The recent release of ProfileUnity 6.5 was a significant platform improvement for both ProfileUnity and FlexApp. The commitment to robust integration points between ProfileUnity and the FlexApp layering platform is reflected based on the positive feedback from current and new customers alike.
With the recent release of Liquidware Labs’Stratusphere UX version 5.6.2, new enhancements were made to the Preview Inspectors Excel Export functionality. The Preview Inspectors provide a powerful interface to quickly search for and analyze the Stratusphere metric data that you need. With the excel export functionality you can now take that data offline to excel so you can do further analysis or for distribution and archive. Continue reading →
Back in July last year i tweeted something about the Software Defined Workspace™ – and i guess coined the phrase in the context of what we are up to here at Liquidware Labs. I am in fact a self proclaimed fanboy for SDx (software defined anything) because i have lived, for the past 25 years at least, in a world where just about every problem we faced was solved by HARDWARE. More hardware, faster hardware, cheaper hardware. And the paradox of Moore’s law is that while this worked in solving the performance related issues, wants, need we all had, and our users all had – its unintended consequence was sprawl, and creating a world where scale began to work against us. And it, to this very day, works very hard, Daily in fact, to make our jobs as desktop administrators very very difficult. Continue reading →
VMworld 2013 in San Francisco is in full stream with a lot of activity occurring with new announcement from VMware as well as many of the vendors exhibiting there. Attendees are busy going to sessions, exploring the Solutions Exchange, relaxing in the Hang Space and much more. Continue reading →
Today VMworld 2013 opened with the Solutions Exchange Welcome Reception. Here all of the vendor booths are open to discuss their latest technology. For the attendees food and drink are abundant and it is always a great start to VMworld. Continue reading →
VMworld 2013 is almost upon us (August 25th to 29th in San Francisco, CA) and I am definitely looking forward to it. It is the 10th anniversary conference for VMware and I expect it to be a great event. I have been to a number of VMworld conferences and I recommend attending if you have the opportunity. Continue reading →
In the Stratusphere UX Preview Inspectors we introduced a new metric called Workload Ranking. This is an important new metric that can provide an easy look at which users and desktops are consuming the most resources in your environment. What is really nice about it is you can see this without having to review all of the different resource metrics individually. Workload ranking looks at them for you in one overall metric. Continue reading →
In the Stratusphere UX 5.3 release we introduced new graphs to the Preview Inspectors. These are interactive graphs with a number of different functions and features that I wanted to look at in more detail.
To get started with the new graphs you need to enable viewing for them. When looking at the Preview Inspectors you can enable the the various graphs by clicking the Toggle Graphs icon in the top grey bar.Continue reading →