Home Applications Review – Goliath Application Availability Monitor

Review – Goliath Application Availability Monitor

0
Review – Goliath Application Availability Monitor
0

One of the issues with a RDS/Citrix/Horizon enviroment is actually capturing how the experience feels like for an end-user and being able to detect and see how the end-user sees the logon process. Most monitoring tools today focus on the performance on the terminal servers looking at CPU/Memory and storage available or looking at services that are actually running using service monitoring tools like System Center Operations Manager and so on. The issue with these is that they are infrastructure focused which of course is an important aspect but we also need to look at the end-user layer as well. This is something that Goliath have worked closely on with the release of Application Availability Monitor, which allows us to do monitor of enduser applications and desktop using realtime logon test as an end-user from different locations. They also provide visibility into all applications and desktops being launched, with reports and drilldown analytics detailing whether logons succeeded, failed, or where slow.

They also provide screenshots of each process to make it easier for helpdesk to determine where the issue lies.

The architecture is pretty product is pretty simple, it consists of the Goliath Availabilty server which stores and maintance state of the connectivity and stores the result in a SQL Server database which can either be locally installed as part of the goliath server or using a remote setup NOTE: If you download the trial from their website the product will by default install with SQL Express embedded with the installation. We also have the availability agents which actually performs the tests against the different enviroment regardless if it is Microsoft RDS, Citrix XenDesktop or Horizon View.

Read the entire article here, Review – Goliath application availability monitor

Via Marius Sandbu.

Categories:
IT Blog by Marius Sandbu Marius Sandbu (@msandbu on Twitter), works as an Cloud Architect at Exclusive Networks/BigTec in Norway. Primary focusing on Software defined datacenter solution and how they integrate with end-user computing technology and also works alot with cloud solutions like Microsoft Azure. Marius is also an Microsoft MVP, Veeam Vanguard, VMware vExpert and is also the author of many Citrix NetScaler books and shares his thought and ideas about technolgy on his blog.

Share your view, leave a comment below:

Featured Resources:

Related Articles:

| LATEST FEATURED RESOURCES

White Papers

    Application Lifecycle Management with Stratusphere UX – White Paper

    Enterprises today are faced with many challenges, and among those at the top of the list is the struggle surrounding the design, deployment, management and operations that support desktop applications. The demand for applications is increasing at an exponential rate, and organizations are being forced to consider platforms beyond physical, virtual and cloud-based environments. Users […]

    Downloads

      Download Commvault VM Backup and Recovery: end-to-end VM backup, recovery and cloud management

      Commvault’s ability to provide end-to-end VM backup, recovery and cloud management creates a significantly better way to build, protect and optimize VMs throughout their lifecycle. Our best-in-class software for VM backup, recovery and cloud management delivers a number of significant benefits, including: VM recovery with live recovery options; backup to and in the cloud; custom-fit […]

      On-Demand Webinars

        What’s Going on in EUC Printing – A Technical Deep Dive!

        The IGEL Community and ThinPrint invite you to watch the following technical deep dive webinar. The agenda is to technically bring you up to speed on what’s going on in the EUC Printing space today along with a deep dive into new methods, technologies, printing scenarios and a discussion on why printing still matters. You […]

        Latest Videos

          deviceTRUST Contextual Security – Use Case (Conditional Access based on Security State) Video

          We show how the status of the security components on the endpoint (firewall, anti-spyware, anti-virus, Windows updates, etc.) can be used to control access to the virtual session. This video is from the fine folks at deviceTRUST.

          Views All IT News on DABCC.com
          Views All IT Videos on DABCC.com
          Win big $$, visit ITBaller.com for more info!

          Visit Our Sponsors

          Close