept of Deep Application Performance Testing™ for all applications running in VDI, SBC and Cloud.
Introducing Deep Application Performance Testing™ for applications running in VDI
Barcelona, Spain (November 6, 2018): Login VSI, the industry standard in VDI/SBC performance testing, announces today the general availability of Release 3 (R3) of its proactive monitoring solution Login PI. With this release Login VSI introduces a new concept named Deep Application Performance Testing™, providing a unique view of application end-user experience. Login PI R3 also features a completely new architecture and strongly improved interface.
On October 2nd Microsoft released version 1809 (Codename: Redstone 5) for those who wanted to update manually.
On the 9th of October it started rolling out via automatic windows updates. Unfortunately there was an oversight in the update mechanism leading Microsoft to pause the update temporarily as during the upgrade users documents got deleted. While waiting for the fixed version of Windows 10 to be released we started doing our regular performance tests, as we did with Server 2019 and Office 2019 recently and the results where…well, not what we expected.
It’s there, Microsoft has GA released Windows Server 2019 on October 2nd as the successor of Windows Server 2016 (released Sept, 2016).
There are some notable new features but in our industry the biggest news is that the Remote Desktop Services role will still be available although it was rumored to disappear for a while it came back in insider-preview 17650. Of course many of the features relate to Azure but you can still run completely in your own datacenter if you prefer.
It has been an exciting time for all EUC enthusiasts, as Microsoft has announced a lot of interesting new bits that will influence our jobs in the upcoming time.
While Windows 10-multi user has not been a well-kept secret, the fact that it will be Azure only remained a secret for most people, until announced at Ignite, and it sparked a lot of discussion as you can see below this post by Jack Madden.
Microsoft Office, you can find it in nearly every enterprise IT environment and this week Microsoft has released Office 2019 to the first group of volume license customers.
Since the release of Microsoft Office 2007 Login VSI has always been keen to show the impact a new version has on scalability of your centralized desktop environment, whether its VMware Horizon, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops or plain RDSH and we of course did the same for this version.