Marius Sandbu, an internationally recognized virtualization expert and IT solutions architect has just released an independent review of the newest version of Goliath for NetScaler.

As Marius began testing and reviewing the technology, he focused primarily on the new features in Goliath for NetScaler v4 that allow organizations to enhance their efficiency and improve the end user experience. By utilizing Goliath for NetScaler to proactively monitor their NetScaler Infrastructure and Citrix environments, administrators are empowered to reduce troubleshooting time and quickly remediate performance issues by leveraging the single view of an entire NetScaler deployment from hardware to policies.

“Monitoring and managing NetScaler infrastructure is difficult. Using real time AppFlow & NITRO API data allows Goliath to show both NetScaler performance, ICA traffic, and web session behavior at the same time. So, from one pane of glass, you can answer the question: How are my NetScalers and end users doing today?” – Marius Sandbu, Certified Administrator NetScaler & Sr. Systems Engineer

You can read a complete version of the review to learn more. For IT operations teams, managed service providers, and healthcare IT professionals interested in testing this technology, Goliath offers a fully supported 30-day free trial of Goliath for NetScaler.

About Goliath Technologies
Goliath Technologies provides proactive IT operations software to address the challenges associated with managing a hybrid IT infrastructure. Organizations of all sizes are moving to the Cloud in some form and our products are purpose built to assist in that transition because IT can manage applications, infrastructure and users regardless of where they are located. Customers use our products to monitor, analyze, troubleshoot and report so performance issues can be resolved before end users are impacted. Because, IT infrastructure is moving. IT accountability is not. Customers include Walmart, Facebook, UHS, the VA, ADP, Verizon Wireless, and Office Depot.