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Recorded Webinar - Fresh take on hosted desktop performance monitoring with Login VUM

Recorded Webinar - Fresh take on hosted desktop performance monitoring with Login VUM

Many of you joined us Oct 21 for the live broadcast of the webinar: Fresh take on hosted desktop performance monitoring with Login VUM. But if you missed it, the recording is available here:

In the webinar, I set the context for what is driving the need for more visibility into virtualized desktop environments. What it really comes down to is this: end user experience. There are several very good performance monitoring solutions available. They will give you lots information about what systems indicate on end user desktop performance. However, these monitoring solutions generate lots of data, much of it useful, but they don’t give you the full picture on what end users are actually experiencing on login times and latency, for example. And they also don’t help you get ahead of performance issues.

Login VUM does fill in the performance picture for you focused on end user experience. It gives you more info on app start time and uptime trends, so you can address any issues and maintain great performance for end users. With synthetic or virtual users logging into production environments, you are essentially sending a canary into a coalmine. You are able to get ahead of performance issues.

The product is currently in private beta. If you’d like to get to experience this product, contact us or apply for the beta here.

About the author

Adam Carter (@adambomb00) joined Login VSI in 2014 as a product manager working on new technologies. Adam lives in Seattle, where he enjoys listening to bands you’ve never heard of, roller derby, and coffee shops and happy hours where he can eavesdrop on Amazon and Microsoft employee conversations.


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