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[Press Release] Login VSI announces Release 3 of Login PI for Proactive Monitoring

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.

“Where other solutions probe logons up to application launch, the advanced virtual user technology of Login PI R3 goes deep into the applications to test the complete User Experience”, says Eric-Jan van Leeuwen, CEO of Login VSI, “In Login PI R3 the performance of each granular user action can be tested, measured and visualized, of every relevant application running in VDI, SBC or the Cloud.”

Login PI was introduced in 2016 and uses synthetic users running 24/7, to test and safeguard the performance and availability of virtual desktop infrastructures and associated business applications. Login PI detects, and alerts to, changes in logon times and actual tasks-in-an-application processing.

Introducing Deep Application Performance Testing™.

Advanced custom workflows can be built including conditional logic statements to provide more resiliency and flexibility in reproducing real-life enterprise line-of-business workflows. Granular workflow actions and event timings can all be scheduled separately. Login PI R3 also offers enhanced support for all major line-of-business and productivity applications.

“The new architecture of Login PI R3 makes the product easier to implement, integrate, manage and configure. Login PI R3 is also cloud-ready, and more secure and scalable than ever before.” says Blair Parkhill, Director of Products, “The interface of Login PI R3 introduces new dashboards, providing more detailed, more comprehensive, and easier to use, performance and availability information.”

 

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About the company Login VSI

The company Login VSI provides end-user performance insights for virtualized desktop and server based computing environments. Enterprise IT departments use flagship product Login VSI (for load testing) and new addition Login PI (for continuity testing) in all phases of their virtual desktop deployment—from planning to deployment to change management—to build and safeguard a good performance, a high availability, and (as a result) a good and consistent end-user experience. For more information about Login VSI or for a free test license contact us.

 

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