Storage Arrays Autodiscovery
Storage Arrays are identified and returned by Device42 Storage Arrays autodiscovery. Within Storage Discovery, you will find resource details, related resources, and topology maps.
Device42 currently supports discovery for the following storage array types:
We support the following arrays as Preview release:
Note: The Preview tag indicates that these arrays have not been fully tested, due to lack of access to testing equipment, and full functionality cannot be guaranteed at this time.
Additional Storage Array Autodiscovery Information
Use the links below for additional information about access protocols and minimum permissions for storage array autodiscovery.
See Dell/EMC Autodiscovery for more information about the following storage arrays:
- Dell Compellent
- VNX or VMAX using EMC SMIS Providor
- EMC Data Domain
- EMC Unity
- EMC Unity
See HP Autodiscovery for more information about the following storage arrays:
- HP Nimble
- HPE StoreEasy
- HP 3PAR
See IBM Autodiscovery for more information about the following storage array:
- IBM V7000/Storwize
All Other Storage Arrays
See All Other Storage Autodiscovery for more information about the following storage arrays:
- Netapp Filers
- Oracle ZFS
- Pure Storage
Add a Storage Array Autodiscovery Job
Select Discovery > Storage Arrays in the Device42 menu to display the Storage Arrays discovery list page, and then click Add Storage Arrays for Autodiscovery to create a new discovery job.
Device42 displays the Add Storage Arrays for Autodiscovery page.
Enter or select the information to create the autodiscovery job.
Job Name – Enter a unique name for the job.
Remote Collector – Select the RC to use for the job. An RC is required for Storage Arrays discovery.
Platform – Select the storage array platform or vendor.
Discovery Targets – FQDN or IPs of the servers or cidr or ranges.
Target Type – Select Filer, DFM, or OCUM (displayed depending on Platform selected).
Protocol Type – Select https, http, or insecure-https (displayed depending on Platform selected).
Port – Port to use for the job; leave default if unsure (displayed depending on Platform selected).
Username / Password – Enter or select credentials for the discovery job.
Enable Performance Data Collection – Yes/No.
Performance Data Sampling Interval – Select the time interval for data sampling (if selected).
Action for Storage Array not found – Choose how to handle Storage Array not found in subsequent discovery: Keep Array Resource or Delete Array Resource.
Use the Auto Discovery Schedule section of the page to schedule when your job runs. You can create multiple schedules for each job. Select the days of the week and time to run the job.
When you are done, click Save to save the discovery job. Device42 adds the job to the Storage Arrays discovery list page. You can run the job immediately from this page.