NetApp® OnCommand® Unified Manager is a graphical management product that provides comprehensive monitoring and key management capabilities for NetApp ONTAP® systems to help manage the availability, capacity, protection, and performance risks of your storage systems. You can deploy Unified Manager on a Linux server, on a Windows server, or as a virtual appliance on a VMware host.
The following resources are available to help you learn about Unified Manager, install it in your environment, and use it to manage ONTAP systems. The resources on this page are for Unified Manager version 7.3, which is the most recent release.
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Learn about the new features, fixed issues, limitations, and known issues for OnCommand Unified Manager 7.3.
Learn about the Unified Manager graphical interface and watch how to perform some basic Unified Manager operations.
Learn about some basic installation and best practice guidelines for Unified Manager.
Installing and setting up
Learn how to install and perform the initial setup of your Unified Manager instance, and learn how to upgrade an existing instance of Unified Manager.
Learn how to use Unified Manager to manage and troubleshoot cluster storage capacity and protection health issues.
Learn how to use Unified Manager to manage and troubleshoot cluster storage performance issues.
Learn how to use the reporting and custom reporting capabilities in Unified Manager.
Shows how to subscribe to an ONTAP EMS event, and how to have an alert sent to your inbox or your SNMP trap host when the event is triggered.
Shows how Unified Manager helps in visualizing, alerting, and reporting within FabricPool ecosystems.
Shows how ONTAP QoS and OnCommand software enables you to control and protect the performance of critical business applications.
Related NetApp product documentation
Learn how to quickly install and configure OnCommand Unified Manager on an ESXi server, how to set up regular performance monitoring tasks, and how to identify performance issues.
Learn how to quickly set up performance monitoring using OnCommand Unified Manager and how to perform monitoring and troubleshooting tasks using the ONTAP CLI.
Documentation from earlier releases