This application wraps around the VMware View client and allows the user to specify pre-configured settings.
This utility allows administrators to easily apply very detailed filtering to the data and export it to a .CSV file. You can filter on time range, event severity, event source, session type (application or desktop), usernames and event types.
VMware PowerCLI is one of the most successful command line tools for managing your VMware products. With many existing cmdlets designed for the system administrator or vSphere Admin, PowerCLI is the easiest and most powerful tool for managing your environment.
This Fling is a graphical user interface (GUI) application to replace digital certificates on the vCenter Server Appliance.
Android vSphere Big Data Extensions Client is an Android application which provides vSphere BDE users a tool for monitoring and simple management of the vSphere BDE server.
The Horizon View Persona Management Share Validation Tool is a command-line utility that analyzes user profiles and CIFS shares used by Persona Management to ensure minimum security requirements are met. Persona depends on two CIFS shares to function: the central profile store and the redirected folder share.
This Fling generates and collects DCT/SVI logs on multiple Horizon View components, remotely, batchly, and in parallel.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This Fling is intended to be used by end users who run a rolling-release Linux distribution (Arch Linux for instance).
I/O Analyzer is a virtual appliance solution for storage performance measurement for large scale ESX clusters deployment.
PowerActions integrates the vSphere Web Client and PowerCLI to provide complex automation solutions from within the standard vSphere management client.
PowerActions is deployed as a plugin for the vSphere Web Client and will allow you to execute PowerCLI commands and scripts in a vSphere Web Client integrated Powershell console.
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.
This ESX extension adds functionality to ESX to support MAC-learning on vswitch ports. For most ESX use cases, MAC learning is not required as ESX knows exactly which MAC address will be used by a VM.
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.