Goliath Application Availability Monitor
The Goliath Application Availability Monitor (GAAM) continually tests business and clinical applications delivered via Citrix or VMware Horizon as well as the entire delivery infrastructure from remote locations. We will then proactively alert you if an application is down or slow so you can resolve before end-users are impacted. When we alert you, we provide analytics and screenshot evidence of exactly where and why the issues occurred.
The Goliath Application Launcher encounters the same screens, popups, warnings, and errors that your end users will see when they logon to Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop, VMware Horizon and specific applications. Goliath captures each stage of this process, documenting success or failure and any error messages received. This provides actionable intelligence to identify the root cause, as well as evidence that can be shared with team members, stakeholders, or vendors, to troubleshoot issues quickly before users are impacted.
Goliath Application Availability Monitor is fully integrated with the Goliath Performance Monitor, which provides a unified view combining performance metrics for End User Experience, and the underlying Citrix virtualization delivery infrastructure. This is the only IT operations software with purpose-built technology to integrate these data sources to help IT professionals proactively anticipate, troubleshoot and prevent end user experience issues. The Goliath Performance Monitor can integrate data from both synthetic virtual user sessions and real end user data, in both real-time and historic views, to get a complete view of the entire environment, not just a single element.
The Goliath Application Availability Monitor is designed to be run from end points or locations where you need to confirm access for groups of users – they can be remote offices, other data centers, or vendor sites with critical connections. Managing and scheduling tests from each location are centrally managed and automated. Administrators can see what tests will be run, from each location, and manage testing by shift, or by event, and even block out maintenance windows to avoid unnecessary alerts. All of this is handled from a central, simple interface with no need for scripting or intervention at the end points themselves.
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