I've come across the VMTurbo has ability to monitor the Cisco UCS,I'm currently looking for same feature for HP Enclosure and VC module.Kindly help to figure it out.
It's possible to control the VM's and datastore workload demand running on HP enclosures and get an understanding of capacity and utilization at the hypervisor level, irrespective of your underlying converged fabric platform. That being said at the present time there is no direct HP equivalent to our advanced support for Cisco UCS fabric within the product which gives an extra level of visibility across the inter-relationships between VMs, blade servers, chassis, domains, I/O modules, and fabric interconnects and right-sizing of these components to ensure fabric efficiency.
While we have no immediate plans to extend fabric support to other vendors, I would be interested to hear about requirements from other customers utilising converged fabric infrastructure. On balance in recent years there appears to be something of a shift away from this type of technology in the marketplace but keen to understand how strategic these platforms are for our customers.
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We also utilize both Cisco UCS and HP C7000 enclosure (using the 'virtual connect' converged switch fabrics) and would be interested in helping with use-cases for this feature/support.
It is a very consistent offering from HP, meaning the virtual connect has about 1 release a year and it appears to be the same/darn similar across multiple hardware versions of the switch (1G, 1/10G, 10/40G).
Hi Chad - Thanks very much for the feedback. I'd love to spend some time with you talking one to one about your requirements and how we can align these with our HP plans. Can we possibly set aside some time to do this ?
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The steer we are getting at the moment is that the unified API of HPE OneView is going to be the the principal element manager/means of accessing instrumentation relating to HP enclosures. Would make sense for us to to align any future development efforts with this.
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