The Goliath Logon Simulator has been replaced by the Goliath Application Availability Monitor! This brand new technology provides an early warning system to logon issues and includes detailed screenshotting, flexible scheduling, preemptive alerting, and seamless remediation actions – just to name a few.
The Complete Early Warning System for End User Logon Initiation or Duration Issues.
Designed for production deployment, the Goliath Logon Simulator enables IT administrators to simulate the logon process locally, remotely, or in the cloud, generate failure and application/desktop availability alerts, identify the root cause of issues encountered, and troubleshoot and resolve these issues prior to end users being impacted.
More than a point-in-time testing utility or traditional load testing tool, the Goliath Logon Simulator is a must-have proactive performance management tool that can be integrated into the ongoing IT Operations toolset.
Ensure Application and Desktop Availability for:
Before Users Get to Work:
- Launch any web-based application in advance so issues can be identified and fixed before users are impacted
- Send alerts if applications fail or are slow for immediate troubleshooting
- Use failure point analysis to identify root cause of failure or slowness
- Isolate logon issues in real time as individual, site, geographic or global
- Provide historical reports to justify permanent fix action and validate SLAs
- Centralize the management and aggregation of end user logon performance data
- Support thousands of application launches from hundreds of sites simultaneously
The Goliath Logon Simulator facilitates continuous and real-time testing of the delivery infrastructure by simulating the exact same steps a user would take during the logon process. By launching real sessions with simulated end users, the Goliath Logon Simulator provides visibility into all applications and desktops being launched and whether they are succeeding, failing, or slow. This allows the Goliath Logon Simulator to alert the administrator to a problem the moment it occurs, triggered by the simulated user, not the end user.