Introducing the Lakeside Software Citrix Session Reporting Kit
SysTrack Kits – Integration and Custom Reporting
One of the most exciting features of our latest version of SysTrack (7.2) is the new Kits program. This provides use case specific reports and dashboards to cover a broad set of different operational and analytical needs for a wide set of different environments. This month we’re pleased to announce that our most requested Kit, an extensive set of Citrix reports for XenApp and XenDesktop management, has gone live and is ready for immediate use. With our latest Kit we introduce a path to continue many of the reports and capabilities of the EdgeSight for XenApp IMA environments (versions 6.5 and earlier). This is of particular interest for customers who are migrating to and adopting the FMA based versions of Citrix XenApp (7.0 and higher). This Kit helps complete the vision into the inner workings of environmental demand that IT administrators need to guarantee success in delivering a great user experience with Citrix products. This includes critical historical analysis and trending reports, consumption coverage, HDX utilization details, and other key items across both IMA and FMA deployments. Of course, SysTrack also extends many of the reports and analytics to the physical desktop world and infrastructure components in the data center.
The Citrix Session Reporting Kit
So, what can you expect? Through the Kits import mechanism a single import brings in dozens of Citrix specific reports which are then automatically configured to work with SysTrack and ready to go in moments. This opens the door to deep reporting on everything from peak concurrency and session trends to application consumption and network utilization. This also integrates in with several of our Citrix monitoring dashboards that can offer operational insight into advanced session issues. As a little bit of an extra we also have the ability to directly connect into the Desktop Director and its monitoring database to relate back session state and connection details directly with our in-system user experience collection. This helps answer some of the questions left over for enterprises moving to later Citrix product releases.
Read the entire article here, INTRODUCING THE CITRIX SESSION REPORTING KIT