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An introduction to Login VSI Workloads

An introduction to Login VSI Workloads

Download this white paper and get:

  • What is a workload?
  • What are the components of a workload?
  • The Baseline
  • What applications are used in default workloads?
  • What makes the workload different?
  • Other types of workloads

Learn more about Login VSI Workloads:

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Login VSI Workloads

Login VSI Workloads are a set of actions that are executed by the virtual user for a number of reasons:

  • To perform operations intended to determine a baseline performance level
  • To execute a standard set of functions that allow for an objective performance measurement of the hosted desktop or application in order to determine VSImax
  • To execute a custom set of functions that allow for the use of any Windows application to be used to measure performance and stress the system

Login VSI workloads consist of a number of different functions such as "Segments" (comprised of 5 segments), "Preparation" (which sets up the virtual user’s environment to eliminate unexpected or unwanted actions that may occur and cause the session to become stuck), "Timers" (which uses native Windows applications and operations to determine system saturation and provides Login VSI with information necessary to evaluate the user experience) and many more, which you can learn about in our downloadable white paper.

While many of the applications listed above are the same between workloads, each one, from Task Worker to Power Worker becomes increasingly aggressive while continuing to maintain the behavior of the type of user the workload is named after. One of the things that makes the workloads different in terms of their aggressiveness is how many of the applications are run concurrently, or within the workload segment (which you can learn more about in our white paper).

Login VSI workloads can be customized to add any line-of-business applications our customers wish to have the virtual users operate. In addition, Login VSI also offers a storage workload designed to stress the storage subsystem as well as a graphics framework that is designed to stress the graphics resources like CPU and GPU.

You can learn much more about Login VSI Workloads by downloading this white paper. Of course, if you have any further questions, you can always contact us to get more information about how Login VSI can help improve your VDI performance.

Why take the Risk?

A poorly built and maintained VDI environment will increase the risk of performance problems among all users.
Can you imagine the impact of user slowdowns or even total failures on your business continuity?

 

By using Login VSI's software solutions, you can prevent performance issues and predict the end-user experience on:

  • Citrix: XenDesktop / XenApp
  • VMware Horizon View
  • Microsoft
  • AWS Amazon Web Services
  • Microsoft Azure

 


 

This white paper will help you understand:

  • What is a workload?
  • What are the components of a workload?
  • The Baseline
  • What applications are used in default workloads?
  • What makes the workload different?
  • Other types of workloads

Learn more about Login VSI Workloads:

Download White Paper

 


 

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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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