Managed Objects pane
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- Install Unified Manager on VMware vSphere systems
- Install Unified Manager on Linux systems
- Install Unified Manager on Windows systems
Perform configuration and administrative tasks
- Configuring Active IQ Unified Manager
- Using the maintenance console
Monitor and manage storage
- Monitoring and managing clusters from the dashboard
- Provisioning and managing workloads
- Managing and monitoring MetroCluster configurations
Manage events and alerts
- Managing events
Monitor and manage cluster performance
- Navigating performance workflows in the Unified Manager GUI
- Monitoring cluster performance from the Performance Cluster Landing page
- Monitoring performance using the Performance Inventory pages
- Monitoring performance using the Performance Explorer pages
- Collecting data and monitoring workload performance
- Analyzing performance events
Monitor and manage cluster health
Common Unified Manager health workflows and tasks
- Monitoring and troubleshooting data availability
- Managing backup and restore operations
- Common Unified Manager health workflows and tasks
Protect and restore data
- Creating and troubleshooting protection relationships
Generate custom reports
- Sample custom reports
The Managed Objects pane in the Performance Summary tab provides a top-level overview of the storage object types and counts for the cluster. This pane enables you to track the status of the objects in each cluster.
The managed objects count is point-in-time data as of the last collection period. New objects are discovered at 15-minute intervals.
Clicking the linked number for any object type displays the object performance inventory page for that object type. The object inventory page is filtered to show only the objects on this cluster.
The managed objects are:
A physical system in a cluster.
A set of multiple redundant array of independent disks (RAID) groups that can be managed as a single unit for protection and provisioning.
A physical connection point on nodes that is used to connect to other devices on a network.
A virtual machine providing network access through unique network addresses. An SVM might serve data out of a distinct namespace, and is separately administrable from the rest of the cluster.
A logical entity holding accessible user data through one or more of the supported access protocols. The count includes both FlexVol volumes and FlexGroup volumes; it does not include FlexGroup constituents.
The identifier of a Fibre Channel (FC) logical unit or an iSCSI logical unit. A logical unit typically corresponds to a storage volume, and is represented within a computer operating system as a device.
A logical network interface representing a network access point to a node. The count includes all interface types.