Aug 18 2022 03:12 AM - last edited on Oct 25 2022 09:25 AM by Heather Poulsen
Link to Public Preview Blog - Public preview of Windows 365 Endpoint analytics to proactively monitor Cloud PCs - Microsoft Tech Community
I am thrilled to announce the General Availability of two Windows 365 Endpoint Analytics reports, Resource performance and Remoting connection, which have been in Public Preview for the last few months. We used your feedback to improve these reports and launch them today.
The resource performance report helps Windows 365 administrators understand if users have been assigned the right set of resources for their individual needs, monitor performance, identify issues and root causes, and take proactive actions such as resize the device.
Today we show CPU and RAM spikes to provide insights on user experience and score the devices based on a proprietary algorithm that considers total usage duration and percentage of spikes to recommend a resize.
A positive Cloud PC user experience relies upon the user's speed connecting to their Cloud PC and the reliability of networks. The Remoting connection report provides visibility to the quality of connections and the impact on user experience. This report displays two key charts:
The charts display data aggregated over a one-day period and omit those the days for which there is no data available, such as during weekends and/or public holidays. Both these performance charts provide key inputs for administrators to help assess any potential problems with Cloud PC access. You can find more information about the Remoting Connection report and what individual data points mean at Remoting connection report for Windows 365 | Microsoft Docs
Aug 18 2022 09:09 AM
Aug 30 2022 04:14 PM
Is anything required to make these visible? I don't have them.
Aug 31 2022 08:13 PM