EUC Score experiments are designed to measures and quantifies perceived end-user experience in remote applications and digital workplaces, both on premises and in the cloud. This is the landing page leading to different examples and categories of EUC test results obtained in community-driven experiments.
The results presented here are only a small subset of many datasets collected during a range of community-driven experiments, but they can give you a good impression of the EUC Score capabilities.
|Test Category and Link||Description|
|Lab Reference Machines||EUC Score Lab: Reference endpoint device NUC2 and reference Windows workstation Lancelot are used to produce baseline datasets. Other test results can be compared against one of these baselines.|
|DaaS on Azure, AWS and GCP||Analyzing Desktop as a Service performance on Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), with and without GPU. Remoting protocols are Frame Remoting Protocol (FRP) and Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).|
|Azure Virtual Desktop||Benchmarking different Azure Virtual Desktop VM types. Some AVD test results are compared with an RDP connection over LAN from the reference endpoint device NUC2 to the reference Windows workstation Lancelot.|
|Windows 365 Cloud PC||Comparing Windows 365 Business Cloud PC with Azure Virtual Desktop and the local reference Windows workstation Lancelot, all connected from the reference endpoint device NUC2.|
|RDP Shortpath||Comparing RDP-TCP and RDP-UDP (= RDP Shortpath) connections to Azure Virtual Desktop VM types with and without GPU.|
|Thin Clients||Benchmarking different thin client devices with IGEL OS when connected to cloud workstations hosted on Azure. Comparing the results to the reference endpoint device NUC2.|
|Citrix Cloud||Benchmarking a Citrix HDX connection from the reference endpoint device NUC2 to a GPU-accelerated Citrix Cloud session hosted in Azure.|
|VMware Horizon||Benchmarking a transatlantic VMware Blast connection from the reference endpoint device NUC2 to a GPU-accelerated session hosted in VMware Test Drive.|
|Parallels RAS||Performance benchmarking of an Azure VM with Parallels RAS 19, including the comparison between HTML5 client and full client.|
EUC Score test results are visualized in the HTML5 Sync Player that runs inside a browser, such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. The Sync Player client area is divided into two foreground media output tiles at the top, a numerical data visualization area at the bottom, and a control and status bar in the footer. The horizontal bar at the top of a screen video tile contains a title on the left and two icons on the right side. A click on the first icon opens a popup with setup details. A click on the second icon zooms into the screen video. A click on the Report button in the bottom right corner of the footer opens an overlay dialog in the data visualization area, showing test observations and findings.
In Single View Mode, the top left tile contains a test run screen video and the top right tile shows animated text representing timely correlated user activities and session runtime details. The numerical data visualization area shows animated telemetry data collected on the host side.
In Double View Mode or Side-by-Side View Mode, both top tiles include test run screen videos with a yellow border on the left side and a red border on the right side. The numerical data visualization area shows animated telemetry data collected on the host side and color-coded according to the video border colors.
If you want to learn how the EUC Score results were produced then check out EUC Score Test Methodology and EUC Score Toolset.