The Application proxies you add and configure are displayed in the Manage VMware Application Proxy panel.

You can view the name of the VMware Application Proxy added and the number of vCenters managed, in the Manage VMware Application Proxy panel.

If there are newer versions of VMware Application Proxy available, you see the Updates available label on the top right corner of the Manage VMware Application Proxy panel. Point to the Updates available label to view a tooltip that displays a URL. You can upgrade VMware Application Proxy from this URL.

Where You Can Configure the Application Proxy

To configure an application proxy, from the menu, select Home, and then from the left pane select Application Monitoring (Wavefront). From the right pane, click the Manage VMware Application Proxy panel.

Table 1. Options

Options

Description

Download

You can download VMware Application Proxy. For information about deploying VMware Application Proxy, see Deploy VMware Application Proxy.

Add

You can map a vCenter Server with a VMware Application Proxy.

When you click Test Connection to validate the connection, the Review and Accept Certificate dialog box is displayed. Click Accept if you trust the certificate.

Edit

You can modify the VMware Application Proxy configuration details or the details of the vCenter Servers that are managed.

After you modify the details and click Test Connection, the Review and Accept Certificate dialog box is displayed if you have not already accepted the certificate. Click Accept if you trust the certificate. The connection is then validated.

Delete

You can delete the application proxy. Data will not be sent to Wavefront. Ensure that you uninstall the agents from the VMs that are monitored before you delete the application proxy.

You can also view specific details from the options in the data grid.

Table 2. Data Grid Options

Option

Description

Name

Displays the FQDN of the VMware Application Proxy.

Version

Displays the version of VMware Application Proxy. A gray dot is displayed if there is a newer version of VMware Application Proxy available.

vCenters Managed

Displays the number of vCenter Servers mapped to the VMware Application Proxy.

Proxy Server Status

Indicates the health of the VMware Application Proxy.

  • Green. Indicates that the VMware Application Proxy is healthy.

  • Red. Indicates that the VMware Application Proxy is not healthy.

    Point to this cell to view a tooltip that displays the cause if the health status is red.

The progress status is displayed when data collection has not started.

Wavefront Connection Status

Indicates the health of the VMware Application Proxy's connection to Wavefront.

  • Green. Indicates a healthy connection.

  • Red. Indicates that the connection is not healthy.

    Point to this cell to view a tooltip that displays the cause if the health status is red.

The progress status is displayed when data collection has not started.

The top left corner of the Manage VMware Application Proxy panel displays the status of the operation.

Table 3. Status Details

Status

Description

Orange warning symbol

Indicates that you have not added VMware Application Proxy.

Green tick mark

Indicates that all instances of VMware Application Proxy are healthy.