NetApp Monitoring


Skip the hours of work manually configuring and maintaining other NetApp monitoring systems. With no configuration work, you will have NetApp performance trending graphs and alerts on:

  • Every active interface
  • Total CPU usage, disk activity, IO per second, cache age, consistency point activity
  • Per volume space, inode and snapshot utilization
  • Per volume read and write latency, IO operations per second and throughput
  • Health checks for disk, fan and power supply failures; autosupport success
  • LUN queue depth
  • and many more metrics.

Whether you are running in Cluster mode or 7-mode, storage monitoring should not be something you need to spend assign your best people to. Let LogicMonitor monitor, alert on, and display the information for them, so they can get down to solving problems or more strategic activities.

Just a few of the critical NetApp metrics we monitor:

NetApp CPU Usage

The CPU load of a NetApp is an important metric to monitor, but LogicMonitor doesn’t stop there. It detects and monitors all the individual CPUs in a multi-processor system, tracks consistency point and interrupt activity, and lets you correlate whether the CPU load is impacting your request latency, or not.

NetApp Latency

This is the primary metric for every NetApp administrator – NetApps are meant to service read and write requests, and LogicMonitor lets you track exactly how long those request take, trend them over time, and alert you if there are any issues. It even accommodates the different units reported by different versions of OnTap.

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