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Foglight for Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp 5.8 - User Guide

Getting started Setting up data collection agents Monitoring the performance of your XenDesktop environment

Identifying top consumers

Your monitored XenDesktop environment delivers applications to end users on demand. The Summary - All Users view identifies the users with the highest applications and desktop usage, longest logon times, and highest network latencies. This view appears in the Quick View when you select All Users in the Users view on the left. Use it to look for potential bottlenecks in your system in order to prevent potential service disruptions by reallocating system resources where they are most needed.

Figure 46. Summary - All Users view

Table 21. Summary - All Users view

The users running the most application instances over the selected time range.

The users running the most desktop instances over the selected time range.

The users running the sessions with the longest logon duration over the selected time range.

The users running the sessions with the highest network latency, over the selected time range.

Investigating the levels of resource consumption

Your monitored XenDesktop® environment delivers virtual desktops and applications are delivered to end users on demand. You can review the levels of CPU and memory resources consumed by these elements, along with session-related metrics in the Summary - User view. Use it to identify the applications and desktops that consume the highest amounts of CPU and memory resources, and to look more closely at session latency and transfer rates. An application or desktop with consistently low CPU or memory utilization rates, for example, often calls for re-allocating these under used resources where they are more needed.

Figure 47. Summary - User view

Table 22. Summary - User view

The objects that are associated with the selected user object and their alarm state.

The application instances associated with the selected user that are consuming the highest amounts of CPU resources, over the selected time range.

The application instances associated with the selected user that are consuming the highest amounts of memory resources, over the selected time range.

The sessions initiated by the selected user that have the highest latency, over the selected time range.

The desktop instances associated with the selected user that are consuming the highest amounts of CPU resources, over the selected time range.

The desktop instances associated with the selected user that are consuming the highest amounts of memory resources, over the selected time range.

The sessions initiated by the selected user that have the highest network transfer rates, over the selected time range.

General information about the sessions initiated by the selected user, such as the session type, client name, desktop name, additional session details, resource utilization, and latency.

Monitoring Delivery Groups

A Delivery Group specifies which users can access desktops or applications based on their user type. You can monitor the performance of Delivery Groups when you select the Delivery Groups tile on the XenDesktop Environment dashboard. The information appearing in the XenDesktop DeliveryGroup Quick View can help you discover sources of performance degradation such as high number of sessions or machine failures, and to reallocate resources where they are most needed.

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On the navigation panel, under Dashboards, click XenDesktop Environment.
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On the XenDesktop Environment dashboard, on the Monitoring tab, click the Delivery Groups tile.
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In the XenDesktop DeliveryGroup Quick View, in the Delivery Groups view on the left, click a delivery group node.
The XenDesktop DeliveryGroup Quick View refreshes, showing the Summary - Application view on the right.

Investigating Delivery Group details

In your monitored environment, a Delivery Group is a collection of desktops and applications that can be accessed by specific end users. You can review the performance of individual Delivery Groups in the Summary - Delivery Group view. This view allows you to review general information about a selected delivery group along with performance trends in session counts, connected users, machine and connection failures. Use this view to review the general trends in the overall performance of monitored Delivery Groups and to look for any indicators that suggest potential bottlenecks. For example, an unusually high number of connection failures can affect the end-user experience and should be investigated.

General information about the session, such as its name, state, catalog name, type (desktop or application), support type, and the delivery group to which it belongs.

Session and user counts, and the counts of system- and connection-related failures, all over the selected time period.

Displays user logon counts over the selected time period. It also lists the numbers of desktops that are available, disconnected, and in use, and the projected trends.

General information about the session, such as its type (desktop or application), the user associated with the session, client name, desktop name, additional session details, resource utilization, and latency.

Displays the alarms generated against the selected delivery group. Each entry indicates the alarm severity (Warning, Critical, or Fatal), the time when the alarm was generated, and an explanation indicating what triggered the alarm.

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