We’re happy to announce the release of SolarWinds® Storage Performance Monitor, a standalone free tool that provides a consolidated view of all your storage array’s performance.
Designed for storage and systems administrators in organizations of any size, Storage Performance Monitor gives your team insight into total IOPS and throughput on storage pools, LUNs, and NAS Volumes.
Arrays supported by Storage Performance Monitor Free Tool:
- Dell EMC Isilon
- Dell EMC Unity
- Dell EMC VNX / CLARiiON
- Dell EqualLogic PS Series
- IBM DS-8000
- IBM FlashSystem A9000
- IBM FlashSystem V7000/v3700
- NetApp AFF series
- NetApp ONTAP
The Storage Performance Monitor free tool allows you to add as many storage arrays as you wish. Simply click the “ADD STORAGE ARRAY” button, select the appropriate array type, and provide your connection details. Once you’ve added your array to Storage Performance Monitor free tool, it will load polling interval, discovery interval, and thresholds from global settings. You can edit these thresholds locally – per entity, by clicking the vertical ellipsis button.
You can then fine-tune your thresholds for this entity. If you do not wish to monitor it, simply keep the threshold empty. You won’t then get any notifications about this entity.
What else does Storage Performance Monitor do?
- Allows you to add as many arrays as you wish
- Creates a notification when any of the following conditions are met:
- a metric exceeds a threshold,
- the tool cannot connect to the array,
- the array topology changes.
- Can write all notifications into Microsoft Event Log.
For more detailed information about the Storage Performance Monitor, please see the SolarWinds Storage Performance Monitor Quick Reference guide here on THWACK®: https://thwack.solarwinds.com/docs/DOC-192403
Download SolarWinds Storage Performance Monitor: https://www.solarwinds.com/free-tools/storage-performance-monitor
For more advanced storage monitoring, try the evaluation version of Storage Resource Monitor, which gives you these features in addition:
- Store historical data
- Monitor hardware health
- Monitor additional performance metric – storage latency
- Monitor storage capacity
- Map storage to hosts/VMs/applications
- runs as a Windows service
- Web front end