VDI

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Delivering Experience-First VDI - Q&A w/ Teodor Olteanu (Flutter Entertainment)

Desktop Virtualization solutions aren’t new to today’s organizations; countless IT teams have implemented some form of virtualization to provide better and more consistent experiences to employees. But during the rise of remote and hybrid working, virtualization has become even more ubiquitous. We recently sat down with Teodor Olteanu, Senior Delivery Manager, Workplace Technology Engineering at Flutter Entertainment, a leading global sports betting, gaming and entertainment organization.

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How to move your VDI workloads to the Public Cloud?

A couple of weeks ago, I had a webinar together with Goliath Technologies about what we need to consider before moving your VDI workloads to Public Cloud. In this blog post I will try and write a summary of the various stages that should be part of the journey and also some of the pitfalls that you can encounter when moving your VDI workload to Public Cloud.

RDS and RDP Monitoring

Monitor the entire RDS, RemoteApp and VDI stack with continuous login simulation from anywhere in your network. Monitoring Server Based Computing environments with just performance counters isn't enough. To fully evaluate the entire application delivery installation, IT architects must synthetically exercize the components and measure the end-user experience. CloudReady RDP sensors enable logon simulation with no changes to the servers. The RDP sensors capture, read and analyze the screen to record application launch times like a real end-user would.
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Accountable but Not Informed - Bring Clarity to Your Desktop Virtualization Environments

Why is it that when IT has to manage a virtual desktop environment, their job becomes infinitely harder? If you were to poll every major enterprise IT department, there’s always one team (or person) that’s ultimately held accountable for the organization’s Digital Employee Experience.

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Monitoring and Improving Employee Experience In Virtual Desktop (DaaS/VDI) Environments (Part 1)

A common pain point we repeatedly hear from our customers that use Desktop as a Service (DaaS)/Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environments is, “We have monitoring in place for physical hosts and infrastructure, but our employees still complain a lot.” If DaaS or VDI is part of your IT environment and you lack visibility into such environments to ensure effective employee experience, read on.

Gain 5 Layers of Visibility into Your Virtual Infrastructure

Learn how Goliath offers a single console where you can view key performance metrics from your Hypervisor Host (VMware vSphere, Citrix Hypervisor, Microsoft Hyper-V), Virtual Machines, Applications, Operating Systems and Physical Devices. You will learn how to: Identify performance bottlenecks within your virtualized infrastructure. Deploy remediation actions, both manual and automatic, to resolve issues before end users are impacted, and report on key metrics to foster collaboration across IT teams, vendors, management, and end-users.
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"Information Overload" - Managing your post-VDI project

For all its benefits, Virtualization Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) continues to be a massive headache for many enterprise technology teams. From improper personas and sizing, long logon times, hangs, lost sessions, freezes and crashes—often one small mistake in a virtualized environment can set your entire enterprise ablaze.