The Compellent Storage Center provides in-depth reporting, alerting, and monitoring as part of the platform. It’s very important for Storage Administrators to monitor and review the alerts (informational or otherwise) that might be generated on their Storage Center. By design, alerts in the Storage Center will change the “stop-light” status… Read More »Compellent PSCS One-Liner Coding: Tip #1
I’m still getting caught up on events, so I thought I’d share with you a little about our participation in the 2010 Tech Field Day held in Seattle, WA. Back in the middle of July, Compellent had an opportunity to participate in Gestalt IT Tech Field Day. As it says… Read More »Seattle Tech Field Day
Using Windows PowerShell and the Compellent Storage Center Command Set for PowerShell, I have created a simple script that performs searches for server and volume objects providing results of each in addition to their related mappings. This can be helpful if you have multiple levels of server or volume folders.
Compellent Enterprise Manager works great for managing your Storage Center environment and providing reports on volume usage and utilization. I was looking for a little different spin on the information. I was looking for a cumulative volume count across an entire Storage Center, plus a total count of replays on… Read More »Compellent Volume Reporting with PowerShell
I’ve been doing lots of work in the lab lately with Exchange 2010 to understand all the new changes and how it works with the Compellent Storage Center. With Exchange 2010, the concept of Storage Groups no longer exists. Databases are the sole object and are a peer to the… Read More »PowerShell with Compellent and Exchange 2010