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Application View

Application View in Migration Planner


To access the Application View from the Main Dashboard, click on the Home button in the top right-hand corner of the screen then click on Migration Planner.


Select the Graph option and click on Open Classic Console to access Migration Planner.
Note: The Machine and Application View in Migration Planner are currently available only in Classic Console.


Open Classic Console option will load the results summary page, click on the ‘View Details’ option


From the results dashboard, click Dashboard -> Migration Planner.


‘Click’ on the ‘Application View’ button on the top left of the screen.

To expand the view of applications ‘Click’ on the ‘Plus’ button on the center of the canvas.

A list of applications will be displayed in their default groupings. To view more information on the application click on the icon.

A summary of the application will be displayed on the right side of the page. This information will include the application information as well as the hosts the application was discovered on.

‘Click’ on the icon under ‘Application Info’ to display the application description, application category, vendor and links to more information.

Automated Application Grouping


The left hand panel in the application view groups the applications in various different manners:

  • Commercial off-the-shelf software (COTS) applications such as Sharepoint, Citrix, VMware, Symantec, and many others to identify well-known apps from patterns and processes which have been captured in our application library.

  • Non COTS software is identified by the types of processes and patterns of communication indicating that the processes are working together as a single application or application component. These applications are labeled ‘App 0’, ‘App 1’, ‘App 2’, etc. in the left hand panel  

  • The remaining applications are identified by which processes appear to be working together to form an application or application component. These applications are labeled ‘Apps on machine_name’. Our software searches for well known patterns in components like web servers and databases and then analyzes the processes which interact with them to determine if they can likely be considered a part of a larger application. 










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