Using predefined reports to answer common questions

OnCommand Insight includes predefined reports that address a number of common reporting requirements, providing critical insight that stakeholders need to make informed decisions about their storage infrastructure.

The following predefined reports are available in Team content > Reports or Team content > Vendor Specific Reports.

Newer versions of reports might be available at the NetApp Storage Automation Store. You should check the Automation Store regularly for reports.

AWS Cloud Cost Data
The Cloud cost report provides a consolidated view of all assets so you can track, analyze and optimize usage and cost of cloud-based as well as on-prem services as they dynamically scale in your environment.

The report provides infrastructure-to-cost correlation, giving clear and actionable reporting to ensure right-sizing through focused capacity planning and waste detection.

Application Service Level Capacity and Performance
The Application Service Level Capacity and Performance report provides a high level overview of your applications. You can use this information for capacity planning or for a migration plan.
Chargeback
The Chargeback report provides storage capacity chargeback and accountability information by hosts, application, and business entities, and includes both current and historical data.

To prevent double counting do not include ESX servers, only monitor the VMs.

An updated version of this report is available at the NetApp Storage Automation Store.

Data Sources
The Data Sources report shows all the data sources that are installed on your site, the status of the data source (success/failure), and status messages. The report provides information about where to start troubleshooting data sources. Failed data sources impact the accuracy of Insight reporting and the general usability of the product.
ESX vs VM Performance
The ESX vs VM Performance report provides a comparison of ESX servers and VMs, showing average and peak IOPs, throughput, and latency and utilizations for ESX servers and VMs. To prevent double counting, exclude the ESX servers; only include the VMs.

An updated version of this report is available at the NetApp Storage Automation Store.

Fabric Summary
The Fabric Summary report identifies switches and switch information, including port counts, firmware versions, and license status. The report does not include NPV switch ports.
Host HBAs
The Host HBAs report provides an overview of the hosts in the environment and provides the vendor, model, and firmware version of HBAs, and the firmware level of the switches to which they are connected. This report can be used to analyze firmware compatibility when planning a firmware upgrade for a switch or an HBA.
Host Service Level Capacity and Performance
The Host Service Level Capacity and Performance report provides an overview of storage utilization by host for block only applications.
Host Summary
The Host Summary report provides an overview of storage utilization by each selected host with information for Fibre Channel and iSCSI hosts. The report enables you to compare ports and paths, the Fibre Channel and ISCSI capacity, and violation counts.
License Details
The License Details report shows the entitled quantity of resources you are licensed for across all sites with active licenses. The report also shows a summation of actual quantity across all the sites with active licenses. The summation may include overlaps of storage arrays managed by multiple servers.
Mapped but not Masked Volumes
The Mapped but not Masked Volumes report lists the volumes whose logical unit number (LUN) has been mapped for use by a particular host, but is not masked to that host. In some cases these could be decommissioned LUNs that have been unmasked. Unmasked volumes can be accessed by any host, making them vulnerable to data corruption.
NetApp Capacity and Performance
The NetApp Capacity and Performance report provides global data for allocated, utilized, and committed capacity with trending and performance data for NetApp capacity.
OCI Scorecard
The OCI Scorecard report provides a summary and general status of all assets discovered by OnCommand Insight. Status is indicated with green, yellow, and red flags:
  • Green indicates normal condition
  • Yellow indicates a potential issue in the environment
  • Red indicates an issue that requires attention

All of the fields in the report are described in the Data Dictionary provided with the report.

Storage Summary
The Storage Summary report provides a global summary of used and unused capacity data for raw, allocated, storage pools, and volumes. This report provides an overview of all of the storage discovered.

A newer version of this report is available at the NetApp Storage Automation Store.

VM Capacity and Performance
Describes the virtual machine (VM) environment and its capacity usage. VM tools must be enabled to view some data, such as when VMs were powered down.
VM Paths
The VM Paths report provides data store capacity data and performance metrics for which virtual machine is running on which host, which hosts are accessing which shared volumes, what the active access path is, and what comprises capacity allocation and usage.
HDS Capacity by Thin Pool
The HDS Capacity by Thin Pool report shows the amount of usable capacity on a storage pool that is thin provisioned.
NetApp Capacity by Aggregate
The NetApp Capacity by Aggregate report shows raw total, total, used, available, and committed space of aggregates.
Symmetrix Capacity by Thick Array
The Symmetrix Capacity by Thick Array report shows raw capacity, useable capacity, free capacity, mapped, masked, and total free capacity.
Symmetrix Capacity by Thin Pool
The Symmetrix Capacity by Thin Pool report shows raw capacity, useable capacity, used capacity, free capacity, used percentage, subscribed capacity, and subscription rate.
XIV Capacity by Array
The XIV Capacity by Array report shows used and unused capacity for the array.
XIV Capacity by Pool
The XIV Capacity by Pool report shows used and unused capacity for storage pools.