Brocade SAN switch discovery over Brocade Brocade Network Advisor program (BNA)

Idea ID 1673775

Brocade SAN switch discovery over Brocade Brocade Network Advisor program (BNA)

Hi,

We would like to impelment Storage discovery over Brocade Brocade Network Advisor CIM agent. It is using /interop namespace and this is not covered via current Storage discovery. brocase SAN switches don't have SIM agents.

That way we would cover extensive SAN discovery and connect current Storage arrays with server platform - making it possible for ASM to drill down to this layer.

This is benefit for: Change Management team (impact analysis), Application and Business owners, Capacity Management ...

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Techincaly only support for /interop namespace needs to be added.

4 Comments
Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

The idea has received enough votes and comments from the community and been reviewed by the Micro Focus product team. It is officially on the roadmap for development and delivery. (Subject to change, and not a commitment.)

 

Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

would you be able to gather the SMI-S dumps from these devices using our SMI-S dumper utility ? If you do not hvave acces to it, let me know?

Super Contributor.
Super Contributor.

That would be great, can you provide me ling to the tool or share it somehow 🙂

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Can you send me your email?

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