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IT admins rely on a number of things in their daily life: Energy drinks, dreams of golden beaches, and system monitoring software. Most of them make do with two out of three of these elements, so please take a moment today and think happy thoughts for those deprived admins.
Now, if monitoring software is such a valuable tool for admins, what does Red Hat bring to the table with its new Red Hat Storage Server 3 (RHSS3)?
Fear not, we're here to spell it out for you in this brief video. Learn how RHSS3 monitors physical and logical entities, as well as services. Learn what types of status and trend reports it can provide. We even cover the types of open-source software we use to make it all happen…so make with the clicking, dear reader, and then head over here for more information.