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eSight Storage Manager

Adding centralized management of storage resources, displaying relationships among storage units and applications, including file systems, disks, disk arrays, and Logical Unit Numbers (LUNs). Graphic displays of detailed performance and capacity statistics enable quick visual analytics and insights when managing and trouble-shooting fault conditions.

Combined with eSight Network and Server Managers, the Storage Manager component provides unified, visual representations that simplify and accelerate O&M of enterprise ICT infrastructure — enabling cutting-edge, server-based applications that depend upon high read/write bandwidth and IOPS performance.

Turn to eSight Storage Manager for capacity and performance data in visual representations for efficient management and rapid recovery when things go wrong

Key Features

Detailed monitoring of storage performance
Monitors key performance indicators such as Input/Output (I/O) latency, IOPS, read/write bandwidth, CPU utilization, and disk utilization rates to provide accurate performance status of storage devices in real time
Capacity analysis
Historical data and trend analysis reports help administrators identify network and storage capacity issues, optimize utilization of storage resources, and confirm expansion plans
Network analysis Visual representations showing relationships between storage devices, servers, and networks, providing capacity and performance insights to inform management and configuration decisions, identify single points of failure, and improve fault analysis and recovery processes
Visual displays of storage systems and mapping logic
  • Visual screens depict storage systems diagrammatically, showing logical relationships of ports, controllers, LUNs, block storage pools, hard disks and hard disk arrays
  • Detailed mapping views make logical relationships among storage systems, switches, controllers, ports, and LUNs easy to see and understand
Capacity and performance reports
  • Storage Area Network (SAN) reports provide capacity and utilization statistics regarding storage and disk arrays, LUNs, storage pools, thin LUNs, and thin storage pools
  • Network Attached Storage (NAS) reports provide statistics regarding the capacity of storage units, thin storage pools, thin LUNs, file engines, file storage tools, file system sharing services (NFS/CIFS/FTP/HTTP), file systems, and data disks
  • Unified capacity and performance reports provide analyses of storage resources and utilization trends by month, day part, and times of day for predictive modeling, performance optimization, and capacity planning
Storage systems health evaluation Models storage system capacity, reliability, and performance based on latest status of physical and logical components to evaluate system health and identify potential fault conditions
Management of devices from multiple vendors Supports network and storage devices from multiple vendors — storage products from EMC, NetApp, IBM, HP, Inspur, DFT, and Sugon; switches from Cisco, Brocade, and QLogic Fiber Channel