SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM)

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM)

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SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM)

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What is SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM)?

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor is a data center performance monitoring solution from Austin-based company SolarWinds. It features a unified data storage management system with end-to-end monitoring and automatic capacity forecasting.

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What is SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM)?

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) is designed to allow the user to visualize and solve storage performance issues quickly and easily, across storage arrays from all leading vendors including Dell EMC, NetApp, Pure, HPE and many more. Determine when storage capacity will run out with integrated capacity planning and reporting. For SolarWinds® customers using other Orion® based products, the vendor states Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) will seamlessly integrate with existing system, network, database and virtualization monitoring products providing a single-pane-of-glass experience.

Additional Features

  • Monitoring for multi-vendor storage arrays from Dell EMC, NetApp, HPE, Hitachi, Pure and others
  • Real-time NAS and SAN attached array performance monitoring capacity planning

  • Alert and notification feature for issues or performance problems with your devices, LUNs, storage pools/RAID groups, and more
  • The SolarWinds® PerfStack™ feature within the SRM storage monitoring solution allows users to drag, drop, and overlay performance metrics from their other SolarWinds® monitoring solutions on a single chart. Types of data include network, virtualization, storage, and database.

  • Predefined and custom storage performance and capacity trend reports
  • Reporting on the overall health of storage arrays with help from SRM storage monitoring software without the use of spreadsheets

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) Features

  • Supported: Storage Performance Monitoring
  • Supported: Capacity Planning
  • Supported: Support for over 40 storage array types

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Storage SummaryArray DetailsCapacity Planning

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SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) Customer Size Distribution

Consumers0%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)10%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)40%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)50%

SolarWinds Storage Resource Monitor (SRM) Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported LanguagesEnglish

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Score 10 out of 10
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  • LUN-level capacity use
  • LUN-level performance data
  • Capacity forecast for each LUN
  • Most of the metrics are fairly high level
  • No visibility into virtual disks (you need Virtualization Monitor for that)
  • Not much granularity in hardware health
Score 8 out of 10
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  • Unmasks storage performance metrics and gives a common dashboard for monitoring.
  • A simple, intuitive interface for adding supported storage frames.
  • Lineage -- "The guest OS is connected to the virtual host and the virtual host is connected to the ... wait, what LUN is that?!?" #SOLVED.
  • No ability to add your own storage frames -- if it isn't supported, you aren't monitoring it.
  • Troubleshooting connectivity failures lack full transparency. It isn't needed often, but could be more verbose.
  • It's expensive relative to the other tools from SolarWinds -- but, then again, so was your shared storage!
Rob Bates | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Granular visibility of IOPS and IO.
  • Capacity Planning.
  • The ability to link storage to databases through Orion DPA.
  • Alerting and Reporting.
  • Issues getting SMI working correctly to monitor Compellents through SRM.
  • The ability to break down alerts to a more granular level.
Richard Phillips | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Asset inventory for storage
  • Predicting the future usage
  • Performance metrics
  • Revealing the internal statistics such as temperatures and hardware condition
  • The list of devices covers the most popular, but adding more types of devices is always helpful
  • Device types make it difficult to connect some times (on the vendor side) but the product does a good job, configuration could be easier for setting up devices.
David Yezersky | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
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  • The SolarwWinds Storage Resource Monitor does good reporting and alerting to an issue. Our service center which has live monitoring uses the tool for real-time monitoring of events. It then creates tickets to action various alarms.
  • Real-time size monitoring of especially thin storage is always necessary to any thin VMware environment.
  • Great historical graph representations of storage related events. Ability to create performance graphs and monitor changes.
  • Currently there is no support for XtremIO storage. So we have to monitor that separately.
  • It could provide proactive measures to fix any Storage or SIOC related bottlenecks in the environment.