Byte Solves Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Challenges with ScienceLogic

| October 12, 2017

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Byte needed a better way to proactively monitor VDI. They created new dashboards and customized ScienceLogic PowerPacks to monitor the number of users connected to each VDI to prevent bottlenecks.

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