XORUX, a leading developer of free tools for performance monitoring of virtualized infrastructure for servers, storages and the SAN, is proud to present a release of STOR2RRD v2.61.
Major enhancements are support for more storage systems and a new dashboard.
New storage support:
Hitachi NAS Platform (HNAS).
Lenovo ThinkSystem DE Series (DE2000 / 4000 / 6000).
Dashboard : it is now fully customizable, users can change graph size, create groups, move graphs between groups. Please see an example at https://demo.stor2rrd.com/
Storage, SAN and LAN device access management is done through the UI only. Please see an example at https://demo.stor2rrd.com/?amenu=devices-storage&tab=0
Block size graphs for Volumes and Pools.
Capacity alerting per storage pools and storage total.
IBM SVC / Storwize / FlashSystem: reducing number of session for getting storage data (2 per 5 minutes).
Fujitsu Eternus : deduplication graphs, virtual and oversubscription capacity.
Global Capacity – Pool : added virtual capacity and oversubscription.
New menu style.
Please visit https://stor2rrd.com/announcements.php to keep up-to-date with the latest product news.
The tool offers you end-to-end views of your storage environment including NAS and SAN and can save you significant money in operation monitoring and by predicting utilization bottlenecks in your virtualized environment. You can also generate policy-based alerts, view overall health status of your systems, reduce service downtime, use capacity and forecasting data, and simplify the identification of virtualization or cloud aspirant. Please visit https://stor2rrd.com/ to find out more about STOR2RRD.
Our mission is to bring on the market an easy solution for performance monitoring and capacity planning of your highly virtualized environment with the GUI understandable from technician to the management level. Our tools should act as the front-end tools where you can easy and quickly identify load abnormality and locate problems on the infrastructure level. We are developing free tools LPAR2RDD and STOR2RRD for performance monitoring of virtualized infrastructure.
Here’s Why Male Birth Control Is So Hard to Create
Despite significant strides in gender equality, the onus of preventing pregnancy disproportionately falls on women. As such, women have long relied on various birth control technologies, including contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs) and vaginal gels to minimize the chances of unwanted pregnancies.