Announcing EMC Isilon InsightIQ 4.1.1

InsightIQ allows you to monitor and analyze the performance and file systems on your Isilon OneFS cluster. InsightIQ provides powerful tools to help you maximize performance, optimize applications, and accurately forecast future storage needs.

New Features and enhancements in InsightIQ 4.1.1

The following are just some of the new features included in InsightIQ 4.1.1. For details and the complete list of new features and enhancements, see the InsightIQ 4.1.1 Release Notes. You’ll need to log in to EMC Online Support to access release notes.

Upgrade enhancements

Upgrading InsightIQ just got easier!  You can now upgrade from InsightIQ 3.2 and later directly to InsightIQ 4.1.1.

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Jobs and Services Performance report

The new Jobs and Services Performance report displays all jobs and services on the OneFS cluster and how they are affecting cluster performance.

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LDAP Authentication tab

The new LDAP authentication tab in the web user interface allows you to point your InsightIQ instance to an LDAP server for authentication.

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But wait, there’s more:

  • You can monitor and predict usage of Isilon storage clusters. Prediction is based on the rate of growth of capacity usage over time and extrapolated to identify when the capacity reaches 90%.
  • You can take advantage of the enhanced dashboard, including at-a-glance infographics that provide current health, status, and operations information for your monitored cluster.
  • You can easily monitor IPv6 data breakouts. InsightIQ reports IPv6 breakouts as separate clients instead of presenting them as one big generic IPv6 client group.
  • You can optionally communicate telemetry data to EMC through EMC Secure Remote Support.
  • InsightIQ 4.1.1 is fully compatible with OneFS 8.0.1 and IsilonSD Edge.
  • InsightIQ 4.1.1 is available as a free licensed product, which means that you can get community support through the EMC Community Network (ECN) Isilon Community.The new LDAP authentication tab in the web user interface allows you to point your InsightIQ instance to an LDAP server for authentication.

More information

To learn more, check out the InsightIQ Info Hub. There you’ll find a collection of InsightIQ-related information, including release notes, guides, videos, and links to EMC Community Network (ECN) blog posts and discussions.

Let us know!

Let us know what you think. If you have feedback for us about this or any other Isilon technical content, email us at mailto:docfeedback@emc.com. And thank you!

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5 Comments

  1. Wieger van der Burgt says:

    Hello,

    I just provided a rating for http://isiblog.emc.com/2017/01/emc-isilon-insightiq-4-1-1-is-now-available/ which was 0. This was not supossed to be. I think its a 5 but i can not see the stars, thus rate properly.:)

    Todd has nice articles so thats why i wanted to send this message:)

    kind regards,

    Wieger

    • Todd Jolley says:

      Hi Wieger-
      Thank you for your feedback!
      Yes. Our rating system isn’t functioning properly right now. We are hoping to address this soon!

      Thanks!
      Todd

      • Todd Jolley says:

        Hi-
        Following up on this…
        We have turned our rating system off for now, as it is not functioning properly.

        Thanks!
        Todd

  2. Pradeep says:

    We recently upgraded from 3.2 to 4.1.1 and found lot of bugs, our upgrade wasn’t as expected, the .sh file missed lot of directories and in the END, we weren’t able to access the GUI or execute the IIQ commands in CLI

    Hope this get fixed and we get the stable code

    • Todd Jolley says:

      Hi Pradeep-
      Upgrades from IIQ 3.2 to IIQ 4.1.1 are supported, and we are sorry to hear about your experience. In order to get more information, please engage with Isilon support on this issue (if you haven’t already). Support has the ability to create a request for engineering to update the IIQ product based on their troubleshooting results.

      Thanks!
      Todd

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