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Nov 28, 2018 | By Brien Posey
It is not exactly a secret that Citrix deployments can be complex, and like any complex system, things may occasionally go wrong. When that happens, it is important to restore the system to a functional status as quickly as possible and avoid a prolonged outage. That being the case, IT pros who are tasked with maintaining their company’s Citrix deployments should consider their plan for addressing an unanticipated problem.
Nov 15, 2018 | By Theresa Miller
Healthcare organizations that deploy Epic to support the patients that they see every day have a responsibility to ensure that Epic is always online and performing well. Take for example, a hospital that uses Epic for all its patient services to keep the patients healthy and to ensure their safety Epic needs to be online 24×7. Monitoring and troubleshooting both the underlying infrastructure and Epic are critical to ensuring patients get the care they need.
Nov 7, 2018 | By Goliath Tech Team
Troubleshooting Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop logon duration is challenging because it’s a complex process, it’s asynchronous, meaning multiple things are happening simultaneously, and it’s also variable. Some logons will have 33 sub-steps in the process, and others will have more than 50. Any technology that doesn’t offer visibility into all the sub stages can only show that there is a general problem and not the true root cause of the issue.
Oct 16, 2018 | By Brien M. Posey
One of the single biggest issues that Citrix administrators are forced to deal with is the sheer complexity of their Citrix systems. Not only is there complexity associated with the Citrix software itself, but the Citrix software also has a dependency upon a number of supporting infrastructure components. All of this complexity can make troubleshooting extraordinarily difficult whenever problems arise. An inexperienced administrator may not even know where to start.
Oct 9, 2018 | By BIll Kleyman
I’ve had the chance to work in the cloud, virtualization, and application delivery industry for quite some time. The most amazing thing I’ve seen has been the evolution around delivery technologies specifically aimed at improving user experience and performance. Still, with varying operating systems, evolving desktop environments, and the constant challenges around applications – there’s still one major challenge when it comes to these ecosystems.
Sep 16, 2018 | By Goliath Technologies
Goliath Performance Monitor offers complete support for monitoring the entire VMware virtual environment, including metrics from the hypervisor, directly from the virtual machines via an agent, and the associated physical infrastructure.
Sep 1, 2018 | By Goliath Technologies
Goliath Performance Monitor offers complete support for monitoring the entire Citrix XenServer virtual environment, including metrics from the hypervisor, directly from the virtual machines via an agent, and the associated physical infrastructure.
Nov 29, 2018 | By Goliath Technologies
We are often asked to highlight how our technologies complement or coexist with Citrix Director & NetScaler MAS. Most customers utilize our technologies in a complementary way. Goliath Performance Monitor is purpose-built to proactively anticipate, troubleshoot and prevent end user experience issues in complex environments. We deliver this with embedded intelligence and automation that highlights what to monitor and how to monitor it.
The Goliath Application Availability Monitor for Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop is an early warning system for Citrix IT professionals, alerting you of issues related to Citrix login failure or slowness before the end user ever notices an issue.
The Goliath Availability Monitor for Microsoft RDS (Remote Desktop Services, formerly Terminal Services) can confirm that any Microsoft RDS delivered virtualized applications or desktops will launch when an end user attempts to logon.
Jul 30, 2018 | By Goliath Technologies
Automatically map and view the heath of your entire Citrix infrastructure from a single console. It gives Citrix administrators to ability to pinpoint root cause of end user issues at a glance.