A monitoring service that supports a wide range of devices can present a
more complete view of your network. Because the CloudBridge appliance has an
extensive view of WAN traffic, including detailed statistics about
XenApp/XenDesktop traffic, it provides key insights into the WAN user
In a XenApp and XenDesktop environment, if a branch user encounters
low performance, the administrator might have to monitor the network, the
users, and applications hosted on XenApp or XenDesktop. The administrators
might need to ask the following questions:
- Which part of the network
is causing a bad user experience?
- What is an easy way to
identify the slowness in published applications?
- Which virtual channels are
consuming the most bandwidth over a given time period?
- Which XenDesktop or
XenApp users are consuming the most bandwidth over a given time period?
- For a given XenDesktop
user, what is the average client and server-side latency, and the average
- What are the top
applications across all XenApp users, by up-time and total number of launches
over a given time period?
- What is the Datacenter
The CloudBridge AppFlow support provides answers to all of the above
questions, allowing, for example, a congested WAN link to be distinguished from
a slow server or a slow client.
Note: The AppFlow feature is available on CloudBridge 2000, 2000WS, 3000, 4000, and 5000 appliances.