eG Innovations Selected as Performance Monitoring Solution for Citrix Summit Partner Conference
December 20, 2017
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eG Innovations announced that Citrix has selected its flagship product eG Enterprise as the performance monitoring solution for Citrix Summit 2018, January 8-9, in Anaheim, Ca.

The Citrix Summit team has selected eG Innovations for on-site IT operations at each annual event since January 2015.

“Accelerate to Win” is the conference theme for Citrix Summit 2018, emphasizing the essential importance of timeliness for business success. And, partnering with Citrix events, eG Innovations continues to reinforce this point year after year through its core benefit for Citrix administration: always-available, fast and seamless virtualized desktop and application delivery. For Citrix Summit, as well as for the annual user conference, Citrix Synergy, eG Enterprise helps the Citrix event team easily and efficiently ensure great performance and user experience across all event keynotes, sessions, labs and workshops.

eG Enterprise offers the Citrix events team unified visibility into the performance of applications, servers, hardware, network and cloud, which is critical for the management of Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop performance. And, beyond just metrics, it automatically correlates performance events across all infrastructure components, accelerating troubleshooting and remediation. eG Enterprise allows any Citrix-driven organization to be truly proactive by diagnosing slowdowns anywhere they occur, across the entire supporting infrastructure – physical, virtual and cloud.

Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO, eG Innovations, said: “The user experience has evolved into the most important single factor for IT teams, and ensuring fast Citrix performance is especially important for this discerning audience – Citrix technology and channel partners. Providing monitoring for Citrix Summit IT operations is our opportunity to help the events team to serve, educate and motivate the thriving Citrix partner ecosystem. Our performance monitoring solution helps ensure that the new technologies and initiatives are delivered to attendees with the greatest impact possible.”

This year, the Citrix Summit infrastructure will be operated using Citrix Cloud services. eG Enterprise will be used to monitor and report on user experience as well as the usage and performance of the individual tiers - XenApp, XenDesktop, StoreFront, Cloud Connector, Delivery Controllers, NetScaler, servers, Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, SQL databases, file servers and tracking DHCP usage. Since selecting eG Enterprise, Citrix has been able to save time, money and is assured that their monitoring tool will always keep pace with the newest Citrix technologies, a critical requirement for introducing and promoting the company’s latest technology advances.

“eG Enterprise end-to-end monitoring has worked well for our corporate events,” said Fabian Wright, Event Technical Marketing Senior Manager, Citrix, Inc. “eG Enterprise provides us with a single, unified console from which we can quickly identify and assess performance issues across the entire IT service delivery chain. With visibility throughout our on-premises and hybrid cloud-based infrastructures, we can be proactive instead of reactive in our approach to performance management. It’s a valuable tool that contributes to the success of our live industry events.”

eG Innovations will be conducting live demonstrations of its eG Enterprise solution at the Citrix Summit Solutions Expo, exhibiting at booth #505.

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