Announcing uberAgent for Apple macOS
We are proud of what we have achieved. In the six years of its existence, uberAgent has been deployed to more than half a million endpoints. Some of the world’s most successful enterprises are using uberAgent’s metrics to improve their users’ experience. Our customers typically start out with uberAgent at one type of endpoint, e.g. Citrix Virtual Apps. Once they see the product’s enormous practical value in their own environment, they often expand and deploy uberAgent to their other types of Windows devices, too: physical, virtual, RDSH, PCs, and laptops.
But why stop there?
Many organizations have a certain percentage of Macs. This number could be as low as 5% or as high as 20%, but it is there. As soon as you have fantastic Windows monitoring, you want it for your Macs, too. A single product that spans all relevant platforms in end-user computing, collecting the same high-quality metrics for macOS as it does for Windows. That is what we are announcing today.
uberAgent on macOS is not a separate product. It is covered by the existing licenses. Customers just need to ensure they have enough licenses to cover their Mac users, too.
We are working hard to port all the good qualities from the Windows version of uberAgent while making sure that uberAgent feels just right on the macOS platform. We hope to be able to release a beta version later this year.