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Differences between SRM Orion and SRM Profiler

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Created by Justin Wyllys, last modified by Milton Harris on Oct 03, 2017

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Overview

Storage Resource Monitor is composed of the following two modules:
 

  • The SRM Profiler Module, formerly known as Storage Manager (java based), has the same features as earlier versions of Storage Manager with the exception that it can be integrated with the SRM Orion Module.
     
  • The SRM Orion Module is a native-Orion module (.net based) that monitors, reports, and alerts on your SAN and NAS devices in a single window with the SolarWinds core product family.

 

Note: For versions prior to SRM 6.0, the SRM Profiler module was called, Storage Manager.

Environment

  • All SRM versions
  • SRM Profiler

Detail

SRM monitors storage arrays and helps with locating and resolving storage related issues. SRM supports multiple devices and vendors with minimal impact to the user environment. For a complete list of supported devices, see Supported Devices.

 

 

 

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