SAN Monitor 4.11.1

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SAN Monitor delivers agentless, storage performance monitoring. SAN Monitor gives you a comprehensive view into the health of your storage device through a single pane of glass.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 2000
Publisher:
SolarWinds
Price:
Freeware
File size:
40.36 Mb
Date added:
May 27, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
SolarWinds storage management software is comprehensive, affordable & easy-to-use. SAN Monitor provides real-time storage monitoring to help you manage the performance & growth of your SAN & avoid costly outages. SAN Monitor offers support for DELL MD 3000, IBM DS 3000-5000, & Sun StorageTek 2000 & 6000.
Users reviews & testimonials

Quickest and easiest way to view the array! Gives me quick overview of the LUNs w/ performance metrics - and all for free! Glad to see storage making its way into the SolarWinds family

Stephen DeLong
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