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VMware EUC - Horizon, UAG, VIDM and AppVolumes - NSX Load Balancing - Health Check Monitors

There is no single place to find a consolidated list of Load balancer health check monitors (aka Service Monitors in NSX) for the VMware EUC products:

I have been using VMware NSX load balancer across the board. The below details will provide an overview of what to enter for the health monitors. Note – If you are using something more meaningful  for your environment leave feedback in the comments section. I will try to implement the same and update the blog later.

VMware Unified Access Gateway (UAG)

Create a new Service Monitor under NSX and call is UAG_https_monitor. Refer to the screenshot for more details.

UAG Service Monitor

Send String: GET /favicon.ico


VMware Identity Manager (VIDM)

Create a new Service Monitor under NSX and call is VIDM_https_monitor. Refer to the screenshot for more details.

VIDM Service Monitor

Send String: GET /SAAS/auth/login
Response code: 200s


Horizon Connection Servers

Create a new Service Monitor under NSX and call is Horizon_https_monitor. Refer to the screenshot for more details.

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Send String: GET /broker/xml/
Receive string: /styles/clientlaunch-default


VMware App Volumes

Create a new Service Monitor under NSX and call is AV_https_monitor. Refer to the screenshot for more details.

AV Service Monitor

I hope you will find these monitors useful in monitoring the VMware EUC products.

Thanks,
Aresh Sarkari


3 comments:

Yasar Ali said...

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Sadhana Rathore said...

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Unknown said...

Do any of these monitors focus on the service being available versus the VM being up?

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