April 27, 2023
Implementing virtual desktops can be complicated, and underinvestment or overinvestment can lead to poor user experience or unnecessary budget waste. Login Enterprise helps businesses achieve the right balance between price and performance in their virtual desktop journey.
This case study gives us a closer look at four organizations that used Login Enterprise to make strategic decisions regarding their virtual and physical desktop infrastructure.
Healthcare services cloud migration
A healthcare services organization needed to pilot and migrate some of its Citrix services to the cloud. Login Enterprise was used to plan capacity and determine the best AWS EC2 instance type for their workload. As a result, they achieved a 75% increase in user density and over 40% monthly savings in AWS costs.
Healthcare provider Epic Systems upgrade
A healthcare provider initiated an Epic Systems upgrade, and Login Enterprise’s synthetic user technology was used to simulate Epic user workloads in the old and new environments. This enabled vendor teams to optimize hardware and software platform settings, resulting in a 1,300-user increase in the environment without additional cost to the customer. The resulting configuration changes saved an estimated $3M in excess spending over three years.
Insurance Brokerage migration to HCI
The world’s largest privately held insurance brokerage firm ran Citrix virtual desktops in a production environment, but performance continually degraded. The IT team moved to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) and used Login Enterprise to baseline the performance of the existing and new production environments. Login Enterprise proved a significant increase in capacity and performance, enabling the IT team to accelerate the migration.
Global fleet management migration to shared virtual desktop services
A leading global fleet management services company mandated shared virtual desktop services across all business units. Unfortunately, the organization underestimated the hardware requirements for the new Citrix environment, but Login Enterprise enabled the team to roll out the environment to 4,500 users and acquire additional hardware for the remaining 1,500 users. Before purchasing new hardware, they evaluated options from several vendors, saving money and achieving the best VDI operations.
To read more about how Login Enterprise has helped businesses optimize their virtual desktop infrastructure to achieve cost savings while improving performance, download the full case study.EUC Strategy