eG Enterprise Blueprint to Offer Hassle-free Monitoring Solution for Citrix Infrastructure

By CIOReview | Tuesday, October 27, 2015
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ISELIN, NJ: eG Innovations, a provider of application performance management solutions, announces the availability of the eG Enterprise Blueprint in the latest Citrix Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution for Citrix Workspace cloud. The new feature will offer quick and simple mode to analyze slowdown in an IT infrastructure that impacts the end-user experience.

eG Innovations Blueprint for Citrix CLM enables instant deployment of eG Enterprise unified monitoring solution for a Citrix virtual infrastructure. eG Universal Monitor feature in the Blueprint offers performance visibility across every layer of an infrastructure such as network, storage, applications and virtualization without any need of local provisioning. It can be used for monitor, diagnose and report on the health of every layer present in each tier of an infrastructure. The generated reports can be accessed through eG’s cloud-based management console.

The blueprint allows users to deploy eG Universal Agent on multiple operating systems with a broad monitoring coverage and offers deep insights into the performance of Citrix infrastructures. It allows users to identify potential performance issues in their mission critical IT services and accurately map the root cause of performance issues.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Citrix around Citrix Cloud Workspace and Lifecycle Management," says Matt Wrabley, VP, Business Development, eG Innovations. "The Citrix Workspace Cloud and its lifecycle management is a great way for customers to accelerate deployment and management of virtual desktops and applications without sacrificing control. The eG Enterprise blueprint for Citrix applications makes our industry-leading performance monitoring, diagnosis and reporting solution available as a one-click install for any Citrix solution. With this blueprint, customers can deploy Citrix solutions and manage them in a few seconds."