Licensing for VMware monitors

Licensing for VMware monitors

For VMware components, the pricing is as follows:

VMware Cluster
Consumes two basic monitor licenses
Consumes two basic monitor licenses
ESX/ESXi Hardware
Weightage-based [Consumes one basic monitor license for every 50 sensors]
Virtual Machine
Consumes two basic monitor licenses
Consumes one basic monitor license
Datastore Snapshots
Consumes one basic monitor license
Resource Pool
Consumes one basic monitor license
VMware Horizon
Consumes one advanced monitor license + one basic monitor license for every 25 sessions

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