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EMC Global Services Software Development

E-Lab Advisor (ELA)


How to Create Interoperability
Assessment and Target Array Migration
Readiness Reports

December 2013

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Contents
What is E-Lab Advisor (ELA)
Accessing E-Lab Advisor (ELA)
ELA Process
GS Tools Website - Welcome Page
Uploading Files into E-Lab Advisor
Uploading Files into E-Lab Advisor via Sahara
Single File Upload in ELA Website
Batch File Upload in ELA Website
Report Search Page
Report Search Page - Filtering
The Interoperability Assessment Report
The Target Array Migration Readiness Report
Useful Links and Information

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What is E-Lab Advisor (ELA)?
Integrated Web Application accessed via EMC Login (Powerlink)
Users upload data collections to document environments, for problem diagnosis, ELN Interoperability
Assessments and Migration Readiness assessments

EMCgrab for UNIX and VMWare [Collection of Host Scripts rolled up into a single executable]
EMCREPORTS [Similar to EMCgrab but for Windows]
Switch Collections [Brocade (support show, support save, switch show); Cisco (show tech-support
details); McData (Connectrix Manager Data collection, show all)]
Others
User can upload data collections directly into ELA or use the Sahara Windows desktop utility or use
ECA
Uses ELab Navigator (ELN) Support Matrices to qualify Hosts, OS, HBA, Array, and Software

Generates HTML (default) Host and Switch Reports

Provides dashboard for a high level overview

Users can select host and switch assets to create a SANsummary report in .xls format
Users can select host assets to create an Interoperability Assessment report in .xls format [Please
Note: This report was previously called the Remediation Report. The report has been updated to conform to the new
remediation policy and ELNs assessment criteria in support of the policy. The assessment logic remains the same as
before.]
Users will be able to select host assets and a Target Array + Microcode to create a Target Array
Migration Readiness report in .xls format [Please Note: This report has replaced the Target Array report.
With this new report, the customer can easily determine the hosts that are ready for migration and those that need
remediation prior to migration to the target array. The logic to select the target array and to generate the report
remains the same as before.]

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Accessing E-Lab Advisor (ELA)

Internal Users can access ELA on the GS Tools Website by using the following
link: https://elabadvisor.emc.com/app/home/index

Customers and Partners can access ELA via the EMC Support Site
https://support.emc.com - by clicking on the E-Lab Advisor link under Product
and Support Tool

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ElA Process
Upload Processing Reporting

EMCgrab From ELN


(Unix) TGZ SANSummary
(.xls)
ESM

EMCREPORTS Interoperability
(Windows) ZIP Assessment
E-Lab Advisor Report
(.xls)

Target Array
EMCgrab TGZ Migration
(VMware) Readiness
(.xls)

TXT PDF
Switch CLI HTML

1. Upload directly from desktop to ELA Web User Interface


2. Upload from desktop via Sahara Windows Utility through ELA Webservices API and automatically download
the individual server, detailed HTML report
3. Discover/Upload from ECA (Environment Collection Appliance) through ELA Webservices API and
automatically download the individual server, detailed HTML report and the Interoperability Assessment
report

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GS Tools Website Welcome Page
https://elabadvisor.emc.com/app/home/index

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Uploading Files into E-Lab Advisor
Click the E-Lab
Advisor tab to open
the Upload Interface

Only 1 field required


This is the only
Upload a single file or required field
multiple files in a single
zip file These fields are
provided to tag
your reports,
File type is making them
easier to find
automatically detected (especially useful
by ELA with Remediation,
Target Array, and
SANSummary
Reports)
Additional fields help to
make finding, grouping
and classifying
reporting easier
Click to Upload

Note: Uploaded Batch


files must not contain
folders or directories

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Uploading Files into E-Lab Advisor via Sahara
You can also use Sahara software for
uploading Grab files into E-Lab Advisor
(ELA) without accessing the ELA
Website

Sahara is a File Upload and ELA HTML


Report Download Utility for E-Lab
Advisor

Does not download Remediation, Target


Array, and SANsummary reports

Users must log into ELA Website to


create the Remediation, Target Array,
and SANsummary Reports

Installs on Windows PC including


Windows7

Requires PowerLink Authentication and


EMC network connectivity

Sahara can be obtained by clicking the


Licensed Tools link on the ELA
Website

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Single File Upload in ELA Website
ELA Displays Upload Summary Page - after upload completes and HTML report is created
Page shows single host information from uploaded Grab file

Click here to
obtain a
single ELA
report
Click to create a Click to create a Click to create a Click to obtain Click to obtain a
Interoperability SANsummary Target Array Migration an HTML status of all files
Assessment Report Report for the Readiness Report for report for the parsed from the
for the single host single host the single host single host uploaded Grab

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Batch File Upload in ELA Website
ELA Displays Upload Summary Page - after upload completes and HTML report is created
Page shows multiple host information from uploaded Grab file

Click to create an Click to create a Click to create a Target Click to obtain a Click to obtain a
Interoperability SANsummary Array Migration single Zip file of status of all files
Assessment Report Report for Readiness Report for HTML reports for parsed from the
for displayed hosts displayed hosts displayed hosts displayed hosts uploaded Grabs

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Reports Search Page

Allows you to find previous reports


Most recent reports at the top
Filters to narrow results using multiple criteria
Date (last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days)
Name (Server, Switch Name, etc.)
Type (Host, Switch)
Service Request
Project
Site Name
CCA Party No
Status
Retention of 90 days

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Reports Search Page - filtering

Adjust filters to include only the objects you want


included in the reports

Filter Fields (Name, Service Req No, Project, Site


Name, CCA Party No.) are case insensitive and
perform substring matching. For example, filtering
on the letter j in the Name field will select the
two host assets in the first and last rows; filtering
on number 8 will display only the last two rows.

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The
Interoperability
Assessment
Report
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The Interoperability Assessment Report
The Interoperability Assessment report is an evolution of the former Remediation Report. This
report is generated by filtering and selecting host and switch assets from the Upload Summary page, the
Reports Search page or the SANsummary page, and clicking the Interoperability Assessment report
button. The report combines data present in multiple host and switch reports into a single Excel
formatted spreadsheet.
The Excel spreadsheet report will contain the interoperability assessment results of all the host/switch
objects which match the current filter in either the Upload Summary page or the Reports Search page or
the SANsummary page.
The report displays in a corresponding Operating System (OS) worksheet, the results of the E-Lab
Advisor assessments performed against ELN's ESM (EMC Support Matrices) of each user-selected host
(server). For example, if the user selected 20 hosts - 10 Windows, 5 Solaris, and 5 AIX - for inclusion in
the remediation analysis, the results will be displayed in three separate worksheets (tabs): Windows,
Solaris, and AIX. Within each OS worksheet, the results of each analyzed server will be displayed in a
single row comprising of multiple columns.
Please Note: Currently, in ELA, you can generate an Interoperability Assessment report for your
Symmetrix, CLARiiON, and VNX environments but not for servers connected to VPLEX arrays. However,
the report will include input server information (of servers with VPLEX arrays) from the uploaded grab
files. The current report will not include any corresponding ELN information. ELA will be updated in a
subsequent release to include this information. Meanwhile users should continue using EMC's Simple
Support Matrix (ESSM) documents in E-Lab Navigator to qualify hosts attached to VPLEX arrays.
The Host Summary - Interoperability Assessment information at the very top of each OS
worksheet, provides a summary status and count of hosts that do not require any remediation
(highlighted in GREEN and "OK" as meeting the Target level); hosts that require remediation of one or
more components (highlighted in RED and "NS" as not supported) in order to meet EMC E-Lab
Navigator's (ELN) interoperability criteria; and hosts with components highlighted in YELLOW or "ES" as
matching E-Lab Navigator's Extended Support criteria that informs users to develop an upgrade plan to
maintain a healthy, interoperable environment.

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The Interoperability Assessment Report (cont.)
Assessment of Cluster Software
ELA assesses the infrastructure software (e.g. PowerPath) and Volume Manager software (e.g. VxVM)
independent of the installed Cluster software. Cluster software is assessed in combination with the OS
version, Volume Manager software, Infrastructure software, and Array(s). ELA displays the cluster software
as not supported based on the following:
It does not find the cluster software or any supported versions in ELNs Cluster Software table
There are target cluster software versions in the ELN Cluster Software table, but the installed cluster
version is not within the target range
There is incompatibility between the installed cluster software version and Volume Manager software
and/or Infrastructure software version. Because of this no range of target cluster software versions are
returned from the ELN Cluster Software table

Important: When cluster software is highlighted as not supported, to identify and remediate the missing or
not supported component(s), we highly recommend that you reference the respective messages in the
Interoperability Assessment Reports Comments column and the Issues Tab, and also check the Cluster
Software table in EMCs Elab Navigator (ELN) for EMC target versions.

Interoperability Assessment of Servers with VPLEX Arrays


Currently, ELA does not perform ELN assessments of servers connected to VPLEX arrays. However, the
Report will include input server, software, and HBA information from the uploaded grab files with VPLEX
array information. When ELA detects a VPLEX Array on the server, it will flag the VPLEX Array Detected
column in the report with the letter Y and bypass the ELN analysis.

Users should refer to EMC's Simple Support Matrix (ESSM) in E-Lab Navigator(ELN) to qualify VPLEX arrays.
This will not prevent the user from doing a target array migration readiness analysis of any host assets with
VPLEX arrays.

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The Interoperability Assessment Report (cont.)

Clicking the
Interoperability
Assessment Report
button will create a
single Excel report
and include only
objects that match
the current filter(s)

The Report can be


created either from
the Upload
Summary page or
the Reports Search
page or from the
SANsummary page

The SANsummary
page provides the
ability to apply two
additional filters:
Hardware type and
Operating System

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Creating the Interoperability Assessment Report

3. Enter
Information

1. Select Assets

4. Keep or Filter
Issues Types

5. Click to Create
2. Click Button Report
Please Note: ELA will not populate the Issues tab in the report if issue types is deselected.

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Launching the Interoperability Assessment Report

Click to Open/Save
Report

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Interoperability Assessment What the Colors Indicate
Host Grab *Component Interoperability
ELN Matrices Assessment Status
Color Status

Target Range RED if there is even


Input Component No Match RED RED one Not Supported
Value in the grab
Extended Range component in the
grab

GREEN if there is at
No Match least one Extended
Input Component Target Range
YELLOW YELLOW Range component
Value in the grab
Matches and no RED
Extended Range
components in the
grab

GREEN if all input


Input Component
Matches Target Range GREEN GREEN components match
Value in the grab
ELN Target Range

Issues with Input ELA is unable to RED


Grey RED or YELLOW
values in the grab successfully
YELLOW
assess against
ELN

*Examples of components are: OS version, Volume Mgr, Path Management software, HBA Model, etc.

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Interoperability Assessment (cont.)
Each OS worksheet in the report provides a summary status and count of hosts:
That do not require any remediation (highlighted in
GREEN and "OK" as meeting the Target level);
That require remediation of one or more components
(highlighted in RED and "NS" as not supported) in order
to meet EMC E-Lab Navigator's (ELN) interoperability
criteria;
Whose components match E-Lab Navigator's Extended Support criteria (highlighted in YELLOW or
"ES that informs users to develop an upgrade plan to maintain a healthy, interoperable
environment)
Server Status Column
The first column of each row displays the interoperability Server Status of "OK" (Okay) or "NS"
(Not Supported) or "ES" (Extended Support) for the assessed server. The cells in this column
are color coded and correspond to the above color legend: Green for "(OK) Okay", Red for "(NS)
Not Supported", and Yellow for "(ES) Extended Support" - and reflect the results of the E-Lab
Advisor interoperability assessments of the server components performed against ELN's
Support Matrices.

Component Column Names Changed to Reflect New ELAB Interoperability


Assessment Criteria
Recommended is now Target
Allowed is now Extended Support

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The Interoperability Assessment .xls Report (example)
The Host Summary shows the Server Info
count of servers in the OS
worksheet broken down by the
status of each assessed server.

Server Software

Server HBA

Current Array

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The Interoperability Assessment Report Help Section
Click on the Interoperability Assessment section under Help for a list of the server,
software, HBA, and array components that are assessed and their interoperability
assessment logic

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The Target
Array Migration
Readiness
Report
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The Migration Readiness Report
E-Lab Advisor provides a user interface for users to select an EMC storage
array and corresponding microcode to perform a Target Array Migration
Readiness assessment against selected server assets from the uploaded grab
files with host, HBA, and software configurations. E-Lab Advisor will generate
a report in the same format as the Interoperability Assessment Report but
with results and color coded status of the validations performed with the
user-selected target storage array and microcode in current host
configurations.
The Migration Readiness report for the Target Array is generated by clicking
the Migration Readiness Report button. The report combines data present
in multiple host and switch reports into a single Excel formatted
spreadsheet.
To create a target array migration readiness report, first adjust the filters (in
either the Upload Summary page or the Reports Search page or the
SANsummary page) to include only the objects you want included in the
report. After the filter is configured, click the Migration Readiness
Report button.

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The Migration Readiness Report (cont.)
ELA will apply the same Target Array and microcode to qualify all selected
servers

ELA will generate a report in the same format as the Interoperability


Assessment Report but will display results and color coded status of
assessments performed using the target storage array and microcode

Displays in a single row (for each server) the results of the ELA checks
performed against ELNs ESSM (EMC Simple Support Matrix) and ESM (EMC
Support Matrix)

Report will highlight the Migration Readiness or Not Ready to Migrate


status of each assessed server. Server status will be color coded: Green for
Ready to Migrate; Red for Not Ready to Migrate

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The Migration Readiness Report (cont.)
Clicking the
Migration Readiness
Report button will
create a single Excel
report and include
only objects that
match the current
filter(s)

The Migration
Readiness Report
can be created either
from the Upload
Summary page or
the Reports Search
page or from the
SANsummary page

The SANsummary
page provides the
ability to apply two
additional filters:
Hardware type and
Operating System

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Creating the Migration Readiness Report

3. Enter
Information

1. Select Assets 4. Select Target


Array

2. Click Button

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Creating the Migration Readiness Report (cont.)

3. Enter
Information

4. Select Target
Array

1. Select Assets
5. Select Microcode

6. Keep or Filte
Issues Type
2. Click Button
7. Click to Create
Report

Please Note: ELA will not populate the Issues tab in the report if issue types is deselected.

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Launching the Migration Readiness Report

Click to Open/Save
Report

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Migration Readiness What the Colors Indicate

Host Grab Component Migration


ELN Matrices
Color Status Readiness Status

Target Range RED if there is even


Input Component No Match RED RED one Not Supported
Value in grab
Allowed Range component in the
grab

GREEN if there is at
No Match least one Allowed
Input Component Target Range
YELLOW GREEN Range component
Value in grab
Matches and no RED
Allowed Range
components in the
grab

GREEN if all input


Input Component
Matches Target Range GREEN GREEN components match
Value in grab
ELN Target Range

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Target Array Migration Readiness Report (cont.)
Provides a migration readiness summary status and count of hosts:
That are ready to be migrated (highlighted in GREEN) to the
selected Target Array/Microcode. These hosts have components
that are at EMC Target (OK) [GREEN) or Allowed (A) [YELLOW]
Level
That require remediation of one or more RED-highlighted components - indicating Not Supported (NS)
- in order to meet EMC E-Lab Navigator's (ELN) Target Array/Microcode readiness criteria
Post Migration Interoperability Assessment
The Post Migration Interoperability Assessment summary status
information in each displayed OS worksheet shows the count of
all the servers in the worksheet by their assessed status.
The second column of each row displays the Server Status of
"OK" (Target) or "NS" (Not Supported) or "A" (Allowed) for the
analyzed server. This column is color coded - Green for "OK"
(Target), Red for "NS" (Not Supported), and Yellow for "A"
(Allowed) - and will reflect the results of the E-Lab Advisor
interoperability assessments performed against EMC E-Lab
Navigator's (ELN) support matrices.
From a migration readiness perspective, EMC requires only servers with a RED
Migration Readiness status of 'MR' to be remediated. Servers with a GREEN
interoperability assessment status of 'OK' or Target and those with a YELLOW interoperability assessment
status of 'A' or Allowed can be readily migrated to the new array without any remediation.

EMC always recommends that any components with "Allowed" versions highlighted in YELLOW that are at
EOL or at the lower end of the range be updated to the latest target versions post migration to maintain a
healthy, interoperable environment.

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The Target Array Migration Readiness .xls Report (example)
The Migration Readiness Status at the top of each OS worksheet shows
the count of servers that can be migrated or must be remediated prior to
migration
Server Info
The Post Migration
Interoperability status shows
the count of servers broken
down by the Post Migration
Interoperability Assessment
Server Software status of each assessed server.

Server HBA

Target User selected target array and


Array/Microcode microcode

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The Migration Readiness Report Help Section
ELA uses the same ELN interoperability assessment logic to qualify current
configuration components against the user-selected target storage array and
microcode to determine the servers migration readiness status
For a list of the server, software, HBA, and array components that are qualified and
their assessment logic, click on Interoperability Assessment in the Help Section

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Useful Links & Information
ELA Page on EMC|One
http://one.emc.com/clearspace/docs/DOC-32592
EMC Employees support for ELA is via the EMC GERS System
http://gstools.corp.emc.com/gers/request.asp
Customer and Partner Support for ELA is via email at ts_tools_support@emc.com
Sahara Download Link
EMC internal users can download Sahara v1.2.0 using the following link:
https://elabadvisor.emc.com/app/licensedtools/list
The download site and the Licensed Tools tab can also be accessed from the EMC
Support Site https://support.emc.com - by clicking on the E-Lab Advisor link under
Product and Support Tool
Internal Users can access ELA on the GS Tools Website by using the following link:
https://elabadvisor.emc.com/app/home/index
Customers and Partners can access ELA via the EMC Support Site https://support.emc.com -
by clicking on the E-Lab Advisor link under Product and Support Tool

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