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This module focuses on the differences introduced by the VMAX3 with HYPERMAX OS 5977 Q1 2015 SR which directly affects the content covered in the previous modules of this course. VMAX3 with HYPERMAX OS 5977 Q1 2015 SR Differences
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2 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Hardware upgrades supported with the Q1 2015 SR include online drive adds into existing DAEs. Drives must be of the same type, capacity and protection as existing drives in existing DAEs, and have to belong to the same Storage Resource Pool (SRP). Sufficient cache and Flash module capacity must be in place to support a drive upgrade. A sample of a Disk Map Change Report is shown. This report provides detail on proper placement of drives into slots in DAEs and should be used during the physical upgrade onsite. DX emulation and ports are used for the ProtectPoint solution. With this release, online upgrades to add DX emulation and ports is supported. VMAX3 with HYPERMAX OS 5977 Q1 2015 SR Differences
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3 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Data at Rest Encryption ([email protected]) functionality has been qualified with the VMAX3 arrays running HYPERMAX OS 5977 Q1 2015 SR. Controller-based encryption enables [email protected] backend modules to encrypt data before writing to and decrypt data when reading from drives. A [email protected] configuration is all or nothing; all data on all drives, including vault data saved to Flash modules, will be encrypted when [email protected] is enabled on an array. [email protected] supports all array services such as replication, FAST and SLO provisioning. VMAX3 with HYPERMAX OS 5977 Q1 2015 SR Differences
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4 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. Components of the [email protected] solution include a 6Gb/s SAS I/O Module and Embedded Key Management software on the Primary Management Module Control Station (MMCS); no external key server is supported with this release. Data and key encryption keys are generated for and are specific to the array and drives. Strongly encrypted key management and authentication using RSA software is provided. Array keys are generated during install, and data keys are generated during drive upgrades and replacements. Old keys are destroyed after a successful drive replacement. Symm Audit Logs are generated to record key management events. New installations of [email protected] systems are factory pre-configured. Current installations of VMAX3 arrays have [email protected] backend modules; no additional hardware is required. A complete re-install of the system including a configuration file setting and VTOC of the drives is required, however, in order to enable [email protected] In other words, all existing data will be lost when enabling [email protected] on an existing system. Currently, upgrade of [email protected] to [email protected] systems requires an RPQ. Options for preserving data such as backup/restore are available, if needed.
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