Workspace One UEM Workload Migration Tool
The Workspace One UEM Workload Migration Tool allows migration of Applications and Device configurations between different Workspace One UEM environments.
Virtual Machine Compute Optimizer
The Virtual Machine Computer Optimizer (VMCO) is a Powershell script that uses the PowerCLI module to capture information about the hosts and VMS running in your vSphere environment, and reports back on whether the VMs are configured optimally based on the Host CPU and memory.
vSphere Mobile Client
vSphere Mobile Client enables administrators to monitor and manage vSphere infrastructure directly from any mobile device.
vSAN Performance Monitor
The vSAN performance monitor is a monitoring and visualization tool based on vSAN Performance metrics.
vRealize Operations REST Notifications Helper
vRealize Operations REST Notifications Helper helps vRealize Operations Manager users improve and customize the REST notifications of alerts. It collects the most useful information about an alert before sending it to third parties.
vRealize Build Tools
vRealize Build Tools provides tools to development and release teams implementing solutions based on vRealize Automation (vRA) and vRealize Orchestrator (vRO).
The VIB Author tool allows ESXi administrator to create custom VIBs at the Community Supported level. VIB stands for vSphere Installation Bundle and is a way of packaging programs that run on ESXi hosts. The custom VIBs can then be used in house, or made available to a wider audience.
USB Network Native Driver for ESXi
This Fling supports the most popular USB network adapter chipsets found in the market.
VMware OS Optimization Tool
The VMware OS Optimization Tool helps optimize Windows desktops for use with VMware Horizon View.
DoD Security Technical Implementation Guide(STIG) ESXi VIB
This VIB has been developed to help customers rapidly implement the more challenging aspects of the vSphere STIG. These include the fact that installation is time consuming and must be done manually on the ESXi hosts. In certain cases, it may require complex scripting, or even development of an in-house VIB that would not be officially digitally signed by VMware (and therefore would not be deployed as a normal patch would).