Goliath’s latest release introduces new visualizations that interpret end user experience data on Citrix and VMware Horizon.
VMware has recently released vSphere 7 Update 2, and there is a lot of new stuff to look out for. vSphere, VMware’s server virtualization product, has been an industry favorite for a long time. The vSphere 7 came out in April 2020, and this is so far the second update to it, hence the name. When you look at the changes they’ve rolled out, you’ll know that they are really focusing on some key areas. As a result, VMware infrastructure is getting pretty solid and modern.
One of the new features that came with the latest update of vSphere with Tanzu was the ability to use TKG Extensions. This powerful framework allows simplified deployment and management of multiple open source projects that are backed by VMware support, including alerting with Prometheus, visualization with Grafana, ingress with Contour, and logging with Fluent Bit.
VMware is one of the top virtualization software that allows you to create virtual machines and make the best use of your resources. One of the major focuses of virtualization solutions is to enable optimized use of resources like memory and computing power, but overcommitting your hypervisor towards greedy resource management can lead to severe degradation in the overall performance.
Splunkbase apps are very popular among IT administrators and provide out-of-the-box content for different infrastructure types such as Windows, Unix, VMware, and AWS. As customers expanded their need for more infrastructure types, they historically had to manage and leverage multiple apps.
The success of any digital workspace technology depends on the user experience and VMware Horizon is no exception. There are many aspects of user experience. When a user first connects, the logon must happen quickly. When the user launches a client application (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Google Chrome, etc.), the application must be available for user interactions within seconds.