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NetApp SANtricity Toolkit for Microsoft Windows PowerShell 1.0


NetApp SANtricity Toolkit for Microsoft Windows PowerShell 1.0


Manage E-Series and EF-Series storage systems using PowerShell.




The SANtricity PowerShell Toolkit is a PowerShell module containing over 100 cmdlets enabling the storage administration of NetApp E-Series storage systems and EF- Series all-flash arrays.  The PowerShell Toolkit leverages the SANtricity Web Services Proxy to provide a distributed management solution.  The PowerShell Toolkit contains cmdlets that can monitor and manage E-Series storage systems and EF-Series flash arrays.  Use cases range from simple volume or disk monitoring to complex environment setup and tear down.  By providing a rich object model, the Toolkit provides the PowerShell scripter with a wide range of insight into the storage objects.




SANtricity PowerShell Toolkit 1.0


  • Installer
  • 110 cmdlets for:
    • Creating/deleting volume groups and pools
    • Creating/deleting volumes
    • Creating/deleting mirror groups, snapshots, consistency groups, etc.
    • Host configuration
    • Health and performance monitoring



There is no charge for the toolkit and no license key is required.


Download Software & Documentation


The SANtricity PowerShell Toolkit is available now on the NetApp Tool Chest: http://mysupport.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/santricity_powershell_toolkit/.


The toolkit requires NetApp SANtricity Web Services Proxy 1.1 or later: http://mysupport.netapp.com/NOW/download/software/eseries_webservices/1.1/

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