Scheduling automatic Login VSI performance tests for your virtualized desktop environment
Wouldn’t it be great to exactly know the maximum capacity of your virtualized desktop environment on a week-to-week basis? Recently a customer asked us if it is possible to schedule a Login VSI load test to automatically start running during the weekends. One of the reasons for this was that the company wanted to have a performance overview of the environment every Monday morning. Although we do not recommend simulating thousands of virtual users in your live production environment, it is not only possible to schedule tests but doing so can save you time while you regularly gauge performance.
In this example, I will configure Login VSI to run every Sunday at 4:00 a.m. I’m going to do this by using a PowerShell script. This script makes sure that all the launchers are running the launcher agent and will start the test by using the LoginVSICMD tool.
First we are going to create a configuration profile for the scheduled test.
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