SnapCenter plug-ins

Each SnapCenter plug-in supports specific environments, databases, and applications.

This Plug-in... Is included in this install package... Requires these other plug-ins... Is installed on this location... And supports Windows or Linux...
Plug-in for SQL Server Plug-ins Package for Windows Plug-in for Windows SQL Server host Windows
Plug-in for Windows Plug-ins Package for Windows   Windows host Windows
Plug-in for Exchange Plug-ins Package for Windows Plug-in for Windows Exchange Server host Windows
Plug-in for Oracle Database Plug-ins Package for Linux Plug-in for UNIX Oracle host Linux
Plug-in for SAP HANA Database Plug-ins Package for Linux and Plug-ins Package for Windows Plug-in for UNIX or Plug-in for Windows HDBSQL client host Linux or Windows
Custom Plug-ins NetApp ToolChest For file system backups, Plug-in for Windows Custom application host Linux or Windows
Plug-in for VMware vSphere NetApp Data Broker

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  Linux VM host Linux or Windows

The SnapCenter 4.1.1 documentation has information on protecting virtualized databases and file systems using the SnapCenter 4.1.1 Plug-in for VMware vSphere. The NetApp Data Broker, SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere, documentation has information on protecting virtualized databases and file systems using the Linux-based NetApp Data Broker virtual appliance (Open Virtual Appliance format) for SnapCenter 4.2.

Data Protection Guide for VMs, Datastores, and VMDKs using the SnapCenter Plug-in for VMware vSphere

SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft SQL Server features

SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft Windows features

SnapCenter Plug-in for Microsoft Exchange Server features

SnapCenter Plug-in for Oracle Database features

SnapCenter Plug-in for UNIX features

SnapCenter Plug-in for SAP HANA Database features

SnapCenter Custom Plug-ins features

MySQL, DB2, and MongoDB custom plug-in samples for SnapCenter Software can be downloaded from the NetApp ToolChest. You can create your own custom plug-ins by referring to the developer’s guide for creating custom plug-ins.

Note: MySQL, DB2, and MongoDB custom plug-ins are supported via the NetApp communities only.

NetApp supports the capability to create and use custom plug-ins; however, the custom plug-ins you create are not supported by NetApp.