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It has never been more important to keep on top of the performance and availability of your storage resources. Today’s dynamic and virtualized infrastructure relies on a strong, reliable, and flexible storage base to enable rapid provisioning and movement of resources, as and where needed, to meet rigorous computing demands.
Automate monitoring and management of storage assets.
View key events and metrics – using out-of-the-box or customized policies.
Integrate storage management with asset tracking and ticketing on a single platform.
To support all these moving pieces, storage administrators often oversubscribe their resources to achieve the best balance between utilization and capacity. ScienceLogic's storage management software provides the supporting intelligence and visibility that storage administrators need in order to make decisions in real-time, keeping applications and services up and running, 24/7.
- Dynamic Discovery of SAN and corresponding LUNs
- Consistent monitoring and reporting for SAN and LUN resource configurations, events, and performance
- Dynamic Component Mapping of SAN and LUNs for easy partitioning of SAN infrastructure
- Individual LUN management with granular thresholds and isolated eventing for more accurate root-cause identification
- Reduce tool sprawl by tracking inventory and all SAN assets as they change in your environment, using the very same tool that you use for availability and performance monitoring.
- Reduce administrative overhead by consolidating resource management.
- Automate management of newly provisioned and changing LUNS.
- Troubleshoot performance issues by tracking key events and internal resources of each SAN.
- Identify and resolve issues quickly by providing storage and IT operations staff comprehensive and granular visibility into the critical storage environment.
Beyond storage metrics and KPIs, the ScienceLogic platform delivers a true picture of all the components – virtual machines, databases, applications, and more – that rely on storage resources for service delivery.