eG Innovations Releases eG Enterprise Cloud
May 23, 2019
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eG Innovations announced the launch of its new solution offering, eG Enterprise Cloud – a fully automated 100% SaaS solution for end-to-end Citrix performance monitoring and analytics.

Since 2001, eG Innovations has been providing IT monitoring solutions to address the unique performance challenges that application and desktop virtualization pose. eG Innovations' flagship monitoring solution, eG Enterprise, has been purpose-built for Citrix environments, and its technologies have been fine-tuned with domain expertise acquired from addressing the monitoring requirements of some of the largest Citrix deployments in the world.

eG Enterprise Cloud, the latest addition to eG Innovations' solution portfolio, is a 100% SaaS-based fully automated end-to-end monitoring service. In its first release, eG Enterprise Cloud is focused on monitoring Citrix digital workspaces.

"We have constantly evolved our solution offerings to meet new requirements of our customers. Ease of use and time to value are driving enterprises to migrate their applications and infrastructures to the cloud. Cloud-based digital workspace offerings are also becoming popular. In keeping with this cloud adoption trend, we are making available eG Enterprise Cloud, a SaaS offering that takes the power of eG Enterprise into the cloud and makes Citrix performance monitoring faster, more automated and easier than ever," said Srinivas Ramanathan, founder and CEO of eG Innovations.

What makes eG Enterprise Cloud a must-have monitoring tool for Citrix administration teams:

- 100% cloud-hosted, web-based monitoring service with secure access and data storage

- Hassle-free, do-it-yourself deployment: install, discover the Citrix infrastructure, and start monitoring in minutes

- Scalable on demand to meet the growing needs of today's Citrix environments

- Extremely affordable subscription licensing; pricing starts at the cost of a cup of coffee

eG Enterprise Cloud provides extensive monitoring of Citrix environments with deep-dive visibility of Citrix sessions and digital workspace user experience. Monitor and detect slow logons, session latency, disconnects, slow application launches, server-side problems, and more. eG Enterprise Cloud includes a host of built-in reports that deliver historical reports for performance trending, capacity planning and infrastructure right-sizing.

"eG Enterprise Cloud reduces the time-to-value and delivers instant ROI for customers. Customers can have Citrix monitoring implemented in under 15 minutes and start analyzing performance trends, anomalies and bottlenecks for troubleshooting. Our goal has always been to enable Citrix administrators to become Citrix performance heroes. eG Enterprise Cloud now makes that an instant reality," said Bala Vaidhinathan, CTO of eG Innovations.

eG Enterprise Cloud is available now only in North America and will be expanded to other regions soon.

eG Innovations will be providing live demonstrations of eG Enterprise Cloud at booth #413 at the Citrix Synergy conference at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, through May 23, 2019. Besides being a Silver Sponsor of Citrix Synergy, eG Innovations has also been selected by Citrix as the Monitoring Solution Provider for the event for the fifth year in a row. eG Enterprise technology will be used by Citrix to monitor the infrastructure and demo systems being used for the conference, labs and keynotes.

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