ESA 4.0 and Unisphere for VMAX REST API

Sorry I'm a little behind on this post - at EMC World in Vegas so besides the activities surrounding that, I'm 3 hours removed from the East Coast. But speaking of EMC World if you read my post and are out here at EMCW and want to shoot the breeze you can catch me at... Continue Reading →

VMAX CP 3.0, Log Insight 3.3 and free licenses

Today VMware released Log Insight (LI) version 3.3 (Log Insight 3.3).  There are lots of new features in both the server and the agent.  For full details of LI 3.3 check out Steve Flanders' blog who is the only one who can do it justice - LI 3.3 SFlanders.  In concert with the LI 3.3... Continue Reading →

VVol Certification for VMAX3

Starting today EMC is making available VMware Virtual Volumes (VVol) through Direct Availability (DA).  The basic difference between a DA release and a General Availability (GA) release is that in order to use VVols with VMAX3 you will need to work through your EMC Sales team to acquire the necessary software to run VVols.  It... Continue Reading →

VMAX3 HYPERMAX 5977 2015 Q3 SR

Today we add more features and functionality to our flagship array the VMAX3.  The official HYPERMAX release is 5977.691.684 and includes the new code for the VMAX3 as well as Solutions Enabler/Unisphere for VMAX 8.1.  In a quick bullet list here are some of the new and updated features along with a couple links: Device... Continue Reading →

vRealize Log Insight VMAX CP update

I recently published an updated VMAX Content Pack (CP 2.5.1) for VMware vRealize Log Insight.  It is available both on the Solutions Exchange: VMAX CP Solutions Exchange As well as through the Log Insight Marketplace which is embedded into the product: Click to enlarge in new window This was not intended to be an extensive... Continue Reading →

Log Insight with Symmetrix VMAX – revisited for Unisphere

Cody recently posted an entry that discussed how Solutions Enabler can be configured to send logs to VMware vCenter Log Insight ( He mentioned that in order for Unisphere for VMAX to send its information, additional configuration was required. So here is that additional information. I'll start by noting that everything described in Cody's previous... Continue Reading →

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