Login VSI was created so that IT departments around the world can deliver the best end user experience in virtualized desktop environments. Desktop virtualization is complex. Whether our customers are in healthcare, financial services, the public sector or any other industry, complexity is a given and our goal is to add clarity, measurement and standards for the end user experience. Hundreds of brands around the world use Login VSI to confidently and predictably run their virtualized desktop environment.
"As the developer of the PCoIP protocol, we do a lot of our own internal benchmarking to make sure that we’re continuing to improve our protocol. But we can’t actually publish our internal benchmarks because everybody might think that the tests are biased. So when we want to publish results, we use Login VSI. That way, if a customer wants to repeat our results they can.”
Randy Groves, CTO at Teradici
"Login VSI has empowered us to make more informed decisions on releasing a new vDisk which we now do on a monthly basis. We have found that Login VSI tests can also flag other issues in our environment that may not be picked up by our standard User Testing which allows us to either make the appropriate changes to the vDisk or workload script adjustments to run successful tests. This has given us peace of mind and allows us to release VDI’s with confidence."
Sajad Shah, Senior Technical Analyst at Cancer Research UK
“The system administrators use Login AM for efficient system management, change management and to ensure the correct functioning of the Citrix XenApp servers.”
Raimond de Haas, Service Level Manager & Manager ICT Front-End Services at Mammoet
“With Login VSI, we can simulate the effects and compatibilities of applications and patches, as well as scaling in a virtualized terminal server environment, with minimal expenditure of time. Due to the adaptability of Login VSI to individual customer environments, we can simulate the real production environment, using the achieved measurement results and assertions.”
Michael Mainusch, Team Leader Application Services at Dachser
“The labs at Pivot3 have hundreds of machines. A portion of those are running different Login VSI configurations so we can be constantly configuring with different hardware to see how that affects desktops. Then we tweak the RAM and CPU, and tune so we know how many users we can support.”