Use the Horizon VDI Pools dashboard to view the performance of VDI desktop pools and sessions in your Horizon environment. VDI desktop pools include linked-clone, instant-clone, automated, and manual desktop pools.

Table 1. Horizon VDI Pools Widgets

Widget

What It Shows

VDI Desktop Pools

All VDI desktop pools in the environment and their type, health, capacity used, and number of sessions. Select a desktop pool to see related information in the other widgets.

Desktop Applications

All configured applications hosted by a VDI desktop.

Note:

You must manually configure applications that you want to appear in the Desktop Applications widget. For more information, see Configure Desktop Applications.

VDI Desktop Pool VMs

All virtual machines in the selected desktop pool. Point to any virtual machine for details.

Top VDI Desktop VM CPU Workload

VDI desktop virtual machines with the highest CPU workload.

Top VDI Desktop VM Memory Workload

VDI desktop virtual machines with the highest memory workload.

Top VDI Desktop VM Datastore IO Workload

VDI desktop virtual machines with the highest datastore I/O workload.

Top VDI Desktop VM Network IO Workload

VDI desktop virtual machines with the highest network I/O workload.

VDI Desktop Pool Indicator Metrics

Metrics for the selected desktop pool and a graph of how they have changed over time.

Desktop Application Users

History of user logon information for the selected application.

VDI Desktop Sessions

All desktop sessions in the selected desktop pool. Point to any session for details.

Top VDI Desktop Session PCoIP Latency

VDI desktop sessions with the highest PCoIP latency.

Top VDI Desktop Session PCoIP TX Bandwidth

VDI desktop sessions with the highest PCoIP transfer bandwidth.

Top VDI Desktop Session TX Packet Loss

VDI desktop sessions with the highest transfer packet loss rate.

Top VDI Desktop Session Logon Time

VDI desktop sessions with the longest logon time.