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SolarWinds Extends Multi-Vendor Storage Management Array Support with EMC, Hitachi, HP and IBM Arrays
SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable hybrid IT infrastructure management software, today announced extended multi-vendor support in SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor, which provides IT with the necessary insight into storage resources and the potential performance impact on virtual machines and applications that are dependent on storage elements. SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor will now support additional EMC, Hitachi, HP and IBM storage array families and provide monitoring capabilities for hierarchical storage pools. 

"IT pros, more often than not, find themselves utilizing mixed storage system environments, and while this can provide additional flexibility, it can also mean an increase in the complexity and, ultimately, cost of management," said Nikki Jennings, group vice president, product strategy, SolarWinds. "With SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor, we aim to help ease these pain points in multi-system storage environments by providing seamless heterogeneous monitoring and insight through one management dashboard at a price organizations of all sizes can afford."

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor provides IT pros with single-pane-of-glass visibility into their storage infrastructure by monitoring storage performance, isolating hotspots in multi-vendor SAN and NAS solutions and automating storage capacity planning and reporting. SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor also integrates with SolarWinds Virtualization Manager and SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor for end-to-end visibility from application to virtualization to storage.

What will IT pros solve next with SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor?

With the latest version of SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor, IT pros can now:

  • Address performance problems on storage devices, including EMC Isilon; Hitachi Data Systems AMS, USP VM, USPV, VSP, HUS 100 Block-Side, and HUS VM; HP StorageWorks XP; and IBM Spectrum Virtualize (Vxxx and SVC).
  • See multiple pool layers when a storage array has more than one logical storage container, identify the relationships between the layers and understand the pool capacity through its hierarchical storage pool support.

Pricing and Availability

SolarWinds Storage Resource Manager pricing starts at $2,695 USD and includes the first year of maintenance. For more information, including a downloadable, free 30-day evaluation, visit the SolarWinds website or call 866.530.8100.

Published Wednesday, September 16, 2015 6:06 PM by David Marshall
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royedifaw - (Author's Link) - September 19, 2015 12:10 AM

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