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Installation and configuration
  Installing Unified Manager on VMware vSphere
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      VMware software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the deployment process
      Deploying Unified Manager
        Downloading the Unified Manager OVA file
        Deploying the Unified Manager virtual appliance
      Upgrading Unified Manager
        Downloading the Unified Manager ISO image
        Upgrading the Unified Manager virtual appliance
      Restarting the Unified Manager virtual machine
      Removing Unified Manager
  Installing Unified Manager on Red Hat and CentOS Linux
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      Linux software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the installation process
      Setting up required software repositories
        Manually configuring the EPEL repository
        Manually configuring the MySQL repository
      SELinux requirements for mounting /opt/netapp or /opt/netapp/data on an NFS or CIFS share
      Installing Unified Manager on Linux systems
        Creating a custom user home directory and umadmin password prior to installation
        Downloading Unified Manager
        Installing Unified Manager
        Users created during Unified Manager installation
        Changing the JBoss password
      Upgrading Unified Manager on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS
        Upgrading Unified Manager
        Upgrading the host OS from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x to 7.x
      Upgrading third-party products
        Upgrading OpenJDK on Linux
        Upgrading MySQL on Linux
      Restarting Unified Manager
      Removing Unified Manager
      Removing the custom umadmin user and maintenance group
  Installing Unified Manager on Microsoft Windows
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      Windows software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the installation process
      Installing Unified Manager on Windows
        Installing Unified Manager
        Performing an unattended installation of Unified Manager
      Changing the JBoss password
      Upgrading Unified Manager
      Upgrading third-party products
        Upgrading JRE
        Upgrading MySQL
      Restarting Unified Manager
      Uninstalling Unified Manager
  Configuring Unified Manager
    Configuring Active IQ Unified Manager
      Overview of the configuration sequence
      Accessing the Unified Manager web UI
      Performing the initial setup of the Unified Manager web UI
      Adding clusters
      Configuring Unified Manager to send alert notifications
        Configuring event notification settings
        Enabling remote authentication
        Disabling nested groups from remote authentication
        Adding authentication servers
        Testing the configuration of authentication servers
        Adding users
        Adding alerts
      EMS events that are added automatically to Unified Manager
      Subscribing to ONTAP EMS events
      Managing SAML authentication settings
        Identity provider requirements
        Enabling SAML authentication
      Configuring database backup settings
      Changing the local user password
      Setting the session inactivity timeout
      Changing the Unified Manager host name
        Changing the Unified Manager virtual appliance host name
          Generating an HTTPS security certificate
          Restarting the Unified Manager virtual machine
        Changing the Unified Manager host name on Linux systems
      Enabling and disabling policy-based storage management
    Using the maintenance console
      What functionality the maintenance console provides
      What the maintenance user does
      Diagnostic user capabilities
      Accessing the maintenance console
      Accessing the maintenance console using the vSphere VM console
      Maintenance console menus
        Network Configuration menu
        System Configuration menu
        Support and Diagnostics menu
        Additional menu options
      Changing the maintenance user password on Windows
      Changing the umadmin password on Linux systems
      Changing the ports Unified Manager uses for HTTP and HTTPS protocols
      Adding network interfaces
      Adding disk space to the Unified Manager database directory
        Adding space to the data directory of the Linux host
        Adding space to the data disk of the VMware virtual machine
        Adding space to the logical drive of the Microsoft Windows server
  Installing Unified Manager on VMware vSphere
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      VMware software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the deployment process
      Deploying Unified Manager
        Downloading the Unified Manager OVA file
        Deploying the Unified Manager virtual appliance
      Upgrading Unified Manager
        Downloading the Unified Manager ISO image
        Upgrading the Unified Manager virtual appliance
      Restarting the Unified Manager virtual machine
      Removing Unified Manager
  Installing Unified Manager on Red Hat and CentOS Linux
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      Linux software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the installation process
      Setting up required software repositories
        Manually configuring the EPEL repository
        Manually configuring the MySQL repository
      SELinux requirements for mounting /opt/netapp or /opt/netapp/data on an NFS or CIFS share
      Installing Unified Manager on Linux systems
        Creating a custom user home directory and umadmin password prior to installation
        Downloading Unified Manager
        Installing Unified Manager
        Users created during Unified Manager installation
        Changing the JBoss password
      Upgrading Unified Manager on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS
        Upgrading Unified Manager
        Upgrading the host OS from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x to 7.x
      Upgrading third-party products
        Upgrading OpenJDK on Linux
        Upgrading MySQL on Linux
      Restarting Unified Manager
      Removing Unified Manager
      Removing the custom umadmin user and maintenance group
  Installing Unified Manager on Microsoft Windows
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager
      What the Unified Manager server does
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Overview of the installation sequence
    Requirements for installing Unified Manager
      Virtual infrastructure and hardware system requirements
      Windows software and installation requirements
      Supported browsers
      Protocol and port requirements
      Completing the worksheet
    Installing, upgrading, and removing Unified Manager software
      Overview of the installation process
      Installing Unified Manager on Windows
        Installing Unified Manager
        Performing an unattended installation of Unified Manager
      Changing the JBoss password
      Upgrading Unified Manager
      Upgrading third-party products
        Upgrading JRE
        Upgrading MySQL
      Restarting Unified Manager
      Uninstalling Unified Manager
  Configuring Unified Manager
    Configuring Active IQ Unified Manager
      Overview of the configuration sequence
      Accessing the Unified Manager web UI
      Performing the initial setup of the Unified Manager web UI
      Adding clusters
      Configuring Unified Manager to send alert notifications
        Configuring event notification settings
        Enabling remote authentication
        Disabling nested groups from remote authentication
        Adding authentication servers
        Testing the configuration of authentication servers
        Adding users
        Adding alerts
      EMS events that are added automatically to Unified Manager
      Subscribing to ONTAP EMS events
      Managing SAML authentication settings
        Identity provider requirements
        Enabling SAML authentication
      Configuring database backup settings
      Changing the local user password
      Setting the session inactivity timeout
      Changing the Unified Manager host name
        Changing the Unified Manager virtual appliance host name
          Generating an HTTPS security certificate
          Restarting the Unified Manager virtual machine
        Changing the Unified Manager host name on Linux systems
      Enabling and disabling policy-based storage management
    Using the maintenance console
      What functionality the maintenance console provides
      What the maintenance user does
      Diagnostic user capabilities
      Accessing the maintenance console
      Accessing the maintenance console using the vSphere VM console
      Maintenance console menus
        Network Configuration menu
        System Configuration menu
        Support and Diagnostics menu
        Additional menu options
      Changing the maintenance user password on Windows
      Changing the umadmin password on Linux systems
      Changing the ports Unified Manager uses for HTTP and HTTPS protocols
      Adding network interfaces
      Adding disk space to the Unified Manager database directory
        Adding space to the data directory of the Linux host
        Adding space to the data disk of the VMware virtual machine
        Adding space to the logical drive of the Microsoft Windows server
Storage monitoring and reporting
  Workflows for managing cluster health
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager health monitoring
      Unified Manager health monitoring features
      Unified Manager interfaces used to manage storage system health
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
    Common Unified Manager health workflows and tasks
      Monitoring and troubleshooting data availability
        Scanning for and resolving storage failover interconnect link down conditions
          Performing corrective action for storage failover interconnect links down
        Resolving volume offline issues
          Performing diagnostic actions for volume offline conditions
            Determining if a volume is offline because its host node is down
            Determining if a volume is offline and its SVM is stopped because a node is down
            Determining if a volume is offline because of broken disks in an aggregate
      Resolving capacity issues
        Performing suggested remedial actions for a full volume
      Managing health thresholds
        What storage capacity health thresholds are
        Configuring global health threshold settings
          Configuring global aggregate health threshold values
          Configuring global volume health threshold values
          Configuring global qtree health threshold values
          Configuring lag threshold settings for unmanaged protection relationships
        Editing individual aggregate health threshold settings
        Editing individual volume health threshold settings
        Editing individual qtree health threshold settings
      Managing cluster security objectives
        What security criteria is being evaluated
          Cluster compliance categories
          SVM compliance categories
          Volume compliance categories
        What does not compliant mean
        Viewing high-level cluster security status
        Viewing detailed security status for clusters and SVMs
        Viewing security events that may require software or firmware updates
        Viewing how user authentication is being managed on all clusters
        Viewing the encryption status of all volumes
        Viewing all active security events
        Adding alerts for security events
        Disabling specific security events
        Security events
      Configuring backup and restore operations
        What a database backup is
        Configuring database backup settings
        What a database restore is
        Virtual appliance backup and restore process overview
        Restoring a database backup on a virtual machine
        Restoring a database backup on a Linux system
        Restoring a database backup on Windows
        Migrating a Unified Manager virtual appliance to a Linux system
      Managing scripts
        How scripts work with alerts
        Adding scripts
        Deleting scripts
        Testing script execution
      Managing and monitoring groups
        Understanding groups
          What a group is
          How group rules work for groups
          How group actions work on storage objects
        Adding groups
        Editing groups
        Deleting groups
        Adding group rules
        Editing group rules
        Deleting group rules
        Adding group actions
        Editing group actions
        Configuring volume health thresholds for groups
        Deleting group actions
        Reordering group actions
      Prioritizing storage object events using annotations
        Understanding more about annotations
          What annotations are
          How annotation rules work in Unified Manager
          Description of predefined annotation values
        Adding annotations dynamically
        Adding values to annotations
        Deleting annotations
        Viewing the annotation list and details
        Deleting values from annotations
        Creating annotation rules
        Adding annotations manually to individual storage objects
        Editing annotation rules
        Configuring conditions for annotation rules
        Deleting annotation rules
        Reordering annotation rules
      What a Unified Manager maintenance window is
        Scheduling a maintenance window to disable cluster event notifications
        Changing or canceling a scheduled maintenance window
        Viewing events that occurred during a maintenance window
      Managing SAML authentication settings
        Identity provider requirements
        Enabling SAML authentication
        Changing the identity provider used for SAML authentication
        Updating SAML authentication settings after Unified Manager security certificate change
        Disabling SAML authentication
        Disabling SAML authentication from the maintenance console
      Sending a Unified Manager support bundle to technical support
        Accessing the maintenance console
        Generating a support bundle
        Retrieving the support bundle using a Windows client
        Retrieving the support bundle using a UNIX or Linux client
        Sending a support bundle to technical support
      Related tasks and reference information
        Adding and reviewing notes about an event
        Assigning events to specific users
        Acknowledging and resolving events
        Event details page
          What the Event Information section displays
          What the System Diagnosis section displays
          What the Suggested Actions section displays
        Description of event severity types
        Description of event impact levels
        Description of event impact areas
        Cluster components and why they can be in contention
        Adding alerts
        Health/Volume details page
        Health/Storage Virtual Machine details page
        Health/Cluster details page
        Health/Aggregate details page
        Adding users
        Creating a database user
        Definitions of user roles
        Definitions of user types
        Unified Manager user roles and capabilities
        Supported Unified Manager CLI commands
  Workflows for managing cluster performance
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager performance monitoring
      Unified Manager performance monitoring features
      Unified Manager interfaces used to manage storage system performance
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Cluster configuration and performance data collection activity
      What a data continuity collection cycle is
      What the timestamp means in collected data and events
    Navigating performance workflows in the Unified Manager GUI
      Logging in to the UI
      Graphical interface and navigational paths
        Monitor cluster object navigation
        Monitor cluster performance navigation
        Event investigation navigation
      Searching for storage objects
      Filtering inventory page content
    Understanding performance events and alerts
      Sources of performance events
      Performance event severity types
      Configuration changes detected by Unified Manager
      What happens when an event is received
      What information is contained in an alert email
      Adding alerts
      Adding alerts for performance events
      Types of system-defined performance threshold policies
    Managing performance thresholds
      How user-defined performance threshold policies work
      What happens when a performance threshold policy is breached
      What performance counters can be tracked using thresholds
      What objects and counters can be used in combination threshold policies
      Creating user-defined performance threshold policies
      Assigning performance threshold policies to storage objects
      Viewing performance threshold policies
      Editing user-defined performance threshold policies
      Removing performance threshold policies from storage objects
      What happens when a performance threshold policy is changed
      What happens to performance threshold policies when an object is moved
    Monitoring cluster performance from the Dashboard
      Understanding performance panels on the Dashboard
      Performance banner messages and descriptions
      Changing the performance statistics collection interval
    Troubleshooting workloads using the workload analyzer
      What data does the workload analyzer display
      When would I use the workload analyzer
      Using the workload analyzer
    Monitoring cluster performance from the Performance Cluster Landing page
      Understanding the Performance Cluster Landing page
      Performance Cluster Landing page
        Performance Cluster Summary page
          Cluster performance events pane
          Managed Objects pane
        Top Performers page
    Monitoring performance using the Performance Inventory pages
      Object monitoring using the Performance object inventory pages
      Refining Performance inventory page contents
        Searching on Object Inventory Performance pages
        Sorting on the Object Inventory Performance pages
        Filtering data in the Object Inventory Performance pages
      Understanding the Unified Manager recommendations to tier data to the cloud
    Monitoring performance using the Performance Explorer pages
      Understanding the root object
      Apply filtering to reduce the list of correlated objects in the grid
      Specifying a time range for correlated objects
        Selecting a predefined time range
        Specifying a custom time range
      Defining the list of correlated objects for comparison graphing
      Understanding counter charts
      Types of performance counter charts
      Selecting performance charts to display
      Expanding the Counter Charts pane
      Changing the Counter Charts focus to a shorter period of time
      Viewing event details in the Events Timeline
      Counter Charts Zoom View
        Displaying the Counter Charts Zoom View
        Specifying the time range in Zoom View
        Selecting performance thresholds in Counter Charts Zoom View
      Viewing volume latency by cluster component
      Viewing SVM IOPS traffic by protocol
      Viewing volume and LUN latency charts to verify performance guarantee
      Viewing the performance for All SAN Array clusters
      Viewing node IOPS based on workloads that reside only on the local node
      Components of the Object Landing pages
        Summary page
        Components of the Performance Explorer page
    Managing performance using QoS policy group information
      How storage QoS can control workload throughput
      Viewing all QoS policy groups available on all clusters
      Viewing volumes or LUNs that are in the same QoS policy group
      Viewing the QoS policy group settings applied to specific volumes or LUNs
      Viewing performance charts to compare volumes or LUNs that are in the same QoS policy group
      How different types of QoS policies are displayed in the throughput charts
      Viewing workload QoS minimum and maximum settings in the Performance Explorer
    Managing performance using performance capacity and available IOPS information
      What performance capacity used is
      What the performance capacity used value means
      What available IOPS is
      Viewing node and aggregate performance capacity used values
      Viewing node and aggregate available IOPS values
      Viewing performance capacity counter charts to identify issues
      Performance capacity used performance threshold conditions
      Using the performance capacity used counter to manage performance
    Understanding and using the Node Failover Planning page
      Using the Node Failover Planning page to determine corrective actions
      Components of the Node Failover Planning page
      Using a threshold policy with the Node Failover Planning page
      Using the Performance Capacity Used Breakdown chart for failover planning
    Collecting data and monitoring workload performance
      Types of workloads monitored by Unified Manager
      Workload performance measurement values
      What the expected range of performance is
      How the latency forecast is used in performance analysis
      How Unified Manager uses workload latency to identify performance issues
      How cluster operations can affect workload latency
      Performance monitoring of MetroCluster configurations
        Volume behavior during switchover and switchback
      What performance events are
        Performance event analysis and notification
        How Unified Manager determines the performance impact for an event
        Cluster components and why they can be in contention
        Roles of workloads involved in a performance event
    Analyzing performance events
      Displaying information about performance events
      Analyzing events from user-defined performance thresholds
        Responding to user-defined performance threshold events
      Analyzing events from system-defined performance thresholds
        Responding to system-defined performance threshold events
        Responding to QoS policy group performance events
        Understanding events from adaptive QoS policies that have a defined block size
        Responding to node resources overutilized performance events
        Responding to cluster imbalance performance events
      Analyzing events from dynamic performance thresholds
        Identifying victim workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Identifying bully workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Identifying shark workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Performance event analysis for a MetroCluster configuration
          Analyzing a dynamic performance event on a cluster in a MetroCluster configuration
          Analyzing a dynamic performance event for a remote cluster on a MetroCluster configuration
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by QoS policy group throttling
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by a disk failure
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by HA takeover
    Setting up a connection between a Unified Manager server and an external data provider
      Performance data that can be sent to an external server
      Setting up Graphite to receive performance data from Unified Manager
      Configuring a connection from a Unified Manager server to an external data provider
  Generating custom reports
    Unified Manager reporting
      Access points for generating reports
        Unified Manager databases accessible for custom reporting
        Unified Manager REST APIs that can be used for reporting
      Understanding reports
      Understanding the view and report relationship
      Types of reports
      Reporting limitations
    Working with reports
      Report workflow
      Reporting quick start
      Searching for a scheduled report
      Customizing reports
        Customizing columns
        Filtering data
        Sorting data
        Using search to refine your view
      Downloading reports
    Scheduling reports
      Scheduling a report
        Scheduling imported .rptdesign reports
      Managing report schedules
        Editing scheduled reports
        Deleting scheduled reports
    Sample custom reports
      Customizing cluster storage reports
        Creating a report to view capacity by cluster model
        Creating a report to identify clusters with the most unallocated LUN capacity
        Creating a report to view HA pairs with the most available capacity
        Creating a report to view nodes running older versions of ONTAP
      Customizing aggregate capacity reports
        Creating a report to view aggregates reaching full capacity
        Creating a report to view aggregates that are 80% or more full
        Creating a report to view aggregates that are overcommitted
      Customizing volume capacity reports
        Creating a report to identify volumes nearing full capacity that have Snapshot Autodelete turned off
        Creating a report to identify space used by volumes with thin provisioning disabled
        Creating a report to identify volumes on FabricPool aggregates that should move data to the cloud tier
      Customizing Qtree capacity reports
        Creating a report to view qtrees that are nearly full
      Customizing NFS share reports
        Creating a report to view volumes that have an inaccessible mount path
        Creating a report to view volumes that are using the default export policy
      Customizing storage VM reports
        Creating a report to view storage VMs reaching the maximum volume limit
        Creating a report to view stopped storage VMs
      Customizing volume relationship reports
        Creating a report to group volume relationships by source of failure
        Creating a report to group volume relationships by issue
        Creating a report to view volume transfer trends at specific time intervals
        Creating a report to view failed or successful volume transfer
        Creating a report to view volume transfers based on transfer size
        Creating a report to view volume transfers grouped by day
      Customizing volume performance reports
        Creating a report to view volumes with a high amount of cold data on an aggregate that is not FabricPool-enabled.
  Protecting and restoring data
    Creating, monitoring, and troubleshooting protection relationships
      Types of SnapMirror protection
      Setting up protection relationships in Unified Manager
        Configuring a connection between Workflow Automation and Unified Manager
        Verifying Unified Manager data source caching in Workflow Automation
        What happens when OnCommand Workflow Automation is reinstalled or upgraded
        Removing OnCommand Workflow Automation setup from Unified Manager
        Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Creating a SnapVault policy to maximize transfer efficiency
        Creating a SnapMirror policy to maximize transfer efficiency
        Creating SnapMirror and SnapVault schedules
      Performing a protection relationship failover and failback
        Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Reversing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
        Removing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Resolving a protection job failure
        Identifying the problem and performing corrective actions for a failed protection job
      Resolving lag issues
    Managing and monitoring protection relationships
      Viewing volume protection relationships
      Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Health: All Volumes view
      Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Health: All Volumes view
      Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror relationship with version-flexible replication
      Creating SnapMirror relationships with version-flexible replication with backup option
      Configuring destination efficiency settings
      Creating SnapMirror and SnapVault schedules
      Creating cascade or fanout relationships to extend protection from an existing protection relationship
      Editing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Editing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror policy to maximize transfer efficiency
      Creating a SnapVault policy to maximize transfer efficiency
      Aborting an active data protection transfer from the Volume Relationships page
      Aborting an active data protection transfer from the Volume / Health details page
      Quiescing a protection relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Quiescing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Removing a protection relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Removing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Resuming scheduled transfers on a quiesced relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Resuming scheduled transfers on a quiesced relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Initializing or updating protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Initializing or updating protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Reversing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Reversing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Restoring data
      Restoring data using the Volume details page
      What resource pools are
      Creating resource pools
      Editing resource pools
      Viewing resource pools inventory
      Adding resource pool members
      Removing aggregates from resource pools
      Deleting resource pools
      Understanding SVM associations
      SVM and resource pool requirements to support storage services
      Creating SVM associations
      Viewing SVM associations
      Deleting SVM associations
      What jobs are
      Monitoring jobs
      Viewing job details
      Aborting jobs
      Retrying a failed protection job
      Description of Protection relationships windows and dialog boxes
        Resource Pools page
        Create Resource Pool dialog box
        Edit Resource Pool dialog box
        Aggregates dialog box
        SVM Associations page
        Create Storage Virtual Machine Associations wizard
        Jobs page
        Job details page
        Advanced Secondary Settings dialog box
        Advanced Destination Settings dialog box
        Restore dialog box
        Browse Directories dialog box
        Configure Protection dialog box
        Create New Schedule dialog box
        Create SnapMirror Policy dialog box
        Create SnapVault Policy dialog box
        Edit Relationship dialog box
        Initialize/Update dialog box
        Resynchronize dialog box
        Select Source Snapshot Copy dialog box
        Reverse Resync dialog box
        Relationship: All Relationships view
        Relationship: Last 1 month Transfer Status view
        Relationship: Last 1 month Transfer Rate view
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      Active IQ Unified Manager API access and categories
      REST services offered in Active IQ Unified Manager
      API version in Active IQ Unified Manager
      Storage resources in ONTAP
    REST API access and authentication in Active IQ Unified Manager
      HTTP status codes used in Active IQ Unified Manager
      Recommendations for using the APIs for Active IQ Unified Manager
      Logs for troubleshooting
      Hello API server
    Unified Manager REST APIs
      APIs for managing data centers
      Gateway APIs
      Administration APIs
      Security APIs
      Job objects API and asynchronous processes
        Viewing Jobs
      APIs for managing workloads
        Viewing storage workloads
        Managing access endpoints
        Managing Active Directory mapping
        Managing file shares
        Managing LUNs
        Managing Performance Service Levels
        Managing Storage Efficiency Policies
    Common workflows for storage management
      Determining space issues in aggregates
      Troubleshooting ONTAP volumes by using gateway APIs
      Workflows for workload management
        Verifying SVMs on clusters
        Provisioning CIFS and NFS file shares
        Provisioning LUNs
        Modifying storage workloads
          Modifying an NFS file share to support CIFS
          Modifying workloads to upgrade QoS to AQoS
  Workflows for managing cluster health
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager health monitoring
      Unified Manager health monitoring features
      Unified Manager interfaces used to manage storage system health
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
    Common Unified Manager health workflows and tasks
      Monitoring and troubleshooting data availability
        Scanning for and resolving storage failover interconnect link down conditions
          Performing corrective action for storage failover interconnect links down
        Resolving volume offline issues
          Performing diagnostic actions for volume offline conditions
            Determining if a volume is offline because its host node is down
            Determining if a volume is offline and its SVM is stopped because a node is down
            Determining if a volume is offline because of broken disks in an aggregate
      Resolving capacity issues
        Performing suggested remedial actions for a full volume
      Managing health thresholds
        What storage capacity health thresholds are
        Configuring global health threshold settings
          Configuring global aggregate health threshold values
          Configuring global volume health threshold values
          Configuring global qtree health threshold values
          Configuring lag threshold settings for unmanaged protection relationships
        Editing individual aggregate health threshold settings
        Editing individual volume health threshold settings
        Editing individual qtree health threshold settings
      Managing cluster security objectives
        What security criteria is being evaluated
          Cluster compliance categories
          SVM compliance categories
          Volume compliance categories
        What does not compliant mean
        Viewing high-level cluster security status
        Viewing detailed security status for clusters and SVMs
        Viewing security events that may require software or firmware updates
        Viewing how user authentication is being managed on all clusters
        Viewing the encryption status of all volumes
        Viewing all active security events
        Adding alerts for security events
        Disabling specific security events
        Security events
      Configuring backup and restore operations
        What a database backup is
        Configuring database backup settings
        What a database restore is
        Virtual appliance backup and restore process overview
        Restoring a database backup on a virtual machine
        Restoring a database backup on a Linux system
        Restoring a database backup on Windows
        Migrating a Unified Manager virtual appliance to a Linux system
      Managing scripts
        How scripts work with alerts
        Adding scripts
        Deleting scripts
        Testing script execution
      Managing and monitoring groups
        Understanding groups
          What a group is
          How group rules work for groups
          How group actions work on storage objects
        Adding groups
        Editing groups
        Deleting groups
        Adding group rules
        Editing group rules
        Deleting group rules
        Adding group actions
        Editing group actions
        Configuring volume health thresholds for groups
        Deleting group actions
        Reordering group actions
      Prioritizing storage object events using annotations
        Understanding more about annotations
          What annotations are
          How annotation rules work in Unified Manager
          Description of predefined annotation values
        Adding annotations dynamically
        Adding values to annotations
        Deleting annotations
        Viewing the annotation list and details
        Deleting values from annotations
        Creating annotation rules
        Adding annotations manually to individual storage objects
        Editing annotation rules
        Configuring conditions for annotation rules
        Deleting annotation rules
        Reordering annotation rules
      What a Unified Manager maintenance window is
        Scheduling a maintenance window to disable cluster event notifications
        Changing or canceling a scheduled maintenance window
        Viewing events that occurred during a maintenance window
      Managing SAML authentication settings
        Identity provider requirements
        Enabling SAML authentication
        Changing the identity provider used for SAML authentication
        Updating SAML authentication settings after Unified Manager security certificate change
        Disabling SAML authentication
        Disabling SAML authentication from the maintenance console
      Sending a Unified Manager support bundle to technical support
        Accessing the maintenance console
        Generating a support bundle
        Retrieving the support bundle using a Windows client
        Retrieving the support bundle using a UNIX or Linux client
        Sending a support bundle to technical support
      Related tasks and reference information
        Adding and reviewing notes about an event
        Assigning events to specific users
        Acknowledging and resolving events
        Event details page
          What the Event Information section displays
          What the System Diagnosis section displays
          What the Suggested Actions section displays
        Description of event severity types
        Description of event impact levels
        Description of event impact areas
        Cluster components and why they can be in contention
        Adding alerts
        Health/Volume details page
        Health/Storage Virtual Machine details page
        Health/Cluster details page
        Health/Aggregate details page
        Adding users
        Creating a database user
        Definitions of user roles
        Definitions of user types
        Unified Manager user roles and capabilities
        Supported Unified Manager CLI commands
  Workflows for managing cluster performance
    Introduction to Active IQ Unified Manager performance monitoring
      Unified Manager performance monitoring features
      Unified Manager interfaces used to manage storage system performance
      Active IQ Unified Manager product documentation
      Cluster configuration and performance data collection activity
      What a data continuity collection cycle is
      What the timestamp means in collected data and events
    Navigating performance workflows in the Unified Manager GUI
      Logging in to the UI
      Graphical interface and navigational paths
        Monitor cluster object navigation
        Monitor cluster performance navigation
        Event investigation navigation
      Searching for storage objects
      Filtering inventory page content
    Understanding performance events and alerts
      Sources of performance events
      Performance event severity types
      Configuration changes detected by Unified Manager
      What happens when an event is received
      What information is contained in an alert email
      Adding alerts
      Adding alerts for performance events
      Types of system-defined performance threshold policies
    Managing performance thresholds
      How user-defined performance threshold policies work
      What happens when a performance threshold policy is breached
      What performance counters can be tracked using thresholds
      What objects and counters can be used in combination threshold policies
      Creating user-defined performance threshold policies
      Assigning performance threshold policies to storage objects
      Viewing performance threshold policies
      Editing user-defined performance threshold policies
      Removing performance threshold policies from storage objects
      What happens when a performance threshold policy is changed
      What happens to performance threshold policies when an object is moved
    Monitoring cluster performance from the Dashboard
      Understanding performance panels on the Dashboard
      Performance banner messages and descriptions
      Changing the performance statistics collection interval
    Troubleshooting workloads using the workload analyzer
      What data does the workload analyzer display
      When would I use the workload analyzer
      Using the workload analyzer
    Monitoring cluster performance from the Performance Cluster Landing page
      Understanding the Performance Cluster Landing page
      Performance Cluster Landing page
        Performance Cluster Summary page
          Cluster performance events pane
          Managed Objects pane
        Top Performers page
    Monitoring performance using the Performance Inventory pages
      Object monitoring using the Performance object inventory pages
      Refining Performance inventory page contents
        Searching on Object Inventory Performance pages
        Sorting on the Object Inventory Performance pages
        Filtering data in the Object Inventory Performance pages
      Understanding the Unified Manager recommendations to tier data to the cloud
    Monitoring performance using the Performance Explorer pages
      Understanding the root object
      Apply filtering to reduce the list of correlated objects in the grid
      Specifying a time range for correlated objects
        Selecting a predefined time range
        Specifying a custom time range
      Defining the list of correlated objects for comparison graphing
      Understanding counter charts
      Types of performance counter charts
      Selecting performance charts to display
      Expanding the Counter Charts pane
      Changing the Counter Charts focus to a shorter period of time
      Viewing event details in the Events Timeline
      Counter Charts Zoom View
        Displaying the Counter Charts Zoom View
        Specifying the time range in Zoom View
        Selecting performance thresholds in Counter Charts Zoom View
      Viewing volume latency by cluster component
      Viewing SVM IOPS traffic by protocol
      Viewing volume and LUN latency charts to verify performance guarantee
      Viewing the performance for All SAN Array clusters
      Viewing node IOPS based on workloads that reside only on the local node
      Components of the Object Landing pages
        Summary page
        Components of the Performance Explorer page
    Managing performance using QoS policy group information
      How storage QoS can control workload throughput
      Viewing all QoS policy groups available on all clusters
      Viewing volumes or LUNs that are in the same QoS policy group
      Viewing the QoS policy group settings applied to specific volumes or LUNs
      Viewing performance charts to compare volumes or LUNs that are in the same QoS policy group
      How different types of QoS policies are displayed in the throughput charts
      Viewing workload QoS minimum and maximum settings in the Performance Explorer
    Managing performance using performance capacity and available IOPS information
      What performance capacity used is
      What the performance capacity used value means
      What available IOPS is
      Viewing node and aggregate performance capacity used values
      Viewing node and aggregate available IOPS values
      Viewing performance capacity counter charts to identify issues
      Performance capacity used performance threshold conditions
      Using the performance capacity used counter to manage performance
    Understanding and using the Node Failover Planning page
      Using the Node Failover Planning page to determine corrective actions
      Components of the Node Failover Planning page
      Using a threshold policy with the Node Failover Planning page
      Using the Performance Capacity Used Breakdown chart for failover planning
    Collecting data and monitoring workload performance
      Types of workloads monitored by Unified Manager
      Workload performance measurement values
      What the expected range of performance is
      How the latency forecast is used in performance analysis
      How Unified Manager uses workload latency to identify performance issues
      How cluster operations can affect workload latency
      Performance monitoring of MetroCluster configurations
        Volume behavior during switchover and switchback
      What performance events are
        Performance event analysis and notification
        How Unified Manager determines the performance impact for an event
        Cluster components and why they can be in contention
        Roles of workloads involved in a performance event
    Analyzing performance events
      Displaying information about performance events
      Analyzing events from user-defined performance thresholds
        Responding to user-defined performance threshold events
      Analyzing events from system-defined performance thresholds
        Responding to system-defined performance threshold events
        Responding to QoS policy group performance events
        Understanding events from adaptive QoS policies that have a defined block size
        Responding to node resources overutilized performance events
        Responding to cluster imbalance performance events
      Analyzing events from dynamic performance thresholds
        Identifying victim workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Identifying bully workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Identifying shark workloads involved in a dynamic performance event
        Performance event analysis for a MetroCluster configuration
          Analyzing a dynamic performance event on a cluster in a MetroCluster configuration
          Analyzing a dynamic performance event for a remote cluster on a MetroCluster configuration
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by QoS policy group throttling
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by a disk failure
        Responding to a dynamic performance event caused by HA takeover
    Setting up a connection between a Unified Manager server and an external data provider
      Performance data that can be sent to an external server
      Setting up Graphite to receive performance data from Unified Manager
      Configuring a connection from a Unified Manager server to an external data provider
  Generating custom reports
    Unified Manager reporting
      Access points for generating reports
        Unified Manager databases accessible for custom reporting
        Unified Manager REST APIs that can be used for reporting
      Understanding reports
      Understanding the view and report relationship
      Types of reports
      Reporting limitations
    Working with reports
      Report workflow
      Reporting quick start
      Searching for a scheduled report
      Customizing reports
        Customizing columns
        Filtering data
        Sorting data
        Using search to refine your view
      Downloading reports
    Scheduling reports
      Scheduling a report
        Scheduling imported .rptdesign reports
      Managing report schedules
        Editing scheduled reports
        Deleting scheduled reports
    Sample custom reports
      Customizing cluster storage reports
        Creating a report to view capacity by cluster model
        Creating a report to identify clusters with the most unallocated LUN capacity
        Creating a report to view HA pairs with the most available capacity
        Creating a report to view nodes running older versions of ONTAP
      Customizing aggregate capacity reports
        Creating a report to view aggregates reaching full capacity
        Creating a report to view aggregates that are 80% or more full
        Creating a report to view aggregates that are overcommitted
      Customizing volume capacity reports
        Creating a report to identify volumes nearing full capacity that have Snapshot Autodelete turned off
        Creating a report to identify space used by volumes with thin provisioning disabled
        Creating a report to identify volumes on FabricPool aggregates that should move data to the cloud tier
      Customizing Qtree capacity reports
        Creating a report to view qtrees that are nearly full
      Customizing NFS share reports
        Creating a report to view volumes that have an inaccessible mount path
        Creating a report to view volumes that are using the default export policy
      Customizing storage VM reports
        Creating a report to view storage VMs reaching the maximum volume limit
        Creating a report to view stopped storage VMs
      Customizing volume relationship reports
        Creating a report to group volume relationships by source of failure
        Creating a report to group volume relationships by issue
        Creating a report to view volume transfer trends at specific time intervals
        Creating a report to view failed or successful volume transfer
        Creating a report to view volume transfers based on transfer size
        Creating a report to view volume transfers grouped by day
      Customizing volume performance reports
        Creating a report to view volumes with a high amount of cold data on an aggregate that is not FabricPool-enabled.
  Protecting and restoring data
    Creating, monitoring, and troubleshooting protection relationships
      Types of SnapMirror protection
      Setting up protection relationships in Unified Manager
        Configuring a connection between Workflow Automation and Unified Manager
        Verifying Unified Manager data source caching in Workflow Automation
        What happens when OnCommand Workflow Automation is reinstalled or upgraded
        Removing OnCommand Workflow Automation setup from Unified Manager
        Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Creating a SnapVault policy to maximize transfer efficiency
        Creating a SnapMirror policy to maximize transfer efficiency
        Creating SnapMirror and SnapVault schedules
      Performing a protection relationship failover and failback
        Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Reversing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
        Removing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
        Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Resolving a protection job failure
        Identifying the problem and performing corrective actions for a failed protection job
      Resolving lag issues
    Managing and monitoring protection relationships
      Viewing volume protection relationships
      Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Health: All Volumes view
      Creating a SnapVault protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Health: All Volumes view
      Creating a SnapMirror protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror relationship with version-flexible replication
      Creating SnapMirror relationships with version-flexible replication with backup option
      Configuring destination efficiency settings
      Creating SnapMirror and SnapVault schedules
      Creating cascade or fanout relationships to extend protection from an existing protection relationship
      Editing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Editing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Creating a SnapMirror policy to maximize transfer efficiency
      Creating a SnapVault policy to maximize transfer efficiency
      Aborting an active data protection transfer from the Volume Relationships page
      Aborting an active data protection transfer from the Volume / Health details page
      Quiescing a protection relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Quiescing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Breaking a SnapMirror relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Removing a protection relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Removing a protection relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Resuming scheduled transfers on a quiesced relationship from the Volume Relationships page
      Resuming scheduled transfers on a quiesced relationship from the Volume / Health details page
      Initializing or updating protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Initializing or updating protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Resynchronizing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Reversing protection relationships from the Volume Relationships page
      Reversing protection relationships from the Volume / Health details page
      Restoring data
      Restoring data using the Volume details page
      What resource pools are
      Creating resource pools
      Editing resource pools
      Viewing resource pools inventory
      Adding resource pool members
      Removing aggregates from resource pools
      Deleting resource pools
      Understanding SVM associations
      SVM and resource pool requirements to support storage services
      Creating SVM associations
      Viewing SVM associations
      Deleting SVM associations
      What jobs are
      Monitoring jobs
      Viewing job details
      Aborting jobs
      Retrying a failed protection job
      Description of Protection relationships windows and dialog boxes
        Resource Pools page
        Create Resource Pool dialog box
        Edit Resource Pool dialog box
        Aggregates dialog box
        SVM Associations page
        Create Storage Virtual Machine Associations wizard
        Jobs page
        Job details page
        Advanced Secondary Settings dialog box
        Advanced Destination Settings dialog box
        Restore dialog box
        Browse Directories dialog box
        Configure Protection dialog box
        Create New Schedule dialog box
        Create SnapMirror Policy dialog box
        Create SnapVault Policy dialog box
        Edit Relationship dialog box
        Initialize/Update dialog box
        Resynchronize dialog box
        Select Source Snapshot Copy dialog box
        Reverse Resync dialog box
        Relationship: All Relationships view
        Relationship: Last 1 month Transfer Status view
        Relationship: Last 1 month Transfer Rate view
  Managing your environment using REST APIs
    Getting started with Active IQ Unified Manager
      Audience for this guide
      Active IQ Unified Manager API access and categories
      REST services offered in Active IQ Unified Manager
      API version in Active IQ Unified Manager
      Storage resources in ONTAP
    REST API access and authentication in Active IQ Unified Manager
      HTTP status codes used in Active IQ Unified Manager
      Recommendations for using the APIs for Active IQ Unified Manager
      Logs for troubleshooting
      Hello API server
    Unified Manager REST APIs
      APIs for managing data centers
      Gateway APIs
      Administration APIs
      Security APIs
      Job objects API and asynchronous processes
        Viewing Jobs
      APIs for managing workloads
        Viewing storage workloads
        Managing access endpoints
        Managing Active Directory mapping
        Managing file shares
        Managing LUNs
        Managing Performance Service Levels
        Managing Storage Efficiency Policies
    Common workflows for storage management
      Determining space issues in aggregates
      Troubleshooting ONTAP volumes by using gateway APIs
      Workflows for workload management
        Verifying SVMs on clusters
        Provisioning CIFS and NFS file shares
        Provisioning LUNs
        Modifying storage workloads
          Modifying an NFS file share to support CIFS
          Modifying workloads to upgrade QoS to AQoS
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