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Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager

Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager


Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager shows the application dependencies between virtual machines in a disaster recovery site. This tool is packaged as a standalone virtual appliance, which can be easily set up in an environment which runs vCenter, vCenter Site Recovery Manager, and vCenter Infrastructure Navigator.

vCenter Site Recovery Manager users currently can protect their virtual machines by creating protection groups. This fling identifies dependencies between virtual machines in a protected site and displays the information in a HTML user interface. This view will allow users to easily gauge which virtual machines should be protected to keep a multi-VM application running.


System Requirements

  • vCenter 5.0 or 5.1
  • vCenter Site Recovery Manager 5.0 or 5.1
  • vCenter Infrastructure Navigator 1.1 or 1.2


This download is deployed as an OVF or OVA.

For more information, please see the User’s Guide to Deploying vApps and Virtual Appliances.


Change Log


Karthik NM Rao

Site Recovery Management R&D

Glenn McElhoe

DynamicOps R&D

Robert Sullivan

User Experience
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15 thoughts on “Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager

  1. RG

    I deployed the appliance, launched web console, Able to login web gui (using root/vmware), but it just shows config information like (timezone, proxy etc), where is the gui…Is there plugin in vSphere client..I dont see that anywhere???

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  5. Gary

    After setting this up I never receive any data back, just a “loading dependencies” message. Should this work with VIN2.0 ? Also, how is the VIN appliance referenced and the SRM servers ?

        1. Karthik Rao

          There are no plans to port the fling to Vsphere and SRM 5.5 and VIN 2.0 as as of now. Sorry about that.

  6. Felipe Nicacio

    Good Morning.
    What login and password I have to use to access cli command for configure the network?

    1. Karthik Rao

      @Francesco: Let me get back to you on whether a vSphere5.5 version would be available.
      @Felipe: Its root/vmware. I will see if I can update the instructions

    1. Karthik Rao


      You can access application dependency data from vCenter Infrastructure Navigator UI. This fling is to assist SRM users to set up protection groups to protect applications running across VMs.



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