The All Applications page provides an end-to-end visibility of applications in VMware Aria Operations for Networks.

To access the All Applications page, from the navigation pane, go to Applications > All Applications.

On this page, you can:

  • View the overall health of applications.
  • View applications categorized by different alerts
  • Start one or more troubleshooting incidents
  • Click the Discover button to perform application discovery
  • Click the Add button to add applications manually.
This page has two tabs:
The Dashboard tab of the All Applications page displaying information such as health summary and application changes.

Dashboard Tab

The dashboard tab provides a complete overview of applications in VMware Aria Operations for Networks. The following table describes different elements of the tab:

Elements Description
Applications Health Summary

Shows applications grouped by alerts, security, failed intents, and troubleshooting incidents. To learn more or troubleshoot issues, click the actionable information within the widget.

Application Changes

Shows applications modified in the last 24 hours. You can:

  • Click the number associated with Newly Discovered to view and save newly discovered applications.
  • Click the number associated with Membership Updates to view and update applications having membership changes.
Application Distribution Shows applications grouped by on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments. You can expand each section to view details such as failed intents and unprotected flows.
Top 25 Applications Displays the top 25 applications based on:
  • Critical problems
  • Outgoing traffic
  • Incoming traffic
  • Failed intents
  • Retransmission rate
  • Round trip time
  • Traffic from internet
  • Traffic to internet

You can click an application to open the respective application page.

If you are viewing the top 25 applications based on critical problems, or intent violations, you can click the Troubleshoot button next to the application to start a troubleshooting incident.

List Tab

The list tab displays applications in a table and a map view.

The List tab of the All Applications page displaying the applications in a map view and a table view.

The map and the tabular view are interactive. If you click an application in the tabular view, the hexagon representing the application gets highlighted or focused on the map view, displaying shared services and network connections with other applications.

View Description

The tabular view displays details such as application name, count of members, count of tiers and updated at.

You can do the following:

  • Hover the mouse on the value in the Members column to see the individual count of VMs, physical IPs, and services.

  • Click an application to open the respective application page and view the details of that application.

    To learn more, see Viewing Application Details.

  • Update all applications by clicking the Update All button on top of the table view.

  • Edit or delete an application by clicking respective icons next to the application.
  • Select one or more applications to delete or export in the .csv format.

  • Update applications individually by clicking the Update Available button next to the application.

    To learn more, see Update Application Membership.


On the map view, you can:

  • Hover over a hexagon to see application details such as name, discovered VM count, and the tier count.
  • On hover, click View Details to open the respective application page.
  • Zoom in or zoom out of map by clicking the (+) or the (-) button.
  • View applications with unprotected flows and problems.
  • View applications talking to the internet.
  • View applications using shared services.
  • Click the lines connecting an application to the internet to view flow details such as:
    • Count of source and destination flows
    • Count of unprotected source flows
    • Count of unprotected destination flows
Note: If there are no flows or members associated with the application, a question mark is displayed on the hexagon.