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Imagine a console that provides you with real time performance monitoring, capable of delivering a comprehensive visibility into Terminal Services farms, VDI environments and desktop end points.  A grid, which gives you the big picture view of your environment coupled with capabilities to zoom-in with surgical precision to the individual machine, user, session and process level within seconds – gaining unprecedented visibility into your managed environment.

Enter ControlUp – an advanced computer management and monitoring platform for simultaneously managing a large amount of Windows servers, workstations and user sessions.

ControlUp aggregates performance data gathered from the managed computers creating a unified and searchable grid view of all the users, sessions and processes in your environment and allows you to maintain your entire enterprise’s application environment without hopping between remote connection screens and management consoles.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Enterprise Resource Fabric Unified in One Console

   

   

 

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