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EMC adds VMware support to its ControlCenter



Its good to see the vendor listening to the customers here.

Motzko said she has been “frantically waiting” for EMC to upgrade ControlCenter. She noted that the growing dependency of data, applications and databases upon available disk space is making SRM a must-have capability for her to properly manage, reallocate and provision storage.

> However, she also criticized the new offering for the lack of clustering awareness in StorageScope, the SRM monitoring and reporting component of ControlCenter.

“I’m kind of upset that in 6.0, [StorageScope] is still not cluster-aware. That is very aggravating to me,” noted Motzko, who said the omission leads her SRM reports to initially say a cluster server sharing disk has twice as many available gigabytes at the host level than it actually does.


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