Troubleshooting Dell EMC XtremIO Performance Issues
Dell EMC XtremIO’s flash-based storage array was designed to deliver high levels of performance and scalability to SAN storage.
This short video shows how one can quickly evaluate key performance metrics, spot issues affecting your XtremIO array, and troubleshoot that back to the root cause.
See how easy it can be to monitor, prevent, and resolve performance and capacity issues with interactive dashboards, built-in best-practice compliance ratings, logical drilldowns, and correlation to the rest of your SAN storage, fabric, and VMware infrastructure.
IntelliMagic Vision for SAN allows you to monitor the performance, capacity, and configuration across your multi-vendor SAN storage, fabric, and VMware to ensure you meet your SLAs.
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