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Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) – Version 6.1.0 build 01.101

the perfect way to seal your Base Image

by Matthias Schlimm, March 2018

 

The Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) is the perfect way to seal your Base Image. Whatever your environment has run Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop with PVS or MCS,  Citrix AppLayering, VMware Horizon View, you must prepare your Base Image before you can distribute this Image to multiple devices. If you install your Base Image from scratch or update them with new software, for the sealing process of your Base Image run this framework (preparation), it makes it also unique if you booting up your cloned device (personalization).

 

Login Online Desktop available worldwide

Montag, 01 Juni 2015

vmware horizonairAfter the recent expansion of VMware Horizon Air in Europe (Paris and Frankfurt), VMware is taking the next step to offer its DaaS platform on multiple places in the APAC region. The first location will be Melbourne, which makes excellent network times possible in Australia and New Zealand. Because Horizon Air is the basis of the Login Online Desktop, the business ready workplace is now available worldwide.

Using Login PI to monitor DaaS provider

Mittwoch, 13 Mai 2015

By Chris van Werkhoven

For a very long time, SCOM (sometimes extended with third-party plugins) is being used as datacenter management system in SBC and VDI environments. With mixed results, because when all individual items like CPU, memory and IO queues are giving a green light, it doesn't mean that the end-user will have a good user experience. And in particular user experience is the cause of many helpdesk calls.

 

Error allocating Memory – Autoit

Dienstag, 21 April 2015

by Matthias Wessner

Bei meinen Performance Tests bin ich immer wieder über das folgende Phänomen gestoßen:
Der LoginVSI Test meldet sehr viele Stuck Sessions. Der Test bricht mehr oder weniger ab, die CPU Last geht runter, weil VSI keine weitere Last erzeugt.

LoginPI und Deutsche Systeme

Dienstag, 14 April 2015

by Matthias Wessner

LoginPI wurde vor einigen Tagen offiziell released. Ein schönes Produkt, um die Verfügbarkeit und Performance einer VDI und Terminal Server Infrastruktur zu messen. LoginPI bietet vordefinierte Workloads, die die Messung bestimmter Anwendungen ermöglichen. Dabei gibt es auch einen Workload „Default workload - native windows apps“.

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