Ensure Users Can Logon to Applications and Desktops

This Azure availability service launches your Citrix, VMware Horizon, or RDS delivered applications & desktops to confirm production availability for remote users – before your end users even try to access the application or desktop. Then, if the logon fails or is even slow, you will get an alert before end users are impacted. Because advance warning is better than real-time!

Azure Application & Desktop Availability for Hybrid IT

Regardless of whether you are leveraging an Azure DaaS service or if you are hosting your applications and desktops on premise in your internal cloud, the desktop availability service is applicable.

Simple to Setup – Go Live in 30 Minutes

Using Azure DaaS– If your applications and desktops are hosted in Azure you install the software on premise or where your users are located.

Using Private Cloud – If your applications are on premise or in your private cloud no software is needed onsite. It is hosted in Azure so there are no internal resource or change requests necessary.

In either user case, we provide you with a logon page and you simply input some simple information. We only need a URL to connect to the Citrix, VMware Horizon, or RDS environment, your account with rights to the App & Desktop that need to be launched as well as the name of the App & Desktop, and finally, email address(es) to receive alert notifications and reports.

Monthly Service Includes:

Logons – Scheduled Intervals up to 24/7 

Dashboard – Real Time Confirmation of Application or Desktop Logon Duration, Success or Failure

Alerts – Real Time Notification of Logon Issues Before End Users are Impacted

Reports – On-demand Daily, Weekly and or Monthly Success and Failure Point Analysis 

Have Questions or Want to Get Started with the Azure Application & Desktop Availability Service?

Goliath’s Tech Team is here for you. Please reach out today!

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