Support for EMC VNXe.
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Want to add a multi-vendor storage hardware monitoring, such as power supplies, fans, temperature, controller battery, SFP modules, UPS, disk and other hardware information. Now the problems frequently encountered are: disk failure can not be timely warning.
Add functionality to Storage Manager to support gathering performance statistics and logical mapping information from HBA cards on Unix/Linux/*nix. Note: Storage Manager already has support for monitoring HBA's on Solaris. This applies to non-Solaris *nix systems.'s
Hello, I have had a few Clients now that have smaller Visualization environment and leverage QNAP for the storage platform. It would be nice to have this support in SRM/STM. Best Regards, Derik Pfeffer Loop1 Systems: SolarWinds Training and Professional Services LinkedIN: Loop1 Systems Facebook: Loop1 Systems Twitter: @Loop1Systems
Hello, we have this system for some years now and the perspective for replacing is in the following 2 years from now. As the rate of disk failure is increasing, we would love to have it in SRM module to quickly monitor it. Thank you!
Add support for EMC Data Domain deduplication storage systems to Storage Manager. Oct 2019: For all of you who have been waiting on DataDomain Support, check out SRM 2019.4 RC - Data Domain is in the SRM house!
We'd like to see support for Microsoft StorSimple appliances to be monitored as a storage node in SRM. Right now we are only able to see the VMware side of it through the ESX hosts, but nothing on the storage side.
Hello SolarWinds Support, I would like to request the inclusion / creation of a visualization feature related to Storage NetApp. Would it be possible to develop a visualization feature for "Storage Efficiency" collection by Cluster and Aggregates? Following is the resource image in Storage: Ty, Lucas Oliveira
SRM support for EMC PowerMax storage. The PowerMax family is the first Dell EMC hardware platform with a storage back-end that uses Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) for customer data. NVMe is a set of standards which define a PCI Express (PCIe) interface used to efficiently access data storage volumes based on Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) media, which includes today’s NAND-based flash along with future, higher-performing Storage Class Memory (SCM) media technologies such as 3D XPoint and Resistiv …