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EMC XtremIO PowerShell support – Finally!

EMC have released XIOS version 4.1.10-33 and XMS version 4.2 recently, and although they look like minor point releases, there are some long awaited improvements that I certainly have been pleased with. The first one is a PowerShell support. Readers of this blog will now I’m a big PowerShell guy. I use it for automation, workflows, provisioning…..and loads more. Download… Read more »

EMC XtremIO 4.x – AD LDAP Configuration

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Configuring Active Directory (or really LDAP) based authentication for your infrastructure is basically standard fare. Default accounts should always be changed and centralized management and control of access credentials saves you effort over time, and is “Security 101” With that in mind I set about configuring LDAP authentication against an Active Directory on a freshly minted XtremIO 4 cluster, so thought… Read more »

EMC XtremIO V4.x – Add a Cluster to an existing XMS

The release of XtremIO V4 earlier this year delivered a lot of improvements to an already powerful package. One of the improvements I have been keen to explore was the ability to manage multiple clusters from a single XMS console. The benefits I see are obvious… A single management point for multiple clusters, consolidated reporting, and reduced Management footprint (each XMS… Read more »