The Login PI continuity testing solution uses a single synthetic user running 24/7, to monitor and to safeguard the optimal performance and availability of your own (or outsourced) virtual desktop infrastructure and associated business applications.
Login PI tests, measures, and alerts you on every change that affects the performance of desktop and application logons, as well as the actual processing of tasks-in-an-application. Login PI also provides information about protocol latency and network performance.
The Login PI dashboard, provides a current health status, along with the application user experience versus threshold levels, network latency trending, and much more. Login PI alerts are published to Windows Event Logs, for easy data integration with management and monitoring solutions, such as Splunk!, SCOM and HP OpenView. Login PI has a REST web API for data integration with BI-tools such as Excel, Power BI, Tableau and Qlik.
Financial services organizations like banking and insurance companies highly depend on IT to provide a wide selection of financial services to their customers and efficient tools to their employees. The number of software applications that need to be kept operational is overwhelming, with solutions for online and mobile banking, call-center, loans and savings, reseller portals, customer loyalty, CRM, risk assessment, audit and control, money transfers and much more. To complicate matters, each solution consists of several separate and technically different applications (online payment solution iDEAL uses around 25 applications).
The 100% availability, and 100% reliable performance of mission critical applications can be a matter of life or death in healthcare organizations. Modern Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDO’s) are more and more turning to virtual desktop environments like VDI and DaaS to improve their efficiency, flexibility, data accessibility, compliance and data security. To secure and protect a 100% availability of applications running in these (often fragile) environments, is key.