Horizon Pod and Blocks

One key concept in a Horizon environment design is the use of pods and blocks, which gives us a repeatable and scalable approach. Horizon Pod A pod is made up of a group of interconnected Connection Servers that broker connections to desktops or published applications. A pod can broker up to 20,000 sessions (12,000 recommended),... Continue Reading →

Advanced Monitoring for Horizon with ControlUp

From version 8.1 and up, ControlUp allows VMware Horizon integration by monitoring and collecting metadata directly from the Horizon API. This allows ControlUp to display real-time Horizon-specific information. ControlUp's solution is a comprehensive monitoring, management, and remediation system that provides deep visibility into the real-time activity of servers, workstations, user sessions, and their applications. ControlUp... Continue Reading →

vRealize Network Insight 6.0 Upgrade

vRealize Network Insight, release after release has truly solved the challenges organizations have been facing around network troubleshooting (performance or packet drops), security planning and having an application centric view of datacenter objects, from a networking and security perspective. They could be On-premise workloads or across hybrid / public cloud Infrastructures. While I intend to... Continue Reading →

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