The graphical user interface (GUI) is highly configurable to accommodate individual preferences and includes guided wizards and workflows to simplify administration. All actions available from the GUI may also be scripted with PowerShell Commandlets to orchestrate workflows with other tools and applications.
Integration with Popular System Management Platforms
DataCore offers deep integration with VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, as well as their respective systems management tools, vCenter and System Center.
For example, using Virtual Volumes (VVols) defined through DataCore’s VASA provider,VMware administrators can self-provision datastores for virtual machines (VMs) directly from their familiar hypervisor interface. This is possible even for devices in the DataCore pool that don’t natively support VVols and never will.
Similar capabilities to choose the capacity and characteristics of DataCore virtual disks (LUNs) are available from System Center Virtual Machine Manager (VMM).Collaboration with enterprise system monitoring tools such as System Center Operations Manager and Flowster dCenter is also supported.