Our research is based on 116 million individual application launches at 280 organizations over a period of six months. We focused on five most common Microsoft end user applications, and Google Chrome. We studies the top three metrics (average application load time, variations of those times, and how often those applications were launched, within an organization and across the industry
We dove into resource provisioning of 148,000 servers across 943 organizations in order to answer questions such as: Are organizations over-provisioning VMs? What are the implications of over-provisioning? Are newer OSs consuming more resources or less? What steps should we take towards right-sizing VMs?
We concluded a big data research, studying individual application and VDI logons over a period of just under 2 years. Our findings led to the first-ever benchmark driven by global community data, which suggests a definitive guideline as to how long a healthcare organization’s logon process should take, and what are realistic goals for performance improvement.