We are very pleased to announce that SRM 2019.4 is now generally available in the customer portal.
For complete details, click over to our complete SRM 2019.4 Release Notes.
So what's new in SRM 2019.4?
DATA DOMAIN MONITORING, INCLUDING HARDWARE HEALTH
As a long time, popular request both in THWACK and customer interviews, we are very excited to announce support for Dell EMC Data Domain arrays. Generally speaking, backup storage arrays are something we get asked about often, which is why the release of Data Domain support is additionally exciting.
And as we always try to do, out of the box, Data Domain support includes all the standard features you know and love: capacity utilization and forecasting, performance monitoring, end-to-end mapping in AppStack, integrated performance troubleshooting in PerfStack, and Hardware Health.
VNX CONTROLLER MONITORING, INCLUDING HARDWARE HEALTH
Over the year, we have spoken to many of our customers about their storage troubleshooting process and needs. In these conversations, it became clear that without a window into the performance of the onboard storage controller, there was an incomplete view. The performance and configuration of these processors is an important part of a storage infrastructure, and we knew that it was important that we enabled the ability to monitor, report, and alert on their metrics.
It is for these reasons that we are excited that, with SRM 2019.4, for the first we are providing a view for Controller performance, starting with the Dell EMC VNX CLARiiON device.
Some screenshots for you, as always.
Controller Port Details
This is just an overview, but be sure to upgrade to experience the full extent of what you can do with SRM monitoring controllers.
A primary benefit of being on Orion is that with every release, you benefit from the platform features our teams work on tirelessly.
Click over to the Orion Platform 2019.4 Release Notes to see what that means for you.
SO WHAT'S NEXT?
As always, you can head over to ourWhat we are working on page to see what you can expect to see next, and be sure to advocate for the features you want in our Storage Resource Manager Feature Requests forum.
- the SRM team