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VMworld 2017 US: eG Innovations to Present “Real-World Case Study of Citrix Performance Assurance in a Virtualized Environment” in the Citrix Theatre

VMworld 2017Citrix Global partner, eG Innovations, will present a real-world case study about how a Fortune 500 company achieved Citrix performance success in the Citrix Theater – Booth #1307 – at the VMworld 2017 Las Vegas in the Solutions Exchange, on Wednesday, August 30th at 11:00 AM PDT.

Citrix desktops and applications are among the most performance sensitive technologies in use in enterprise networks today. Using traditional monitoring techniques and measuring CPU, memory, and disk utilization is not sufficient in Citrix/VDI environments where user experience takes centerstage. Delivering a great end-user experience is critical to ensuring seamless remote connectivity and business continuity.

In this presentation, Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO of eG Innovations, will discuss how a Fortune 500 company with 10,000+ concurrent end-users across multiple global locations deployed eG Enterprise to achieve application and desktop virtualization success. Three years ago, this company was dealing with complaints from remote partners about slow access to the Citrix services, and these issues were affecting user productivity. And, even with the various monitoring tools in place, they were not able to effectively measure the partners’ Citrix user experience, or determine, when a problem occurred, whether the issue was due to slowness in the partner’s network access or in the Citrix farm. Also, that they were only finding out about issues from users, and therefore taking a long time to resolve complaints.

Visit the Citrix booth #1307 at VMworld 2017 US, on August 30th at 11 AM PDT and listen to this real-world case study that will highlight how to:

  • Measure all aspects of Citrix/VDI user experience
  • Gain end-to-end monitoring visibility across the Citrix farm, virtualized environments, and supporting infrastructure tiers
  • Be able to pinpoint precisely where a slowdown originates: in the network, storage, virtualization, application, or in the Citrix stack
  • Enhance Citrix operations through fast and automated problem diagnosis and resolution
  • Optimize the Citrix infrastructure and achieve improved ROI

eG Innovations will also be demonstrating the new SaaS-based eG Enterprise Express free Citrix logon simulator at Booth #825. You can sign up for this free service here: https://www.eginnovations.com/solutions/citrix/free-logon-simulator

Be sure to visit eG Innovations at VMworld 2017 and register to win a Google Home.

Learn more about Citrix at VMworld 2017 in Las Vegas. »

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Bruce Popky is the Director of Marketing Strategy for eG Innovations, a global provider of unified performance monitoring and diagnosis solutions for virtual and physical IT infrastructures. He is a B2B technology marketing veteran with more than 18 years of experience connecting products and services with customers in IT, software development, e-commerce, and finance. With a focus on the interdependent relationships between the technical, operational and business effects of new technology, Bruce delivers timely and compelling news and analysis for the cloud application, IT infrastructure and desktop/application virtualization communities. He is the managing editor and contributing author for the eG Innovations blog, "Application and Virtualization Performance Insights."