Proactively Monitor & Manage Windows OS Tablets with Goliath Performance Monitor
Goliath Windows OS Tablet Performance Monitoring provides visibility into Windows OS Tablet Performance & end user experience while filling performance monitoring gaps in current mobile device management solutions. Goliath for Windows OS Tablets gives you proactive insight into key metrics and conditions that can cause inconsistent performance and negatively impact end user experience.
Real-time Windows OS Tablet Performance Monitoring & Alerts – Root Cause Isolation for Troubleshooting – Automated Remediation – Improve the End User Experience
Goliath Windows OS Tablet Performance Monitoring is software that gives you proactive insight into key metrics and conditions that can cause inconsistent performance and negatively impact the Windows OS tablet end user experience.
With Goliath, you can now monitor the performance of all major Windows OS tablets to proactively troubleshoot network issues, application specific problems, battery sustainability and other performance issues that can slow end user adoption or reduce end user satisfaction.
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Goliath has the only software that proactively monitors the entire end user experience of workers who securely access business applications from their Windows OS tablet. To see how Goliath for Windows OS Tablets works, you can instantly download a product overview:
Proactively Maintain a Positive End User Experience for Windows OS Tablets
With Goliath for Windows OS Tablets you can monitor, alert and report on the following:
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Alerting & Troubleshooting
You can set threshold-based alerts that can be sent to you when an event is triggered. You can run reports and analysis on demand or on a schedule so that trending can be executed for troubleshooting and root cause analysis.
Threshold-Based Alerts Based on:
Simultaneous Alerting & Remediation:
- Prevent Tablet Crashes by Terminating or Restarting Application if Application is Leaking CPU & Memory
Reports – Scheduled or On-Demand:
By providing insight into tablet performance, administrators have the ability to address scenarios for troubleshooting and supporting end user adoption. In general, these scenarios include troubleshooting network issues causing inconsistent tablet performance, identifying application specific problems, concerns over battery sustainability, and preventing problems that could impact end user adoption:
1. Support End User Adoption:
Complaints about performance and experience can be quickly addressed and then resolved with objective evidence about application and device performance or faults that take place. Of particular concern is being able to identify circumstances where users complain about random shutdowns where it may have been inadvertently caused by an end user hitting the power button.
2. Troubleshoot Network Issues causing inconsistent performance:
Since tablets are often used by end users that are mobile, troubleshooting network performance issues to identify the root cause is necessary to see if performance problems are the result of their movement.
3. Identify application specific problems:
Performance problems on a tablet often get classified as being a “tablet” issue when in fact it’s really specific to a given application. Much like with Citrix where the Logo on the screen takes the blame for problems, the tablet and hardware will receive the blame for an application. Visibility into application performance is necessary to identifying those issues.
4. Battery Sustainability
Tracking Battery consumption from the perspective of how long it lasts or the rate at which it discharges helps administrators make a couple decisions:
- Did the battery discharge because it legitimately lasted 8 hours and then ran out?
- Is there a battery problem which caused the battery to only last 3 hours?
- Is there an application or power usage setting that is causing the tablet to use more power than it should?