Storage Performance Tester is a one-click storage performance test tool, which is able to collect IOPS, latency and CPU cycles per I/O for ESXi storage stack. This tool automates all the testing steps including the customized VMs deployment, I/O workload running, and storage performance analysis.
vSphere Mobile Client enables administrators to monitor and manage vSphere.
Horizon Reach aims to resolve this disconnect between Cloud pods and distinct environments by discovering, monitoring and alerting on issues across your entire Horizon estate from a single UI. Horizon Reach gives alerts, usage reports, insights, etc. in a web console.
The vSAN performance monitor is a monitoring and visualization tool based on vSAN Performance metrics.
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.
The Horizon Helpdesk Utility is designed to be a tool used by real help desk agents.
Thanks for using the ESXi Compatibility Checker Tool. This tool will no longer be updated or supported. Please use the new fling "Solution Designer" to validate the ESXi Compatibility.
This Fling is a Windows driver that can be used to update the microcode on a computer system’s central processor(s) (“CPU”). This type of update is most commonly performed by a system’s firmware (“BIOS”).
Vmss2core is a tool to convert VMware checkpoint state files into formats that third party debugger tools understand. It can handle both suspend (.vmss) and snapshot (.vmsn) checkpoint state files (hereafter referred to as a 'vmss file') as well as both monolithic and non-monolithic (separate .vmem file) encapsulation of checkpoint state data.
PowerCLI Core uses Microsoft PowerShell Core and .Net Core to provide the functionality previously only available to Windows users now to Linux, Mac and Docker users.
Virtual Machine Desired State Configuration (VMDSC) allows virtual administrators to specify VM CPU/Memory desired state which will take effect upon the next Guest OS reboot. This removes the burden of having to schedule a downtime window with the business/app owners.
VMware Horizon Session Recording allows administrators of a VMware Horizon environment record their users activity in their Blast Extreme virtual desktop and application sessions.