Do your storage administrators need to partition HPE XP7 Storage resources, at physical and logical levels?
The HPE XP7 Resource Partition Software allows role-based access control of XP7 resources. It allows storage administrators to partition XP7 Storage resources, at physical and logical level (ports, parity groups, LDEV, host groups, and external volumes) and assigning these resources to sub-administrators while retaining overall control.
HPE XP7 Resource Partition Software is ideal for a multi-tenant environment set up where dedicated sub-administrators need to manage the IT infrastructure needs of their respective business units. At the same time, it allows the data center administrator to retain complete control of XP7 Storage resources and decide to partition the XP7 Storage resources either at a logical level to improve storage utilization efficiency or at a physical level to improve quality of service and avoid data and access breaches across multiple tenants.
Efficiently Manage a Large and Complex Data Center Running on XP7 Storage
HPE XP7 Resource Partition Software assigns role based access controls allowing storage administrators to partition HPE XP7 Storage resources, at physical and logical level (ports, parity groups, LDEV, host groups), and assigning these resources to sub-administrators while retaining overall control.
Useful for both cloud service providers and for organizations with consolidated IT infrastructures. Provides a platform for multiple tenants to host storage and capable of charging per usage.
The HPE XP7 Resource Partition Software is included in HPE XP7 Array Manager Suite for efficient management.
Partition Your HPE XP7 Storage per Your Business Demands
The HPE XP7 Resource Partition Software improves XP7 Storage resource utilization with shared resources such as ports, parity groups and external storage, and dedicated resources such as host groups and LDEVs, with logical partitioning of XP7 Storage.
Create resource groups based on the needs of your customers or business units, helping to certify that quality of service and data secrecy requirements are met with hardware-based partitioning.