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Explore your SRM environment

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Nov 21, 2016

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All storage data is displayed through SRM into the Orion Web Console in three default dashboards: Storage Summary, Performance Dashboard, and Capacity Dashboard. These examples show how to drill-down and manage resources in details pages. Each page displays specific resources and options for storage arrays, storage pools, volumes, LUNs, and file shares.

Use the Storage Summary as a stepping-off point to review monitored resources, and respond to alerts.



Getting Started

Enables you to add storage arrays to be monitored by SRM.


All Storage Objects

An expandable tree enabling you to drill down through manufacturers, arrays, storage pool, LUNs, volumes and file shares, and view the detail pages for these objects.


All Active Alerts

Shows all active alerts triggered by SRM objects. Click an alert name to review details and troubleshoot the issue.


Storage Objects by Performance Risk

Shows the objects with the most serious performance issues. Click the object name to display the details page for the object at risk.

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