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Intelligent. Proactive. Predictive. Cloud-based Storage Analytics with CloudIQ

Joe Catalanotti

Product Marketing Manager, Dell EMC, Midrange Storage
Joe Catalanotti is a Product Marketing Manager with Dell EMC Midrange Storage focused on Unity all-flash storage products and solutions. Joe has over 25 years of product and channel marketing experience in storage hardware/software, asset management, and CAD/CAM technology. Joe has been instrumental in the development and execution of go-to-market plans, product launches, and other facets of product marketing. Joe holds a BS degree in Industrial Engineering and Management (Sigma Epsilon Rho) from Northeastern University as well as a degree in Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology.

What if you could gain new valuable and intelligent insight into the overall health of your storage while increasing IT agility by spending less time on managing and troubleshooting? With CloudIQ, it’s possible now to unleash that kind of real business potential. A software-as-a-service management application that proactively monitors and measures the overall health of Dell EMC Unity storage systems, CloudIQ provides intelligent, comprehensive, and predictive analytics all in the cloud.

storage analyticsAny sized business can easily use CloudIQ to monitor and manage the health of their Unity all flash or hybrid flash storage, increase self-service, and expedite quality resolutions.  They can do this via the web, enabling access from anywhere.  Getting started is just as simple. With nothing to install, new features and capabilities are seamlessly and non-disruptively provided through CloudIQ to help drive real and immediate business value.

 

 

Here are just a couple of examples of how CloudIQ’s features and capabilities can bring immediate value to any size organization.

  • Businesses who are concerned about ensuring application availability can implement CloudIQ with indicators to monitor host connections that may be unreliable. You can rely on CloudIQ to proactively check on a regular basis, to ensure that your host connections maintain High Availability.
  • Preparing storage and data environments for disaster – natural or otherwise – is challenging. CloudIQ can provide immediate value to businesses with Unity storage by proactively monitoring the status and condition of replication sessions to ensure disaster recovery preparedness. CloudIQ will identify replication sessions that are not meeting the assigned Recovery Point Objective (RPO) so that IT professionals can rapidly adjust the replication arrangement and proactively expedite a quality resolution before a disaster hits.

Access to CloudIQ is very easy and comes with every Unity system at no cost. CloudIQ can help you minimize your service calls and having to look up information in technical manuals while providing more time to spend on business planning and operations.

So, whether it’s Unity data protection, availability, performance or other Unity system configuration statistics you need information about, let CloudIQ be an extension of your IT organization to provide proactive monitoring and predictive analytics that delivers actionable insights and keeps your application environment up and running.

 

 

EMC Storage Analytics – a Check-Engine Light for Your VMware Environment

Roxane Mody

Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
Roxane Mody joined EMC in 2000. She has held various positions in Market Research, Product Management and Product Marketing. She now drives the go-to-market and management portfolio in the Core Technologies Product Marketing team. Roxane actively supports the Sales organization to develop marketing, sales and promotional collateral, and is responsible for launching products/solutions into the market. Her previous experiences have been in process and website development, database management, event planning, and marketing retail banking services. Her education includes an MBA in Marketing and Information Systems, and an undergraduate degree in Business Management. Roxane’s interests include working out, jewelry and chasing after her two boys.

The “Good” Ole Days

storage analytics 1In the old days, you could drive your car on the road without any knowledge if the car had any problems with the tires, the engine, the oil, or filters.  You were unaware to any of the potential problems that were lurking inside of the car’s mechanical systems.

I don’t think I’d call that “good”.

Today’s new cars have come a long way – loaded with intelligent systems and state-of-the-art technology.  You are alerted if the tire pressure is low, the engine is running at high temperatures, or if the oil needs to be changed.

This is better, and ultimately creates a safer and more responsive vehicle. (more…)

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