• Information Aggregation

    Project Raley unifies many different data sources found in a typical RDS/Citrix environment into an overall picture. You no longer have to open many different tools to gather information on a common object. Project Raley puts the pieces together for you.

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  • Historical Configuration Changes

    Need to know who changed your Citrix configuration settings, what was changed, and when they did it? The Citrix Configuration Logging database has the answer. Project Raley seamlessly mines data from this data source on demand.

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  • Realtime Data

    Data doesn’t have to be historical; data can be real time too. Project Raley uses custom services to gather real time data from your RDS/Citrix environment – regardless of XenApp version.

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  • Cloud Data

    What about data that is not on your premises such as Azure, AWS, Azure Remote App, etc? Project Raley can reach out to get that data too.

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Information Aggregation

In a typical Citrix environment, there is a lot of data kept in disparate sources for common entities. For instance, a XenApp server may have data kept in EdgeSight, the Configuration Logging Database, WMI, event logs, etc. The goal of Project Raley is to unify these data sources in an easily viewable web interface.

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Historical Configuration Chages

Project Raley uses the Citrix Configuration Logging database to deliver context-sensitive data about Citrix configuration changes on demand – meaning that when you view a user object in Project Raley, all the changes the user has made are displayed.

Project Raley also provides a powerful searching mechanism to find changes made in your environment by harnessing the power of LINQ to SQL.

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Realtime Data

Project Raley includes customized Windows Communications Foundation (WCF) services to gather real time data about your Citrix environment. Project Raley’s WCF services utilize MFCOM for environments running XenApp 5.0 and below and PowerShell for environments running XenApp 6 and above.

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