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1 © 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice XP12000 Array Solution Overview HP Restricted Module 1

2 Sept 2004HP Restricted 2 Objectives Describe the positioning, ancestry, and the HP and Hitachi relationship for the XP family of arrays List the XP hardware components List the XP license-activated software and value-added products Describe the licensing strategy for XP array products List and define the common XP terms and acronyms

3 Sept 2004HP Restricted 3 Outstanding TCO <35 TB Storage consolidation + disaster recovery Simplification through virtualization Windows, HP-UX, Linux, + more Always-on Availability <165+ TB Data center consolidation + disaster recovery Large-scale Oracle/SAP applications HP-UX, Windows, + 20 more, including mainframe Low-cost Consolidation <24 TB Web, Exchange, SQL Simple DtS (ProLiant) Windows, Linux, Netware + more Scalability Performance EVA Family Meeting a full range of customer needs: From SMB to the enterprise XP Famil y MSA Family

4 Sept 2004HP Restricted 4 XP disk arrays have a proud heritage More than 5000 XP Frames and 36 Petabytes of capacity installed so far! XP512 XP12000 XP128 XP48 XP256 XP1024

5 Sept 2004HP Restricted 5 XP disk array generations 1st generation XP256 =DKC310I/DKU305I = RAID300 = Amsterdam (HDS 7700E) 2nd generation XP512 =DKC410I/DKU405I = RAID400 = Orca/Paris (HDS 9960) XP48 =DKC415I = RAID400 = Cuda (HDS 9910) 3rd generation XP1024 =DKC460I/DKU455I = RAID450 = K2 (HDS 9980) XP128 =DKC465I = RAID450 = Shasta (HDS 9970) 4th generation XP12000= DKC510I/DKU505I = RAID500 = Panther

6 Sept 2004HP Restricted 6 HP Hitachi relationship HP is the only company that has both an OEM agreement and an engineering agreement on XP technology HP is a partner with Hitachi Ltd. for improving the core technology OEM Reseller HP XP1024 XP128 HDS 9980V 9970V SUN Hitachi Ltd. Japan RAID 450 Core

7 Sept 2004HP Restricted 7 XP—Success through value RAID array hardware Common microcode HP solutions CV Performance and availability monitor High- availability extensions Load balancer 24x7 phone home SAM plug-ins >1,000,000 lines of exclusive code from HP OEM agreement HP exclusive microcode features

8 Sept 2004HP Restricted 8 XP12000 is a whole product Array Hardware Software Solutions Services

9 Sept 2004HP Restricted 9 4 th generation industry leading architecture Explosive Performance Fibre Channel Backplane Switch Fibre Channel... Fibre Channel... Cross Bar 13GB/s + 68GB/s Cache Memory Up to 128/256 ports Up to 1152 high speed disks Disk Access ACP Disk Access ACP Host Connection CHIP Host Connection CHIP Cache Memory Shared Memory

10 Sept 2004HP Restricted 10 XP12000 new features Hardware improvements –up to 128 disk drives in single cabinet  expandable to 1152 –2 Gb/s backend –256 maximum CHA ports –from 128 GB Cache Memory up to 256 GB in 12 months –6 GB Shared Memory (up to 24 GB within next 12 months) –up to 4 separate Shared Memory Boards –clustered SVP blades –true online microcode upgrade for all types of attached hosts Software improvements –External Storage –Partitioning (not in first release) –Journaling Continuous Access (not in first release) –all software functions from previous XP arrays

11 Sept 2004HP Restricted 11 HP StorageWorks XP12000 Unprecedented performance, scalability, and reliability for the enterprise XP12000 Maximum disk drives1152 Maximum capacity 165TB raw, 144TB usable 345TB raw, 300GB usable after May 2005 Maximum aggregated crossbar throughput 68GB/s data 13GB/s control Maximum sequential data transfer rate 8GB/s Maximum random I/O/s from cache 1900,000 Maximum LDEVs16384

12 Sept 2004HP Restricted 12 XP disk array performance XP12000XP1024XP128 Maximum sequential performance 8.0 GB/s 2.1 GB/s1.2 GB/s Maximum random performance cache 1,900,000 IOPS 544,000 IOPS272,000 IOPS Maximum random performance disk 120,000 IOPS 66,000 IOPS33,000 IOPS Data bandwidth 68 GB/s 10 GB/s5 GB/s Control bandwidth 13 GB/s5 GB/s2.5 GB/s

13 Sept 2004HP Restricted 13 XP disk array specifications XP12000XP1024XP128 Maximum disk drives 1,152 + Ext storage 1, Maximum raw capacity 165TB + Ext storage 149TB18TB Maximum usable capacity 144TB + Ext storage 129TB16TB Maximum cache 128GB 64GB Maximum shared memory 6GB4GB Supported RAID levels RAID 1 (2D+2D) RAID 1 (4D+4D) RAID 5 (3D+1P) RAID 5 (7D+1P) (RAID 5 (6D+2P)) RAID 1 (2D+2D) RAID 1 (4D+4D) RAID 5 (3D+1P) RAID 5 (7D+1P) RAID 1 (2D+2D) RAID 1 (4D+4D) RAID 5 (3D+1P) RAID 5 (7D+1P) Disk drive types 73GB 15,000 rpm 146GB 10,000 rpm (146GB 15,000 rpm) (300GB 10,000 rpm) 36GB 15,000 rpm 73GB 10,000 rpm 73GB 15,000 rpm 146GB 10,000 rpm 36GB 15,000 rpm 73GB 10,000 rpm 73GB 15,000 rpm 146GB 10,000 rpm

14 Sept 2004HP Restricted 14 Hardware terminology Redundant array of inexpensive disksRAID Shared memory is battery backed-up, nonvolatile memory that is used to store cache directories and disk control information. Shared memory Very high speed memory that is used to speed I/O transaction time. All reads and writes to the XP array family are sent to the cache Cache memory Service ProcessorSVP Hard Disk Unit—A canister that holds the HDDsHDU Hard Disk DriveHDD Disk Cabinet UnitDKU Disk Controller UnitDKC A PCB used for data transfer control between the host and cache memory; same as CHA CHIP A PCB used for data transfer control between disk drives and cache memory; same as DKA ACP

15 Sept 2004HP Restricted 15 CHIPs Provide connections to hosts or servers and come in pairs Maximum of four pairs per XP12000 Disk Array system Fibre Channel –16- and 32-port 1 to 2Gb/s autosensing Fibre Channel in both short- and long-wave versions ESCON –16-port ExSA Channel (ESCON compatible) FICON –Eight- and (16-port) 1 to 2Gb/s autosensing FICON in both short- and long-wave versions iSCSI (on the roadmap for 2H 2005) –16-port 1Gb/s Ethernet short wave

16 Sept 2004HP Restricted 16 ACP Performs all data movement between the disks and cache memory –Provides data protection through RAID 1 mirroring and RAID 5 parity generation –Provides eight redundant 2Gb/s FC-AL loops (16 loops total per pair) and supports up to 48 dual ported drives per loop Maximum of four ACP pairs per XP12000 Disk Array system –Configured in pairs for redundancy

17 Sept 2004HP Restricted 17 Disk drives The number and type of disk drives installed in an XP disk array is flexible –Disks must be added in groups of four Additional capacity can be installed over time as capacity needs grow –New technology (faster/larger) disks might become available for future upgrades All disks use the industry-standard dual ported 2Gb/s FC-AL interface –Each disk is connected to both of the redundant ACPs in a pair by separate Fibre Channel arbitrated loops Spare drives are automatically used in the event of a disk drive failure Disk drive specifications73GB, 15,000146GB, 10,000146GB, 15,000300GB, 10,000 Raw capacity (User area)71.5 GB GB Disk diameter2.5 inches3 inches Rotation speed14,904 rpm10,025 rpm Mean latency time2.01 ms2.99 ms Mean seek time (read/write)3.8/4.2 ms4.9/5.4 ms Internal data transfer rate74.5 to MB/s57.3 to 99.9 MB/s Future

18 Sept 2004HP Restricted 18 XP12000 SVP operation

19 Sept 2004HP Restricted 19 Cache memory Cache memory is used temporarily to store data from the host until it is written to disk and to stage data requested by the host from the disk All cache is backed up by a fully redundant 48 ‑ hour battery XP disk arrays have global ECC mirrored cache Cache usage is governed by user-established, performance based policies, not physical partitions. 4 GB to 128 GB of cache can be installed in Cache Platform pairs

20 Sept 2004HP Restricted 20 Shared memory Shared memory is separate from the cache memory and is used to store control information, freeing up the cache memory exclusively for user data Shared memory is also used to store system configuration information such as system components mapping, LUN maps, cache pointers, and RAID levels All shared memory is backed up by a fully redundant 48-hour battery The Shared Memory in the XP12000 is mirrored 1 GB to 12 GB of Shared Memory can be installed in an XP12000 (Max Shared Memory at launch is 6 GB. The additional SM Platform Board is not available)

21 Sept 2004HP Restricted 21 HP storage software Array-based software –Configuration Management –Availability Management HP Adaptive Management offerings include a portfolio of market-leading storage software to give you control OpenView storage management –Storage Area Management –Data Management

22 Sept 2004HP Restricted 22 New and enhanced XP12000 Disk Array software Enhanced HP Command View XP Simplifying web-based array management, configuration, and administration New high performance streamlined architecture simplifying management Centralized licensing, security administration, external storage configuration, and management New HP Performance Control XP Flexible performance resource allocation Brand new web-based performance allocation tool allowing flexible performance level quality of service by allocating array bandwidth to specific hosts Enhanced HP Performance Advisor XP Flexible real-time performance management and monitoring New tools focused on managing external storage performance HP Continuous Access XP Journal (Next release) Real-time extended distance multisite mirroring High capacity, lower cost, lower bandwidth update tracking Extra measure of data security HP Business Copy XP (Future release) Real-time local mirroring Enhanced capabilities including snapshot

23 Sept 2004HP Restricted 23 XP12000 Disk Array configuration management HP Command View XP * Web-based XP disk array management, configuration, and administration HP LUN Configuration and Security Manager XP Web-based LUN management and data security configuration HP Performance Advisor XP Web-based real-time performance monitoring HP Performance Control XP * Web-based performance resource allocation HP LUN Security XP Extension Web-based write-once/read-many archive storage configuration HP Cache LUN XP Web-based cache volume lock performance acceleration HP Auto LUN XP Web-based storage performance optimization HP Data Exchange XP Mainframe and open system host data sharing * New/enhanced compared to the XP128 and XP1024 Disk Arrays

24 Sept 2004HP Restricted 24 XP12000 Disk Array availability management HP Business Copy XP * Real-time local mirroring HP Continuous Access XP/XP Extension Real-time synchronous and asynchronous remote mirroring HP Continuous Access XP Journal * Real-time extended distance multisite mirroring HP External Storage XP * Connect low cost external storage to the XP disk array HP Flex Copy XP Point-in-time copy to/restore from external HP MSA HP Secure Path XP/Auto Path XP Automatic host multipath failover and dynamic load balancing HP Cluster Extension XP Extended high availability server clustering HP Fast Recovery Solutions Accelerated Windows application backup and recovery management

25 Sept 2004HP Restricted 25 Command View XP (1 of 2)

26 Sept 2004HP Restricted 26 Command View XP (2 of 2) Features Web-based architecture Common interface for XP array management value add applications Graphical representations and diagnostics of fibre channel I/O paths Supports CIM/WBEM Storage Standard Benefits Supports XP12000/XP1024/XP128/XP512/XP48 Drag-and-drop XP management Multiple security layers ensure information is safe and secure Manage multiple arrays from single console

27 Sept 2004HP Restricted 27 Easy-to-use menus for defining array groups, creating logical volumes, and configuring ports LUN Configuration and Security Manager XP (1 of 2)

28 Sept 2004HP Restricted 28 LUN Configuration and Security Manager XP (2 of 2) Features Assignment of LUNs by means of drag and drop Assignment of multiple LUNs with a single click Checks each I/O for valid security LUN and WWN group control Benefits Flexibility to configure the array to meet changing capacity needs Permissions for data access can be changed with no downtime Every I/O is checked to ensure and maintain secure data access

29 Sept 2004HP Restricted 29 Cache LUN Features Stores critical data in the XP array cache User configurable, easy to use Fast file access and data transfer Scalable Benefits Speeds access to mission- critical data Provides access to critical data, such as database indices in nanoseconds rather than milliseconds Boosts performance by redirecting I/O requests to the cache

30 Sept 2004HP Restricted 30 Performance Advisor XP Features Real-time data gathering and analysis System view of all resources Flexible event notification and large historical repository Benefits Identify performance bottlenecks before they impact business Helps maintain maximum array performance Precise integration eliminates “blame storming” across systems, database, and storage administrators Collect, monitor, and display real-time performance

31 Sept 2004HP Restricted 31 Auto LUN XP Features Optimizes storage resources Moves high-priority data to underutilized volumes Identifies volumes stressed under high I/O workload Creates a volume migration plan Migrates data across different disks or RAID levels Benefits Improves array performance and reduces management costs by automatically placing data in highest performing storage (cache, RAID 0/1, RAID 5) Nondisruptive volume migration for performance optimization High capacity disks High-performance disks 73GB Policy-based LUN migration 36GB

32 Sept 2004HP Restricted 32 High priority Med priority Low priority Management console OLTP DW Application testing Performance Control XP Manage XP I/O processing capacity to maximize performance utilization I/O/s or MB/s policies Host level policy enforcement Host grouping Policy scheduling Powerful reporting tools GUI and scripting interface Replaces Application Policy Manager XP software

33 Sept 2004HP Restricted 33 Resource Manager XP and Data Exchange XP Features Share data between mainframes and open systems servers Management and storage of mainframe and open systems data on single XP disk array Perform data format and code conversions Benefits Consolidation provides optimized storage usage and management Savings in programming resources for data extraction and system-level resources Data can reside on XP storage in a common format, saving time and resources Connect a mainframe to your XP and share data Mainframe/ Flat file/DB HP-UX server Data Exchange XP software Mainframe SAM file Flat file

34 Sept 2004HP Restricted 34 Availability management software Scalability Availability Business Copy XP c1 cn p p XP Continuous Access XP Clustering Cluster Extension XP Wide area Clustering Continental Clusters Wide area Autopath XP

35 Sept 2004HP Restricted 35 BC XP Features Real-time, async, local data mirroring within XP disk arrays Integrated into leading backup/restore applications Instant access to copy volumes Instant recovery Configurable through GUI/CLI Works on LDEV level (RAID and HDD independence) P C9 Cn C1 High-speed, real-time data replication

36 Sept 2004HP Restricted 36 Secure Path XP (formally known as AutoPath) (1 of 2) Automatic protection against HBA and I/O path failures with load balancing

37 Sept 2004HP Restricted 37 Secure Path XP (formally known as AutoPath) (2 of 2) Features Automatic and dynamic I/O path failover and load balancing Automatic error detection Heterogeneous support— Windows NT, Windows 2000, HP-UX, Linux, and AIX Path failover and load balancing for MSCS on Windows NT and Windows 2000—Persistent reservation Benefits Eliminates single points of I/O failure Self-managing automatic error detection and load balancing Same software interface across XP and virtual arrays simplifies training and administration

38 Sept 2004HP Restricted 38 CA XP and CA Extension XP (1 of 2) High-performance real-time remote data mirroring Open Systems Mainframe Fibre Channel or ESCON FICON or ESCON Fibre Channel

39 Sept 2004HP Restricted 39 CA XP and CA Extension XP (2 of 2) Features Real-time remote data mirroring between local and remote XP disk arrays Fast failover/failback for seamless, reliable mirroring recovery operations Flexible host agent for solution integration Enables a wide range of remote mirroring solutions Synchronous and asynchronous copy modes Benefits Reliable and easy to manage Offers geographically dispersed disaster recovery

40 Sept 2004HP Restricted 40 Always On Availability–Cluster Extension XP Features Extends local cluster solutions up to the distance limits of the software Rapid, automatic application recovery Integrates with multihost environments Benefits Enhances overall solution availability Ensures continued operation in the event of metropolitan-wide disasters Seamless integration of remote mirroring with industry-leading heterogeneous server clustering XP array Continuou s Access XP Datacenter A Datacenter B datamirror Cluster Cluster Extension XP HP Unique Feature Industry-leading business continuity

41 Sept 2004HP Restricted 41 Always-on availability: new Continuous Access XP Journal capability Features –Update data (Journal) is stored on disk and replicated as a batch –Remote side initiates updates –Enables logical 1:2 and 1:1:1 configurations Benefits –Updates very efficient, less bandwidth required –Provides high-capacity lower cost disk-based update data tracking –Ideal for multisite implementations Data JNL Copy Primary Remote JNL Copy Remote 3 4 Second release Disaster tolerance efficiency

42 Sept 2004HP Restricted 42 Connect low-cost and/or legacy external storage utilizing the superior functionality of the Next Generation XP disk array Accessed as a full privilege internal XP12000 LU No restrictions; use as –A regular XP12000 LUN –Part of a Flex Copy XP, Business Copy XP –With full solutions support –Part of a Continuous Access XP pair Facilitates data migration from XP, HDS, IBM, and EMC arrays Reduce costs by using less expensive secondary storage External Storage XP FC CHIP XP External Storage Hosts FC CHIP LUN MSA1000 XP SAN

43 Sept 2004HP Restricted 43 Storage Partition XP and Cache Partition XP Easy, secure consolidation Divide an XP12000 disk array into independent configurable and manageable subarrays Partition cache or array (cache, storage, or port) resources –Allows array resources to be focused to meet critical host requirements –Allows for service provider oriented deployments –Can independently and securely manage array partitions –Can deploy in a mixed deployment (cache, array, or traditional) CHIP Cache CHIP Site A Site B Site C Site A Admin Site B Admin Main Site Super Admin Non- partitioned Disk Main Site CHIP Cache

44 Sept 2004HP Restricted 44 New NonStop server XP disk array support HP StorageWorks XP disk array family Brings NonStop users SAN value and unsurpassed scalability Extends NonStop availability with bulletproof reliability and availability −RAID, Checksum, remote replication, and so on NonStop Server support for the XP128 and XP1024 Disk Arrays available 07 September 2004 NonStop Server support for the XP12000 Disk Array available in 1H 2005 HP Unique Feature The only consolidated storage able to meet NonStop requirements

45 Sept 2004HP Restricted 45 NonStop enterprise storage connectivity opens new opportunities NonStop servers can now participate in enterprise-wide SAN database applications –Enterprise-wide scalability means lower cost per MB for large databases –OLTP applications: large XP disk array cache sizes benefit performance –BI and ZLE ODS applications: lower cost per MB is critical –New data base applications, for example, life cycle content management and government-mandated initiatives (HIPPA) NonStop will be viewed as completely “open” system and can participate in storage consolidation initiatives NonStop can participate in tiered applications, for example, as database back-end engine on industry standard storage NonStop revenue opportunities –New NonStop system sales/upgrades –Modular I/O Components and SW –Prepares customers for Itanium migration

46 Sept 2004HP Restricted 46 XP12000 software licensing Four different licensing models raw capacity-based licensing usable capacity-based licensing per server licensing per XP subsystem licensing most XP software products are available as trial licenses (Source ESP keyword: testdrive)

47 Sept 2004HP Restricted 47 XP1024/128 firmware-based software overview Firmware-based software is software that is in the firmware of the disk array CA XP and CA XP Extension (used) BC XP (used) LUN Configuration and Security Manager XP (raw) LUN Security XP Extension (used) Cache LUN XP (raw) Auto LUN XP (raw) FlexCopy XP External Storage XP These titles are licensed based on either raw or used capacity or the array

48 Sept 2004HP Restricted 48 XP12000/XP1024/XP128 licensing strategy XP1024/XP128 Product #Description XXXXXAA1TB LTU (0 to 1TB) XXXXXAB1TB LTU (2 to 6TB) XXXXXAC1TB LTU (7 to 15TB) XXXXXAD1TB LTU (16 to 36TB) Customer receives a Frame Unlimited key at 36TB purchased. XP12000 Product #Description XXXXXAA1TB LTU (0 to1TB) XXXXXAB1TB LTU (2 to 6TB) XXXXXAC1TB LTU (7 to 15TB) XXXXXAD1TB LTU (16 to 31TB) XXXXXAE1TB LTU (32 to 63TB) Customer receives a Frame Unlimited key at 63TB purchased. Exception — For external LUN XP, Frame Unlimited License key at 127TB

49 Sept 2004HP Restricted 49 XP Software Structure/licensing – XP128/1024 demo purposes only

50 Sept 2004HP Restricted 50 XP12000/XP1024/XP128 license key strategy Each software license key generated is unique and based on the following criteria Software product Array serial number Hardware platform (XP12000 or XP1024 or XP128) Capacity value (number of TBs ordered) Existing capacity (number of TBs on the array) HPAC is the license key retrieval site for all NSS SW titles The HPAC tracks all of the above information to ensure the proper license keys are generated Therefore, every license key must be obtained through the HPAC

51 Sept 2004HP Restricted 51 Example — Software on a 2.5TB initial system Cache LUN XP (raw capacity license) initial purchase on 2.5TB system Product # Description Price Range T1716AA1TB LTU 7.2K 0–1TB T1716AB 1TB LTU 3.0K 2–6TB T1716AC 1TB LTU1.4K7–15TB T1716AD 1TB LTU1.0K 16–31TB T1716AE 1TB LTU1.0K 32–63TB Round 2.5TB up to the nearest TB, purchase 3TB license capacity Product Qty Total List T1716AA 1 7.2K (1*7.2K) [1TB increment, gets customer to 1TB] T1716AB 26.0K (2*3.0K) [1TB increment, gets customer to 3TB]

52 Sept 2004HP Restricted 52 Example — Software on a 4TB capacity upgrade For software license upgrades, customers buy same products in quantities to bump them up to the desired total license capacity, starting with the installed license capacity already on the system and working through the tiers for the appropriate capacity levels Example–Cache LUN XP (raw capacity license) upgrade purchase: –Customer has a 11.5TB raw capacity system with 12TB installed license capacity. Buys 4TB raw upgrade disk (bringing the total raw storage capacity of the array up to15.5TB) –Requires at least 3.5TB (15.5TB–12TB) additional license capacity for Cache LUN XP –Round 3.5TB up to the nearest TB, purchase 4TB license capacity for a total of 16TB: Product Qty Total list T1716AC 34.2K (3*1.4K) [1TB increment, gets customer up to 15TB] T1716AD 11.0K (1*1.0K) [1TB increment, gets customer up to 16TB] 5.2K

53 Sept 2004HP Restricted 53 Example — Software on 18TB initial system Example: External Storage XP 18TB purchase To provide for 18TB total license capacity for the software, the customer would order the following Product Number Quantity Description T1706AG 1 10TB increment—gets customer up to 10TB T1706AC 5 1TB increment—gets customer up to 15TB T1706AD 3 1TB increment—gets customer up to 18TB

54 Sept 2004HP Restricted 54 XP12000/XP1024/XP128 license key — License terms and enforcement For XP1024/XP128 firmware-based software, license capacity limits are enforced BC XP, CA XP, CA XP Extension, LUN Security XP Extension, and External Storage XP –These products are licensed based on used capacity –For configuration they must first expand software license capacity by purchasing and installing license capacity upgrades LUN Configuration and Security Manager XP, Cache LUN XP, and Auto LUN XP –These products are licensed based on the total raw capacity of the array –When the array raw capacity exceeds the license capacity of the software, the user gets warning messages telling them to upgrade the license capacity

55 Sept 2004HP Restricted 55 HDS to HP naming conventions (1 of 2) HITACHIHitachi MeaningHDSHP CVSCustom Volume SizeVirtual Logical Vol Image Volume Manager XP DCRDynamic Cache ResidenceFlash AccessCache LUN XP HIHSMHitachi Internal Hierarchical Storage Manager Dynamic OptimizerAuto LUN XP HMRSHitachi Multi platform Resource Sharing HMRSResource Manager XP HMDEHitachi Multi platform Data Exchange HMDEData Exchange XP HOMRCFHitachi Open Multiple RAID Configuration Facility Shadow Image/OpenBusiness Copy XP HORCMHitachi Open Remote Copy Manager Command Control Interface RAID Manager XP HORCHitachi Open Remote CopyHRC/OContinuous Access XP HRCAHitachi Remote Copy Asynchronous HRC/AsynchronousContinuous Access Async XP

56 Sept 2004HP Restricted 56 HDS to HP naming conventions (2 of 2) HITACHIHitachi MeaningHDSHP LUN Security LUN Config. Manager and Security Manager XP LUNMLUN Manager LUN Config. Manager and Security Manager XP LUSELUN ManagerLUSEVolume Manager XP ODCROpen Dynamic Cache Residency FlashAccess (Open)Cache LUN XP RAID Manager RAID Manager XP n/a Hi-TrackCIMON n/a GRAPH-TrackPerformance Manager XP n/a Command View XP n/a Performance Advisor XP

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