Goliath Performance Monitor

Easy to Use | Cost Effective | Purpose Built
Virtual Server, Virtual Desktop, & Hybrid Cloud Environments

Goliath Performance Monitor offers proactive, end-to-end IT performance monitoring for Citrix & VMware to ensure a positive end user experience. Goliath’s IT Performance Monitoring solution provides complete support for monitoring. This includes virtual server, virtual desktop and hybrid cloud environments, and provides specialized modules for certain EMR/EHR applications and NVIDIA GPU.

Also, Goliath Performance Monitor has been built from the ground up to help IT administrators anticipate end user experience issues, troubleshoot the root cause, and deploy remediation actions quickly before end users complain.

 

VMware Ready


Goliath’s Proactive IT Performance Monitoring Software

Cloud Monitoring

Microsoft Monitoring

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 Amazon Web Services (AWS) | Microsoft Azure

Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

 Hyper-V | Windows Tablet | Event Log Management

Citrix Monitoring

Infrastructure

Topology View | XenApp | XenDesktop

End User Experience | Logon Duration

ICA | HDX | XenServer

NVIDIA GRID | Network Devices

Syslog Management | Physical Infrastructure


VMware Monitoring

Healthcare

VMware vSphere | VMware Horizon

Cerner | Epic | McKesson

MEDITECH | Allscripts | T-System

 


Goliath Performance Monitor for Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop Datasheet

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Goliath Performance Monitor for VMware Datasheet

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Logon Simulation

With the Goliath Logon Simulator, Citrix Administrators can finally become proactive when it comes to Citrix logon issues. The Logon Simulator is the only software available that tests the entire Citrix delivery infrastructure, both locally and remotely, by simulating the exact same steps a user would take during the Citrix logon process. This allows you to identify the root cause of logon issues – whether they fail or are simply slow – and resolve them before end users complain.

In the diagram below, from left to right, the logon simulator initiates the logon process with simulated users. These simulated users follow the same exact steps a real user would, thereby exercising the entire Citrix Infrastructure, including passing through the NetScaler, Storefront, and other elements in the delivery infrastructure. In this example a profile didn’t load but the root cause was active directory.

Citrix End to End Connection Report

ICA Channel Dashboard

ICA Latency is the key indicator of Citrix session slowness as it takes into consideration server slowness and network performance in a single value to indicate user experience. By drilling down into the Citrix ICA Channel, you can track the bandwidth usage by channel – Audio, Video, Clipboard, Printer, KB & Mouse response, and Connection Speed to identify the root cause of session slowness or performance degradation.

 

Logon Duration Breakdown

The Logon Duration Analysis real time dashboard lets you troubleshoot and resolve logon slowness issues by breaking down each stage of the logon process so you can determine exactly where the slowness is occurring by total logon time, authentication, profile load, group policy processing, script execution, and interactive display load. The Logon Duration is also available as a historical report of all users for a specified time period.

Citrix End to End Connection Report

End User Application Task Visibility

See what users are doing within an application and the resource utilization. For example, if a user was streaming audio and video, not only would you see how many resources an application was using, but also the specific content  the user was streaming.

Citrix End to End Connection Report

End User Experience & Connection

End User Experience Report

Run a report of all users or any specific user over a period of time to identify and troubleshoot slow Citrix sessions. The End User Experience Report allows you to first determine if a user’s session was slow and then correlate that to the connection speed and where the user launched the session from to narrow potential root cause.

Citrix End to End Connection Report

End-to-End Connection Report

You can run a report for a specified period of time for all users to see trends and troubleshoot user slowness caused by connection routes. The report correlates end user experience metrics to the exact combination of the Web Interface, Broker, and server for each user’s session.

Citrix End to End Connection Report
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