Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops facilitate secure delivery of high-performance virtual apps and desktop experiences to any device, anywhere. It helps end users use applications and desktops regardless of the device's operating system and interface, thereby enabling flexibility.
Since Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops are implemented as a multi domain cloud infrastructure, the main challenges in monitoring Citrix Virtual apps and desktops include discovering problems and their root cause, and tacking and analyzing critical KPIs.
ManageEngine Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops monitoring capabilities enables you to monitor applications and desktops in your Citrix infrastructure. With our Citrix monitoring tool, you can track Citrix Virtual apps and desktops performance metrics to understand how efficient it is working for you.
With Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual apps and desktops service monitoring, get an overview of machines applications at a single glance. Become aware of machines in failure state, identify disconnected sessions and track desktop groups in maintenance with easy-to-interpret graphs.
Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual desktop monitoring tool proactively detects slow logons in your desktop groups by identifying increasing Total LogOn Duration(min) values. Get notified about increasing concurrent sessions by configuring alarms for the Concurrent Sessions attribute and ensure that your desktop groups aren't getting overloaded.
You can also become aware of desktop groups in maintenance mode, along with details about associated machines and applications.
Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop monitor lets you track critical machine related metrics. Identify machines that are at fault and troubleshoot quickly before it affects the end users. Become aware of machines in maintenance mode.
Configuration details such as the machine's IP address, OS type, the desktop group it belongs to and the created date are also available at your disposal.
Resource utilization is an important KPI when it comes to Citrix desktops. With Applications Manger's Citrix Apps and Desktops monitor, discover machines with increased CPU and memory usage instantly. If these values are increasing at an alarming rate, you may need to identify what is causing the same to ensure it doesn't hinder performance of the machines. Isolate machines with high values of latency and identify underlying reasons to ensure hassle-free user experiences.
You can also get exclusive details such as the users associated with a machine and if it has been assigned to a user. You can configure alerts on the Pending Update attribute to get notified whenever there's an update pending for your machine.
Using Citrix Virtual apps monitoring feature, you can get to know the top 10 applications by instance count instantly from the graph in the Applications tab. Track the status of applications and identify those that have been disabled. Discover changes in applications by tacking the Created Date and Modified Date attributes. You can also monitor other configuration details such as the application path and browser name.
With Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops monitoring capabilities, become aware of active session details. Get insights into the user handling the session, the login duration, the associated machine, and the start date. You can also view data about failed sessions.
With Applications Manager's Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop monitoring tool, get crucial insights about the health and performance of apps and desktops and optimize the functioning of the same to improve end user experiences. Monitor Citrix Virtual apps and desktops by downloading the full-fledged, free, 30-day trial now!
Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop have now been merged to become Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops. The terms XenApp and XenDesktop are no longer used in the industry.
No, there are no prerequisites to monitor Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops in Applications Manage.
No. For now, we only support Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops monitoring.