This cloud hosted Fling helps users with custom Mobile Device Management (MDM) policy generation that use MDM capabilities available through Microsoft's Windows 10 MDM Configuration Service Providers (CSPs).
Horizon Migration Tool
The Horizon Migration Tool helps you migrate published applications and desktops from XenApp to Horizon View. One XenApp farm is migrated to one or more Horizon View farms.
I/O Analyzer is a virtual appliance solution for storage performance measurement for large scale ESX clusters deployment.
Desktop Watermark is a Windows native application that adds a watermark to a desktop for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) auditing or exhibition purposes. A watermark has the ability to be visible or invisible. Invisible watermarks, seen in the screenshot, can be revealed by a tool bundled in the Fling. The tool should be configured by an administrator and enforced on the end user's desktop.
Cellular Module User Space USB Driver on ESXi
This Fling provides this driver to enable deployment on ESXi on their IoT devices.
Cross vCenter VM Mobility - CLI
Cross vCenter VM Mobility - CLI is a command line interface (CLI) tool that can be used to migrate or clone a VM from one host to another host managed by a linked or isolated vCenter (VC) instance.
PowerCLI Preview for NSX-T
This Fling provides a community preview of the upcoming PowerCLI commands for NSX-T management.
App Volumes Backup Utility
This Fling allows VMware App Volumes AppStacks and Writable Volumes to be backed up and recovered.
The Horizon Toolbox is a new web portal that serves as an extension to Horizon View Administrator.
Simple Natural Language Processing for iOS
Simple Natural Language Processing for iOS provides developers with a convenient framework for integrating Natural Language Processing (NLP) into their iOS Apps.
VMFork for pyVmomi
What would you do if you could instantiate hundreds of VMs that are booted up and ready-to-use in just a few seconds? We present VMFork-- a new technology in VMware ESX Hypervisor-- that lets you do just that. VMFork enables "forking" instances of a live, powered-on VM, each with its own unique identity.