uberAgent 2.1 Released

uberAgent for Splunk version 2.1 is available. This release adds visibility into Citrix, VMware and Microsoft remoting sessions with the protocols ICA (HDX), RDP and PCoIP. It also helps narrow down Outlook startup performance problems, adds support for the Splunk CIM and enables customers to use new per-user licenses as an alternative to per-device licenses. As always upgrading is highly recommended. Please see the changelog for details. The new version can be downloaded here.

uberAgent 2.1

About uberAgent

uberAgent is a Splunk agent for monitoring Windows machines. It focuses on user experience and application performance monitoring. Its highlights include detailed information about boot and logon duration (showing why and when boots/logons are slow), network latency per target and process, process startup duration, application usage metering, browser performance per website and remoting protocol insights.

For more information visit uberAgent’s website.

About Helge Klein GmbH

Helge Klein GmbH develops enterprise-grade tools for administrators. These include uberAgent for Splunk (user experience and application performance monitoring), Delprof2 (profile deletion), SetACL and SetACL Studio (permissions management). Our tools have been downloaded more than half a million times and are used by enterprises worldwide.

Our CTO, Helge Klein, is an experienced consultant and developer. As a consultant he has worked in Windows and Citrix projects for large corporations. As a developer he architected the user profile management product whose successor is now available as Citrix Profile Management. In 2009 Helge received the Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) award, in 2011 he was nominated a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), in 2014 he was a Splunk Revolution Award Winner. Helge can be found on Twitter as @HelgeKlein. He frequently presents at conferences and user group events like Citrix Synergy, BriForum or E2EVC.

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