How to Monitor AVD Host Pools Using eG Enterprise?
To monitor AVD host pools, you can either have eG Enterprise automatically discover the host pools and then proceed to manage them using the eG admin interface, or you can manually add the host pools to the eG Enterprise system. The topic below discusses both these procedures.
Managing an AVD Host Pool
eG Enterprise is capable of automatically discovering AVD host pools. This discovery is agent-based and can be performed by either of the following eG agents:
Where the Microsoft Azure Subscription is monitored, the eG remote agent monitoring that cloud automatically discovers the AVD host pools managed by the target Azure cloud subscription/account;
Where the Microsoft Azure Subscription is not managed, the eG agent deployed on an AVD session host for host pool monitoring can automatically discover the AVD host pool to which it belongs.
Once the host pools are discovered, eG Enterprise automatically manages them. Now, let us see if any tests need to be configured for the discovered host pools. For this, do the following:
Follow the Infrastructure -> Components -> Add/Modify menu sequence in the Admin tile menu of.
In the page that appears next, select Microsoft AVD Host Pool as the Component type. The AVD host pools that were auto-discovered will then be listed (see Figure 26).
To know if any eG tests associated with the target host pool need to be manually configured, click the icon corresponding to any of the auto-managed host pools in Figure 26. will then appear.
Figure 27 : Specific Test Configuration page of the target AVD host pool
As you can see, the UNCONFIGURED TESTS list box in is empty, implying that no tests are pending configuration. Also, the CONFIGURED TESTS list box is fully populated, implying that all tests mapped to the target host pool are pre-configured. You can thus conclude that there are no tests that need to be manually configured.
Therefore, sign out of the eG admin interface and proceed to view the performance results that eG reports for the target host pool.