VitalEdge SCVMM Add-in for Storage Management

A Centralised Management Console

What is VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V ?

VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V is the Centralized management console for your storage host / Controller for the complex virtualized Hyper-V environment. VitalEdge provides the deep integration with your storage array and SCVMM.

SCVMM Add-in Key-Features

Volume Provisioning

Administrator can provision iSCSI volume using VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V at the storage side and seamlessly attach as volume to one or more Hyper-Vs, it is supporting to set generic & array related configurations like Disk size, Block Size IOs, Throughput, Latency etc.

Storage Performance and Health Monitoring

Do you want to monitor the performance and Health of the storage volume, VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V is providing the feature to monitor the performance and health of the disk, Administrator can monitor* disk read write IOs, throughput, latency, etc.

Storage Details

In the single console Administrator can fetch the details about the disk from the SCVMM and storage summary from the Storage Host, Administrator can get the details of the disk usage, number of snapshots on the volume, number of VMs available on the volume, created date, access time, etc.

Snapshot Creation

Administrators are allowed to create the snapshot of the storage volume in the storage controller, Administrator can create one time snapshot or can schedule to take once in a minute / hour / day / month. Administrators are allowed to start / stop the schedule any time.

Recover and Clone from Snapshot

Loss of data? You already scheduled a snapshot and want to recover to that point, VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V allows to revert back to the snapshot point.

Microsoft System Center

VitalEdge Storage Center for Hyper-V provides the deep integration with your storage array and Microsoft’s System Center and Hyper-V using Powershell.

Watch Demo

Vital Labs VitalEdge Storage Center – SCVMM Add-in provides capabilities to cloud admins to provision SAN and NAS volumes on storage array and seamlessly attach to Hyper-V as volume in single click.

Case Studies

Developing Application Consistent Backup & Recovery Tool

Vital Labs team has developed application consistent backup and recovery tools for Microsoft applications such as SQL Server, Exchange and SharePoint. This case study focuses on backup & Recovery product for SQL Server.

Developing VMware vCenter Plug-in

Vital Labs created a completely reusable framework and software components for quickly developing vCenter plug-ins for various storage arrays.

Developing VAAI - vStorage APIs for Array Integration Plug-in

Vital Labs team developed NAS VAAI Plug-in and owned the responsibility to complete the VAAI NFS certification suite tests and pass the VMware ESX 5.1 certification. We also completed VMware View 5.2 certification suite tests with the VAAI NFS plug-in integration and passed the VMware certification.

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