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SRM: Enable a Dell EMC Unity array

Updated September 19, 2018


The article contains information on enabling Dell EMC Unity storage arrays so they can be monitored by SRM. Monitoring is performed through an onboard REST API on the array.

For more information, please consult the documentation supplied with your array, visit the Dell EMC Unity Technical Documentation site or contact your vendor.

SolarWinds SRM only supports EMC Unity with firmware version 4.2 and newer. Firmware 4.1.2 does not support block storage read and write latencies, so the performance job will fail.


  • SRM 6.6+
  • Dell EMC Unity array (models 300, 400, 500, 600 - Flash and Hybrid) with firmware 4.2 or higher.

Credentials required to add the array 

Ensure you have the following information:

  • IP address or hostname for the array
  • Array credential, or array username and password. 
  • Protocol. The default is HTTP.


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