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    Login Enterprise – Azure Virtual Appliance

    Login Enterprise – Azure Virtual Appliance

    We have been hearing from our customers that they want to run the Login Enterprise Virtual Appliance in Azure, and today we are making this solution generally available.

    Imagine having a cloud-based platform that can perform load testing to any accessible target around the world, can continuously test for performance and availability 24x7x365, and perform application compatibility testing on your new images… all now available from a cloud-based resource.

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    LoginVSInsights: April Newsletter

    LoginVSInsights: April Newsletter

    Did you miss our latest monthly newsletter? Read this blog and get up-to-date on April’s key highlights.

    In this newsletter, we cover the Login Enterprise 4.1 release; Login VSI’s expanded Team; our successful (and virtual) VDI Performance Summit and much more.

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    Application layering, how Login Enterprise helps to determine the impact

    Application layering, how Login Enterprise helps to determine the impact

    Application layering has been around for a few years now as a solution to deliver applications to a virtual desktop.

    In theory, it all sounds perfect: Maximum flexibility to manage your applications without having to touch your base images. However, a growing number of people are contacting Login VSI because they’ve either hit performance bottlenecks or would like to know in advance what happens when they enable this technology.

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    Windows 10 – 1909 performance results and a look ahead at 2004

    Windows 10 – 1909 performance results and a look ahead at 2004

    Is it just me or does Windows 10 2004 just not feel right as a name?

    Regardless of my opinion on that, Microsoft will release this 20H1 build in April of this year. But most organizations today are not going to implement this new version right away. Market research by VDI Like a Pro shows that most enterprises today are running Windows 10 1803, or 1809.

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    Enabling Your Remote Workforce

    Enabling Your Remote Workforce

    Given recent global events, a majority of my users may need to work remotely.

    Many of our customers have been asking us if we can help them test the user-experience for their remote workforce, as well as the infrastructure that delivers it. We have seen requests range from the quality of the remote user-experience to the ability of their VPN to handle the throughput of a large volume of concurrent connections.

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