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eG Innovations Announces Native Performance Monitoring for Cloud-Driven Citrix Desktop, Application Virtualization

eG InnovationseG Innovations today announced general availability of eG Enterprise 6.3. A breakthrough release for Citrix-driven organizations, eG Enterprise 6.3 offers the industry’s first full-featured performance monitoring capability for Citrix virtualized desktops and applications managed by a cloud service. The new release includes dozens of performance monitoring enhancements, including native monitoring for Citrix Cloud and monitoring of cloud workspaces on AWS and Microsoft Azure, plus:

  • Monitoring support for the latest version of Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, 7.16
  • Performance monitoring for Citrix HDX adaptive transport and Enlightened Data Transport (EDT)
  • In-depth visibility into the performance of Citrix Linux VDAs, NetScaler SDX and NVIDIA GPUs
  • Expanded instrumentation to monitor AWS services and support for Microsoft Azure Resource Manager
  • Full-stack application performance monitoring (APM) and diagnostic support for Microsoft .NET packaged and custom applications
  • Out-of-the-box support for many new network devices and storage systems, including Pure Storage and Dell EMC XtremIO All-Flash Array Storage
  • Extended scalability with the new “eG SuperManager,” which aggregates and consolidates monitoring data from multiple eG Enterprise deployments into a unified dashboard
  • Much more

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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."