Storage Monitoring Solutions for Array Troubles

Now you can see all of your storage layers, everywhere with storage monitoring. Invest in the latest technologies without losing management visibility. Get deep visibility across all of your storage assets—EMC, Vblock, NetApp, FlexPod, Nutanix, VMware vSAN, cloud, and more—so you can quickly see if they are impacting performance of your critical IT services.

Do More With Your Storage

The Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA) is an organization of companies that make and sell storage arrays, switches, and associated software. The Storage Management Initiative (SMI) Lab is where these vendors come together to test their products to ensure interoperability and to help each other resolve compatibility issues and evaluate storage performance. The SMI lab is developing a new industry standard for storage management called Swordfish. The Swordfish standard is designed to handle customer use-cases and the data you need to ensure optimal service performance.

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See Across Multiple Vendor Storage

It’s easy—with our appliance-based platform, you can monitor configuration, storage performance, utilization, and capacity for:

Any storage technology—Any vendor.

See all supported storage technologies:

Get a clear view of the performance and status of your storage environment with ScienceLogic’s unified monitoring feature. Visibility of underlying storage elements, and which parts of the infrastructure depend on them, helps you fully understand the status of a service.

  • Vendor agnostic auto-discovery of storage infrastructure
  • Identify root cause of problems and resolve quickly with mapped interdependencies of storage and virtual machines
  • Full metrics covering read, write, latency, etc.
  • Underlying multi-tenancy ensures users only see storage assets they are entitled to see

Comprehensive support for converged infrastructure including Vblock and FlexPod


The ScienceLogic SL1 Platform

Our unified monitoring solution provides full visibility and automated operations across cloud and distributed architectures.