Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) implementations such as the VMware Horizon View helps enterprises
combat rising data center costs and management headaches. However, many VDI
implementations never reach production level due to costly downtime issues, poor
performance and end-user complaints.
Applications Manager enables comprehensive performance monitoring of the entire VMware Horizon
View service to ensure a healthy VDI environment. It helps you drill down into the Horizon View implementation and its
underlying components, including the View connection broker, hypervisor, VMs, applications, active directory, database, servers and storage hardware. It enables you to minimize
downtime, quickly identify performance issues and take corrective action before the end
users are affected.
Connection Broker Monitoring
Viewing Pool Statistics
Get data about the status of desktop virtual machines and datastores used by
Horizon View pools.
- Understand desktop provisioning for a pool; track the minimum and maximum number of desktops that should be provisioned for a pool.
Identify virtual machines with high workload or datastore capacity in the pool and troubleshoot virtual machines that indicate poor performance.
VM and Sessions Details
vCenter and Composer Domain Details
Event Database and
Reporting , Fault Management and more
With Applications Manager reports, you can proactively identify performance issues and initiate remedial actions quickly to ensure
a great user experience within your virtualized data center. Configure alarms and get notifications of performance problems and downtimes via email and SMS instantly. Effectively plan capacity to optimize virtual desktop performance and guarantee
maximum ROI. Applications Manager also supports monitoring of vCenter Servers, Active Directory, MsSQL or Oracle DB used for Events and Query Monitor with events query.