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Adding storage arrays

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Updated: June 16, 2017

SRM Profiler can monitor arrays from different vendors. Find vendor-specific instructions for adding your array to SRM Profiler.

If there is a firewall between your SRM Profiler agent and your SMI-S provider, you must open HTTP Port 5988 or HTTPS Port 5989 so SRM Profiler can collect data from your configured devices. For a complete listing of SMI-S vendors supported see SMI-S Vendor Support Matrix.

SRM Profiler can monitor the following Storage Array types:

 
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