One of the key new features in the recent Liquit Workspace release is a new Reporting feature. Using a dashboard, Reporting allows you to quickly respond to issues by utilizing continuous and proactive monitoring of the applications, devices and users within your environment. You can configure how your dashboards are synced, this is part of the dashboard functionality.
Reporting is a hosted solution and requires that Liquit Workspace is available from the internet for the Reporting Services to function. A standard license (included in Liquit Workspace) will allow the reporting feature to work based on the last 3 months of data.
It’s very easy to enable it and to gather data. Go into Manage, Reporting, then click ‘Configure’:
Click ‘Enable’ and click ‘Confirm’.
Then click ‘Test connectivity’ to verify the reporting server is able to access your Liquit zone:
And that’s it! Then go into Manage, Portal and click ‘Dashboard’ to view at the reporting data. You will see the following tabs in the lower part of the screen:
- User events All events registered on the users, this report displays how many users accessed Liquit Workspace and when they failed why they failed to do so.
- Application events Find out what the most used applications within you Liquit Workspace environment are, this dashboard displays how many applications have been deployed, installed and launched and whether or not this was success full. By choosing one of the statuses you will be presented by a detailed screen for the status.
- Applications This dashboard displays a list of all applications offered via the Liquit Workspace server. This screen makes it easy to identify potential issues with applications.
- Devices This dashboards displays all available information of devices connected to you Liquit Workspace server.
- Events This dashboard displays all events registered on the Liquit Workspace Server.
If you click ‘Applications’ e.g. you see the details on which applications distributed successfully, which ones failed and successfully installed. And which ones failed and successfully launched. Regardless whether these are web applications, managed packages, local or WVD applications:
The Devices tab show which devices run which OS, OS Type and Liquit Agent version:
From within a selected device you’re able to ‘Drill through’ Event details to zoom into specific details of the selected device:
If you’re using Liquit Workspace 3.6 already, just follow the steps described above to enable Reporting today. Otherwise update to 3.6 first. This Reporting feature is currently in preview and is a hosted solution that will be updated regularly based on customer feedback.
If you’re new to Liquit Workspace, the best way to experience the Liquit Digital Workspace is to try it for yourself. Please visit ‘Get Started‘ for more details.