Enabling Integrated Copy Data Management (iCDM) with Dell EMC Primary Storage.
EMC AppSync 90-day trial
AppSync Server requirements:
- – Windows Server 2008 SP2 (x64), Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64), Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (x64), Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 Processor
- – 775 MB minimum. Exact value appears in the installation wizard.
- – 6 GB minimum, 8 GB recommended CPU 2 CPU minimum, 4 CPU recommended
- – VMware virtual machine.
Memory and disk space requirements are the same as on physical host
VSI for VMware vSphere Web Client 6.6
Application host plug-in prerequisites
- – Windows Server l Linux l AIX
- – 150 MB minimum. Exact value is displayed in the installation wizard.
- – 2 GB minimum CPU 2 CPUs Prerequisites
- – VMware virtual machine OR HyperV Memory and disk space requirements are the same as on physical host.
- – 8085, 10004, pushing the host plugin to a Windows host requires CIFS access (TCP port 139 and TCP port 445).
- – Source IP is AppSync server: l Destination IP = Production or mount host running UNIX AppSync Host plug-in l Destination port = 22 (SSH port), Protocol: TCP Source IP = Production or mount host running UNIX AppSync host plug-in l Destination IP = AppSync server l Destination Port = 22 (SSH Port). Protocol: TCP
Virtual Storage Integrator (VSI) 6.6 is an EMC plug-in for the vSphere Web Client. VSI 6.6 allows the VMware administrator to provision, monitor, manage, and protect datastores on EMC storage directly from vCenter, simplifying management of the virtualized environment. VSI 6.6 supports AppSync Release 2.2 SP1 and the storage platforms that AppSync 2.2 SP1 supports, namely XtremIO, VMAX, VNX, VNXe3200. VSI 6.6 is distributed as part of the EMC Solutions Integration Service 6.6.
Reporting Security Vulnerabilities
If you identify a security vulnerability in an EMC product, please report the problem immediately. Timely identification of security vulnerabilities is critical to eliminating potential threats.
Customers, partners, and other entitled users of an EMC product should contact EMC Technical Support to report security issues discovered in EMC products. The EMC Technical Support team in collaboration with the appropriate product team and the EMC Product Security Response Team will work together on addressing the issue.
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