OnCommand Unified Manager 5.1 & Different DOT C-Mode Comparison Matrix

by adaikkap Former NetApp Employee on ‎2012-08-02 08:12 AM

Hi All,

     This document gives a table that compares the feature and functionality that one gets when using OnCommand Unified Manager 5.1 Operating in Cluster-Mode with  different Data Ontap Version Operating in Cluster-Mode (like DOT 8./8.0.x and DOT 8.1/8.1.1).

Item

Features Supported

DOT 8.0/8.0.X

DOT 8.1/8.1.X

1

Discovery of Clusters,Nodes,Aggregates,Ports,Interface Groups,Vservers,Lifs,

Volumes,Snapshots,Namespace,Junction Paths

                                                              
2

RBAC,Alerting,Reporting

                                                              
3

Discovery ofJunction Path history, LUNs,FC,Larger Aggregates,CIFS,NFS.Disks,Disk Shelves,

SFO Pairs & Status,Qtrees,Quotas,iGroups,Portsets,Vol Move & Vol Move History

                                                              
4Performance  Adviser Capability                                                              
5

Protection & Provisioning Capability

                                                                    
6Discovery of Cluster Interconnect, Volume attributes like Dedupe,Compression,AutoGrow                                                                     
7Configuration and Data Ontap User Management                                                                    

Legends:

---------------------------Supported/Compatiable

---------------------------NotSupported

DOT------------------------Data Ontap

C-Mode--------------------Cluster-Mode

Bottom line, you will only get the full benefits of OnCommand Unified Manager 5.1 features and functionality only if you monitor DOT systems running version 8.1/8.1.1

Regards

adai

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