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
The Login PI dev team has been hard at work for the last several months putting together a new release of Login PI, available now. We are constantly listening to customer feedback and looking for opportunities to improve our products and services. This results in products that enable customers to maximize the value of their VDI environments. In addition to stomping out a whole bunch of bugs, here are the key new features.Add a comment
PLEASE NOTE: This article is now out-of-date. For an updated version, please refer to our Documentation area HERE.
I get a lot of questions, both internally and from customers, about how Launcher filters work in Login PI. My colleague Mark Plettenberg recently wrote up a good description, which I’ve aggressively borrowed from to put this post together.Add a comment
I am proud to let you know that version 1.0.4 of Login PI is now available for immediate download on our website. This is a significant update from version 1.0.3, released late last year.Add a comment
Hi, Adam Carter here, the Login PI product manager. The other day I was reading some feedback from a customer about Login PI (I love getting product feedback. I read it all, and consider all of it for future releases). The customer had a list of feature requests, one of which was support in Login PI for maintenance windows when scheduled Login PI jobs are suspended.
“Login PI supports maintenance windows!” I thought to myself, “it totally does. The dev team even asked me to write a blog post about it.”Add a comment
Login PI offers two out of the box workloads to monitor your virtualized desktop environment from the perspective of an end-user. These workloads use the same applications as your regular users like native Windows and Microsoft Office apps, but it’s also possible to customize the workloads. When you create a new workload in Login PI you can run into several issues. In this blog I will provide some tips and tricks to debug your customized workloads.Add a comment
A network share is a critical component in the IT infrastructure of any organization to store and open files. But what would happen if your colleagues can’t reach their corporate data for some time? What if it takes minutes to open or write a file to the network share? This would probably mean a serious loss of time. Many monitoring solutions give you the ability to monitor the I/O load on your SAN or fileserver. These tools often also have the ability to monitor the network. But what if the drive mapping fails? What if your fileserver is saturated? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to monitor the entire chain from the perspective of an end-user? Today is your lucky day because in this blogpost I will explain how you can monitor your network share with Login PI.Add a comment
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