Lately we’ve had more and more customers that are discovering that Citrix App Layering and Liquidware FlexApp attached application delivery make a great combination.
Citrix App Layering can be used to manage base images in a Citrix environment. The solution also offers a way to layer applications into the OS. The benefits of layering the OS are great for patching and maintaining base images. However, some customers are finding that they’d like their applications to be delivered on a more dynamic basis, simply attached from a VHD, with fast packaging options, and multi-cloud storage features. Some Citrix customers switch entirely over to FlexApp, Continue reading →
To keep desktops performing their best and with the lowest cost, Microsoft WVD desktops are best managed with a non-persistent (stateless) design. With the GA of WVD, Microsoft has introduced an ephemeral OS disk as an option to deploy VMs on Azure. Continue reading →
Microsoft Ignite was in Orlando last week as many have occurred before. This Ignite was different though mainly because there was no way to ignore the major spotlight that Microsoft was shining on Windows desktop delivery. More specifically, Microsoft had many sessions and announcements around Microsoft WVD (Windows Virtual Desktop). More on that later below. Continue reading →
Now that Azure WVD is GA, you are starting to hear more about MSIX and the strategy of attaching applications to a WVD OS. MSIX is the Windows app package format that provides a modern packaging experience to all Windows apps. The MSIX package format preserves the functionality of existing app packages and/or install files in addition to enabling new, modern packaging and deployment features to Win32, WPF, and WinForm apps. Continue reading →
Amazon Workspaces Overview “Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure desktop computing service which runs on the AWS cloud. Amazon WorkSpaces allows you to easily provision cloud-based virtual desktops and provide your users access to the documents, applications, and resources … Continue reading →
The Stratusphere UX platform has always been about getting
enterprises the data that it needed to make better decisions. This was often
accomplished through dashboards and custom reports available to administrators.
Additionally, the data within Stratusphere UX plays a key role in troubleshooting
exercises across any platform. At its core Stratusphere UX will always provide
great focus around collecting and analyzing desktop, application and
infrastructure metrics for the enterprise to consume.
Microsoft WVD (Windows Virtual Desktop) is now generally available and a robust public preview is well underway. Customers familiar with virtual desktops, such as those running Citrix or VMware, may be early adopters.
Many organizations are asking how they can automatically harvest their existing user environments from Citrix or VMware and automatically hydrate FSLogix profile containers on a Native WVD environment. Still others may be looking at using some of their WVD entitlements, such as Windows 10 Multi-Session OS, in a Citrix or VMware environment hosted on Azure. With Liquidware ProfileUnity, it is easy automatically migrate users from any Windows desktop to Microsoft WVD. Continue reading →
provides you with several analysis tools that give you an overview of your
business and an indispensable insight into your data. The ability to create
dashboards, interactive reports, and access data while on the move through
mobile applications are both easy to use and free! Power BI for Office 365 is
Microsoft’s cloud-based BI solution that, together with Excel, delivers a
complete self-service BI solution designed to analyze and visualize data from
Liquidware’s Adaptive Workspace Management suite, Stratusphere UX is the
industry-leading user experience monitoring and diagnostics solution. An
independent and platform-agnostic architecture, the solution provides
user-centric visibility that is persistent across platform delivery. The
ability to examine and drill down into user, machine and application workloads
is critically important to optimize the workspace environment and design an
In this step by step guide, we’ve described how to extract data from Liquidware Stratusphere UX using Microsoft PowerBI. By doing so you get the best of both worlds which allows you to create reports tailormade to your needs.
Give me a lever long enough, and I can move the world. -Archimedes
It sure has gotten interesting in the Windows end user computing space; even more so if you add the word “cloud” to that statement.
Many of us gray haired veterans openly joke about when the “Year of VDI” will finally arrive. The entire ecosystem – from Dell to VMware to Citrix to Amazon, IGEL, 10Zig, Stratodesk, Scale Computing, and Nutanix Xi Frame – has been waiting for the idea of running a Windows operating system on dedicated hardware at your fingertips to give way to consuming Windows applications and desktops as virtualized, abstracted, cloud services available anytime, anywhere, to any device, as needed, when needed, if needed (and priced that way too). Continue reading →
We’ve recently made Stratusphere UX 6.1.3 generally available. It’s packed with enhancements and features that support the complex and varied challenges experienced in today’s end user workspaces. The release provides enhanced visibility to the critical metrics and information used to … Continue reading →