Exciting New Published Application Metrics
Posted By Gadi Feldman
January 18, 2018
ControlUp was born from the EUC world. A world full of remote sessions, remote protocols, published desktops and published applications, each with lots of moving parts. From its early days ControlUp provided good coverage and lots of metrics for most of these moving parts. You can monitor sessions, processes, logon times, the servers as a […]
Great New Update to the Analyze Logon Duration Script
Posted By Niron Koren
January 16, 2018
Hi there ControlUpers! A new and most welcomed update to our most popular script, which I have written – Analyze Logon Duration – has been released. You’ll find two major aspects that are new in the updated script: The Analyze Logon Duration script now fully supports Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. In an effort to make things easier […]
Everything you NEED to know about RDSH
Posted By Theresa Miller
January 11, 2018
RDSH is a role within Remote Desktop Services that can be used to deploy virtual workstations or applications with the Microsoft technology platform.  There was a time when this really wasn’t considered a good option for your virtualization deployment.  However, with its advancements over the years, today it can be an extremely viable option right […]
ControlUp 7.1 – A minor version number increase, a giant leap for sysadmins
Posted By ControlUp Team
January 11, 2018
ControlUp provides a unique platform that lets you monitor, troubleshoot and optimize your IT infrastructure. We are continually improving our product to help our community run a reliable and optimized IT operation. ControlUp 7.1 brings a ton of new capabilities to systems administrators. Along with enhanced host and VM visibility, this release adds NetScaler monitoring […]
Copy your Active Directory OU structure to ControlUp
Posted By Eugene
November 15, 2017
NOTE: This post is being updated to reflect ControlUp 8.1 capabilities. Missing some structure? ControlUp’s organization tree offers a nice way of organizing your monitored computers, much like in many IT management systems. One limitation of this tree is the fact that it needs to be created and maintained manually. Usually, admins base their ControlUp […]
A Better Way to Monitor NetScaler Load Balancer for Container-Based Web Applications
Posted By Niron Koren
September 20, 2017
We just released a new version of the NetScaler Monitor with some nifty additions like the ability to monitor CPXs, more info about gateways’ certificates and policies, the ability to change connection settings and some other general improvements. Download here Whether you use NetScaler as a Gateway for your Citrix environment or as a Load […]
Making AWS Performance and Cost Management Easy
Posted By Dan Levtov
September 13, 2017
The native AWS management console provides the ITOps team managing their AWS Instances the ability to see configuration and performance stats of those instances, but not without flaws. With the AWS management console it is difficult to spot an instance which is stressed unless a specific alarm has been set up. What’s more, the data […]
See All Browser URLs In The ControlUp Real-Time Console
Posted By Dan Levtov
September 11, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKMTBHYXJls&t=10sIn a business world increasingly dominated by browsers as more applications and more of our users’ time is spent within browsers for both internal application usage as well as external internet usage, the browser becomes a critical element to monitor for performance, user experience and security aspects.  The browser itself is a platform in which […]
All Your Datastores In One Place – Now In ControlUp
Posted By Dan Levtov
August 07, 2017
Up until now, Datastores were shown in the ControlUp real-time console as collective aggregated data via the host, displaying the high level, collective information. With the introduction of ControlUp V7, the real-time console has a brand new detailed view for Datastores, showing all the Datastores as individual objects, complete with live metrics and metadata. The […]
Free & Powerful Netscaler Monitor
Posted By Gadi Feldman
July 21, 2017
If you have kids you’re familiar with that moment, when they start to walk by themselves, ride a bicycle without training wheels or start attending the first grade, that feeling you get which blends anxiety and happiness at this special moment with fears and worries. Try to recall when you felt that sentiment – or […]
Introducing The All New ControlUp V7
Posted By Dan Levtov
July 20, 2017
ControlUp has evolved and grown significantly over the years, adding more value and functionalities. Our teams constantly strive to make ControlUp as useful and user friendly as possible, making sure you get all the visibility you need, the power to take action and fix problems immediately, and the ability to make sense of the information […]
See All The Golden Nuggets – Top Insights Dashboard
Posted By Dan Levtov
July 11, 2017
ControlUp Insights, our historical reporting and analytics portal, offers a vast array of interactive historical reports with powerful drill down capabilities to deliver analytic insights regarding your virtual infrastructure and environment. Since ControlUp Insights collects a wide variety of performance data, it actually has a lot of hidden treasures that can be discovered. But now […]
The Best Of Citrix Synergy 2017
Posted By Dan Levtov
July 07, 2017
What an event! ControlUp is no rookie at conferences, and attended Citrix Synergy many years consecutively. But boy, we’ve never had a Synergy like this! We started out strong and kept rising – as a first time gold sponsor we had the largest booth in our history of shows, and our teams put in a […]
The Power Of Contextual Remediation – Captain Hindsight Is Actually Useful!
Posted By Dan Levtov
June 05, 2017
What’s The Deal With Contextual Remediation? If you’ve had the chance to use ControlUp for a bit, you’ve probably already seen how you can spot an issue on one of the higher level hosts and correlate that red flag to the actual problem by double clicking and drilling down into the VM, the user session, […]