Monitor Dell EMC VMAX Family Storage Performance with IntelliMagic Vision
Monitor and manage performance and capacity of your EMC VMAX platforms easily with built-in AI-driven analytics.
Take advantage of platform-specific intelligence to reduce mean time to resolution with VMware, SAN switches, and storage arrays in a single pane of glass.
Maximize VMAX3 Family Storage Array Performance and Capacity Management
Instead of wasting time on firefighting incidents or switching between multiple performance tools, IntelliMagic Vision for SAN provides a single pane of glass for monitoring the health of your entire SAN / NAS infrastructure, including Dell EMC VMAX, VMAX3, and PowerMax storage systems.
IntelliMagic Vision’s built-in artificial intelligence proactively detects issues and potential bottlenecks developing inside your EMC VMAX environment that could cause delays in application performance and hurt your business if left undetected.
Our support for Dell EMC VMAX storage arrays was developed in cooperation with Dell EMC to ensure the accuracy of our predictive analytics.
Built-In Intelligence at Your Fingertips
Automated Throughput Limit Warnings
IntelliMagic leverages artificial intelligence based (AI) dynamic thresholds to identify when the system workload is nearing the throughput limits based on the current system configuration. And rather than sending false alerts, IntelliMagic Vision uses predictive analytics to warn of nearing throughput limits before issues arise.
Proactive Health Insights
Built-in, automated health insights leverage domain-specific AIOps to prevent storage and fabric performance and capacity issues.
Health insights include time, multiple metrics, multiple components, and AI-rated metrics in a single view to provide preventive focused insights.
Identify Front-End Port Imbalances
Identify imbalances on front-end port groups that are critical for managing the efficient of the Dell EMC VMAX. This allows you to manage and modify imbalances before they limit your throughput capacity.
Track the performance of an ESX or virtual machine cluster from VM to back-end storage.
Drill down from a list of “heavy hitting VMs” to the storage volumes related to the selected VM, or from the storage volumes for a particular VM to the back-end storage LUNs.