Over the last week I’ve had the opportunity to install Login PI within the Nutanix Ready lab. Let’s dig into the configuration, and some points I observed. The purpose of Nutanix Ready is to confirm that a software solution is capable of being operated on their platforms. This demonstrates compatibility and capacity.Add a comment
The previous blog post explained the basics around using the Login PI RESTful API through Powershell. This blog post will build on that foundation to change the workload assigned to profiles based on a CSV file instead of assigning the same workload to each server.Add a comment
For a large Login PI deployment a method was needed to change the workload on all profiles. The Login PI RESTfull API (API) easily enables this. To get started create a Powershell script. For this blogpost the Windows Powershell ISE was used.Add a comment
Login PI quietly turned two years old recently. As we prepare for the upcoming release of Login PI 2.0, let’s take a quick look back at the history of Login PI, and then a look forward at what’s coming up.Add a comment
Gartner Analysts Nathan Hill and Michael Silver recently published a research note titled “Define and Prioritize the User Experience to Succeed with VDI and DaaS.” The article is aimed at someone preparing to adopt or refresh a remote desktop solution, and calls out some critical learnings that I've also noticed in the years I've been in the industry:
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I often get the question how to connect Login PI to NetScaler. With Login PI it is possible to make custom connectors. With a custom connector, you can let Login PI connect to almost anything that can launch to your desktop. For now I will only focus on NetScaler (other examples are AWS workspaces, Client F5 load balancer or Spice). In this blog I will explain how you can integrate the connector provided by Citrix in three easy steps.Add a comment
Coming off the successful release of Login PI 1.5 last January, today the Login PI team releases version 1.6, which includes some great new features, and some cosmetic improvements, to make integrating Login PI much easier and much faster.Add a comment
“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
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
Microsoft Azure: Does spending (a bit more money) on your VM’s make a difference on User Experience?
Recently my colleague Jasper used Login PI to test the performance of a well-known cloud provider to see what their out of the box performance would look from the user experience point of view. Quickly we realized that, regardless of the hoster, If you want to move your desktops to the cloud it would entail a bit more work than simply selecting the cheapest desktop you can find + Microsoft Office and let it go from there.Add a comment
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