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Monitoring your network share with Login PI

Monitoring your network share with Login PI

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.

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How to configure Login PI to send alerts via e-mail

How to configure Login PI to send alerts via e-mail

A huge advantage of Login PI is the fact that it will automatically generate alerts about performance in your virtualized desktop environment--before your end users start to notice issues. These alerts are displayed in the Login PI event log. But what if you are not checking the interface because you are off getting a nice cup of coffee? Wouldn’t it be great if you could automatically receive these alerts in your email Inbox as well? In this blog post I will explain how to set up Login PI to send alerts via email.

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Virtualized desktop performance evaporates over time: Scheduling custom tasks to Login PI events

Virtualized desktop performance evaporates over time: Scheduling custom tasks to Login PI events

Performance in your virtualized desktop environment will often degrade over time. When this happens, it is so gradual that end users may not even notice. Until they do. Why does it happen? Applications gradually save more files, which again individually increase in file size each time an application is started by the end-user.

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Measure Microsoft App-V publishing time with Login PI

Measure Microsoft App-V publishing time with Login PI

Microsoft App-V is a great way to virtualize applications and publish them to the desktop. But App-V publishing can take some time and the application is not always available immediately. This can interfere with a Login PI workload. If the workload attempts to launch applications that haven’t been published to the desktop yet, this will result in application start timeouts reported by Login PI. In this blog post I will describe how to integrate App-V publishing in a Login PI workload.

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Virtual Desktop Performance Insights: Login PI (formerly Login VUM) Release Candidate available for immediate download

Virtual Desktop Performance Insights: Login PI (formerly Login VUM) Release Candidate available for immediate download

It’s a big day here at Login VSI. The Login PI Release Candidate is now available for download and evaluation. The beta product codenamed Login VUM is now officially named Login PI. In August this year we announced Login VUM beta at VMworld US. Today we’re announcing the product will officially be called Login PI because it delivers performance insights.

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