Dell EMC’s Networking Plug-in Summary Description:

The Dell EMC Networking plug-in lets an admin create an inventory of the physical network devices they wish to monitor. After the devices are discovered, the plug-in associates the virtual machine mapping to the physical device and the physical interfaces they connect to. The physical device alerts, health, CPU and memory utilization usage, and health is monitored and reported on the dashboards. There is no function to change the physical configuration of the physical devices in any way from this plug-in. This helps the Network Admins maintain control of the devices configuration and still share information that is relevant to other admins.
An administrator of a Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) would find this physical network information very helpful.

BENEFITS: What are the benefits of Dell EMC’s Networking Plug-in Solution for vSphere?

  • Physical Network Inventory and health monitoring
  • VM to physical network mapping
  • Alerts, traps, and notifications related to field replaceable units in the network

For more information, visit Dell EMC website
Dell EMC Networking Plug-in VSX Link:

Take a look at Dell EMC’s Networking Plug-in Solution

Screen Shot #1: Dell EMC Networking Plug-in Summary
Screen Shot #2: Physical Inventory Summary
Screen Shot #3: Device Inventory
Screen Shot #4: Connected VM

VMware’s Web Client Plug-in Certification Program:

Many companies are building and certifying their plug-in. We have seen a surge in HTML 5 plugins being certified in 2017. Through VMware certification program, partners can ensure a better end user experience and have the trusted VMware brand behind their plug-in. Look for new partner web client plug-in certifications in 2017! Thanks to all of our partners for supporting the VMware vSphere web client plug-in certification and partner program.

VMware’s Solution Exchange (VSX):

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