What we are working on for SRM after v6.5 -- Updated on October 6, 2017

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    Broadened device support for the Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) continues to be a top priority!  Following is a list of what we're working on.  This should not be interpreted as a promise that we will deliver on any of these items nor that their delivery will be in this order.

     

    Research & Development in Progress (SRM Orion Module)

     

    Arrays Supported by SRM Orion Module in Previous Releases of Storage Resource Monitor

    Since the SRM Orion Module is so new and rapidly supporting new arrays, here's a quick list of all the arrays we added support for in recent releases.

    Array Support for:

      • IBM FlashSystem A9000/A9000R
      • IBM DS 8xxx
      • NetApp EF
      • NetApp AFF
      • EMC VMAX Flash Family

    Hardware Health Support for:

      • EMC VMAX
      • EMC VNX CLARiiON
      • EMC VNX Celerra/VNX Gateway
      • IBM SVC/V7000/V3700

     

    Array Support for:

      • IBM XIV support to SRM

    Hardware Health Support for:

      • HWH Monitoring for Dell EMC EqualLogic and IBM XIV

     

    Array Support for:

      • EMC XtremIO
      • Pure Storage

     

    Array Support for:

      • EMC® Isilon®
      • Hitachi® Data Systems AMS, USP VM, USPV, VSP G1000, G200/400/600, HUS 100 Block-Side, HUS VM
      • HP® StorageWorks XP
      • IBM® Spectrum™ Virtualize (Vxxx and SVC)

     

    Array Support for:

      • EMC VMAX
      • Dell Compellent
      • HP StoreServ 3PAR
      • HP P2xxx/MSA
      • Dot Hill AssuredSAN 4xxx/5xxx

     

    • SRM 6.0- first release with the SRM Orion Module - Released 2/15

    Array Support for:

      • EMC VNX / CLARiiON family
      • EMC VNX NAS Stand-alone Gateway / Celerra
      • Dell EqualLogic PS Series
      • NetApp E-Series (LSI)
      • IBM DS 3xxx / 4xxx / 5xxx
      • Dell MD3xxx
      • NetApp Filers running Data OnTAP 8 in:
        • 7-mode
        • Cluster-mode (aka Clustered Data OnTAP)