Orchestrate Fabric Services Across Multi-protocols
The HPE Network Orchestrator arranges and monitors end-to-end multi-protocol fabrics with HPE Storage family of products to increase fabric uptime, resiliency, and predictability. Automate fabric services for FC and iSCSI protocols for HPE Storage.
Predefined and custom templates enable fabric configuration's consistency and repeatability.
Quickly generate templates that are pre-configured and/or customized configurations, which can be applied to managed elements on specific devices thereby reducing human-errors while facilitating sharing of best practices.
SAN Pre-deployment Verification with HPE SPOCK Assurance
The HPE Network Orchestrator validates the integrity, interoperability, and compliance of Hewlett Packard Enterprise storage, servers, and network fabric infrastructures before or during deployment.
Keep the SAN and fabric infrastructure in ideal health by making informed decisions with better supportability and predictability.
Assess, report, and remedy for improved fabric health.
Visualize Managed Elements of the Fabric End-to-end
The HPE Network Orchestrator allows the administrator to understand what devices are connected end-to-end and provide fabric visibility by launching a sequence of steps to create the topology view of the managed elements.
Support: HPE Storage, HPE M-series Ethernet switches, HPE B-series and C-series Fibre Channel switches, HPE Complete partner products, qualified 3rd party Ethernet switches, adapters (HBAs, NICs, CNAs), cables and optical transceivers.
End-to-end Monitoring With Self-healing Capabilities
The HPE Network Orchestrator monitors activities and generates events for action, auditing, and reporting.
Administrators can monitor various parameters end-to-end to make informed decisions based on alerts, with other fabric services to remedy a situation. Delivering an easy way for administrators to be altered about storage networking issues.
Builds on the basic diagnostic ready fabric capabilities with advanced diagnostic assessment to monitor and quickly identify states of physical ports for root cause analysis, failure impact assessment, and self-healing for improved performance.