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Uila announces support for VMware vSphere 7.0 for its full-stack monitoring solution
Uila Inc. announced the support of the new VMware vSphere 7.0 for VM-based applications. With this announcement, VMware users are now assured with the industry's premier full-stack and agentless monitoring solution for support of the latest and greatest updates from VMware.

"Uila has been a VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program member since the beginning of the company, which gives our customers the full advantage of a streamlined integration and interoperability of our solution with VMware solutions," said Chia-chee Kuan, Founder and CEO for Uila, " And with this new update, we continue to show our commitment to the relationship, and bring our unique agentless and application-centric approach of monitoring to any user of the latest VMware virtual infrastructure for reducing any unplanned outage for their mission-critical applications. With our Deep Packet Inspection capability based on the traffic from the vSphere environment, users have access to the industry's largest application classification database of more than 3,500 applications, empowering them to solve any application and infrastructure challenges that they may face."

In the last couple of product releases, Uila has been focused on developing its solution for monitoring the latest VMware deployments based on NSX-T Data CenterTM and HorizonĀ® VDI. This includes support for the industry's first automated Application Dependency Mapping for Horizon and the integration with Horizon to get user session information for faster problem isolation and resolution.

This new support for vSphere 7.0 is available as part of Uila's solution today and all vSphere users can put this capability to the test by signing up for a complimentary trial from

Published Wednesday, July 15, 2020 9:44 AM by David Marshall
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