Event support for additional devices: VNX (Block and file), CLARiiON, VMAX, NetApp (7- and c-mode), HDS arrays, XP arrays, IBM SVC/V7000
HPE Operations Bridge Report 10.01 as reporting solution
HPE branded UI
Let’s dig into these new features!
Performance Workbench enables you to visualize performance metrics of devices dashboards for analysis. It supports embedding graphs (line, area, bar etc.), single value, text, pie and table into the dashboard. Performance Workbench can be used to diagnose specific problems and to troubleshoot device performance.
Optimized Element Explorer tree helps your select and visualize performance metrics of an element (host, switch, or storage device) or device components. Date Range Panel can be used to visualize time-specific data for a set of performance metrics. With Performance Workbench, raw performance data can be analyzed for up to 15 days of data.
HPE Storage Operations Manager (SOM) - OMi integration provides event consolidation in the OMi active messages browser, so that datacenter operations users can detect and investigate potential problems in the storage infrastructure. With OMi's built-in Run Time Service Model (RTSM) user can map correlations between the application and server layers.
SOM manages the dependencies between the server and storage layers. The server layer is common to both the management systems (SOM and OMi). SOM populates the CIs in RTSM just as OMi populates the same CIs in RTSM. The UCMDB/RTSM content packs populate and reconcile these CIs using business keys. Thereby OMi provides end-to-end dependency mapping from the application to storage in a data center. SOM uses BSMC to filter and send events to the OMi active messages browser.
Fig 2: SNMP traps which are sent by the devices
Fig 3: SOM management events like, Data Collection Successful, etc..
EMC Data Domain
EMC Data domain is an enterprise backup, recovery and data protection device. Many customers were asking for this device support in SOM and it’s finally available.
Fig 4: EMC Data Domain device dashboard in SOM
Fig 5: EMC Data Domain inventory view (form view) in SOM
IBM XIV storage systems are now supported in SOM. SOM supports inventory, topology, capacity and performance data of XIV devices.
Fig 6: IBM XIV device inventory view in SOM
SOM already supports NetApp devices. With this release, NetApp block is supported for c-mode devices as well as deduplication and compression values are shown for volumes and at the device level. With this release, VNX FAST-VP, sub-LUN tiering technology for VNX, and performance data collection for VNX file persona is supported.
Event support for additional devices
Prior to SOM 10.20, event support is available for HPE 3PAR along with Brocade & CISCO FC switches. With this release event support has been extended to VNX block & file devices, CLARiiON, VMAX, NetApp (7- & c-mode), HDS arrays, XP arrays, IBM SVC/V7000 devices.
SOM 10.20 uses HPE Operations Bridge Report 10.01 as reporting solution. With this OBR patch, HPE SOM’s reporting solution is even more efficient.
With this release, SOM has been reskinned also uses HPE’s brand look & feel UI.
These are some of the high-lights of this release. There are many more bells & whistles that went into this release which is available for you to discover via free trial.