Friday, October 6, 2017

Microsoft Ignite 2017 Benchmarking demo with Outlook Search performance and FSLogix

I presented a session at Microsoft Ignite 2017, for more details on the session check out this blog post: Recap of the session I presented at Microsoft Ignite 2017 Part of that session was also a demo on benchmarking Remote End User Experience. After the session I've received a lot of questions about the specific test I used as the example, so I decided to elaborate on it some more in this blog post.

The example test I showed was performed to benchmark outlook search performance when using FSLogix Office 365 container. If you're not familiar with the product, check out this page:

Here are some of the results from that benchmarking test:

"...When users roam from RD session host to another RD Session host, their search experience is far better with FSLogix. This is because it roams the search index on per user basis inside the user’s profile container; there is no need to re-index a user’s Outlook OST no matter which RD Session Host server they end up on..."

"...During our test runs we could observe time and time again that secondary FSLogix users that had Outlook indexed had a far better user experience in than secondary UPD users who had to have their OSTs indexed. The FSLogix secondary users got consistent returned results for searches that used the Windows Local Search service while the UPD secondary users did not..."

If you want more information on all the tests we (RDS Gurus) performed check out this article:

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