VM Resource and Availability Service
This Fling enables you to perform a what-if analysis for host failures on your infrastructure.
vMaxGuide is an Android application that provides a comparative view of components across three versions of vSphere. Users can swipe between the different platforms and select the component of interest.
The ViewDbChk tool allows administrators to scan for, and fix provisioning errors that can not be addressed using View Administrator. Provisioning errors occur when there are inconsistencies between the LDAP, vCenter and View Composer databases. These can be caused by: direct editing of the vCenter inventory, restoring a backup, or a long term network problem.
Container Orchestration on vSphere with Big Data Extensions
This Fling lets you deploy Big Data Extensions on vSphere Standard Edition for the purpose of experimentation and proof-of-concept projects to explore the potential of running Hadoop in a virtualized environment.
Storage Profiles Updater
This Fling is a simple tool that enables the migration of vCloud Director virtual machines and templates from the default any storage profile to a specific storage profile. The tool can be run from the command-line with the help of a configuration file, and it allows you to change storage profiles in a batch style of processing.
ESXtopNGC Plugin is an enhanced, plugin-version of ESXtop for the vSphere Web Client. The plugin displays ESX server stats in new and more powerful ways by tapping into the GUI capabilities of the Web Client.
DKMS Module for VMware Workstation
This Fling is intended to be used by end users who run a rolling-release Linux distribution (Arch Linux for instance).
Have you ever wanted to give your users access to certain virtual infrastructure tasks instead of the entire vCenter Client?
WebCommander is a way to do this! WebCommander was designed as a framework to wrap your PowerShell and PowerCLI scripts into an easy-to-access web service.
BatchV2V is a command line utility that helps to simplify batch V2V operations utilizing VMware Converter. On first run, BatchV2V outputs a configuration file that can be used multiple times to batch copy one virtual machine to many other targets. For many administrators, this is done manually on a regularly scheduled basis with VMware Converter.
Services Virtual File System
Building on top of the FUSE API (Linux specific) and the llfuse library, Services Virtual File System (SVFS) aims to provide an easy way to custom create a file system that integrates seamlessly with your Linux file system. Additionally, it enables almost all file system operations to be performed on it.
Latency Sensitivity Troubleshooting Tool
The Latency Sensitivity Troubleshooting Tool provides scripts and examples to troubleshoot configuration and performance problems with the Latency Sensitivity feature in VMware vSphere 5.5.