The healthcare industry is being revolutionized right in front of our eyes. The world is shifting away from a visit to the doctor or a hospital, to a world in which it is easier than ever to get a complete view of your health anytime – from anywhere.We have fitness trackers, 3D-printed medical devices, AI, VR, robot-surgeons, and “wellness clinics” at your local pharmacy. Healthcare is being transformed and I can’t imagine how it will evolve over the next 5-10 years.We are seeing the same transformation take place within storage system management and it’s why we are committed to bringing Dell EMC CloudIQ to all our storage products over the next 12 months.Dell EMC’s CloudIQ is like a fitness tracker for your storage environment. It’s a web-based application that leverages machine learning to proactively monitor and measure the overall health of storage systems through intelligent, comprehensive, and predictive analytics.It pulls in over 5 billion data points and runs 5.5 million health checks per day to generate a storage health score between 0 -100. One score is able to give you a rough idea of how your systems are doing, and you can view all of your systems right from one page.The more it’s used, the more of a benefit you see. Our customers have been able to achieve an extremely high average storage health score of 97 (out of 100) across our Dell EMC Unity install base, and our SC and VMAX Series Early Access customers, with PowerMax and XtremIO right around the corner.How Do We Come Up With The Health Scores?You may wonder how these scores are determined. Well, the process is actually fairly simple. CloudIQ is continuously running proactive Health Checks across five categories to generate a health score:Components – checks for faulty components, such as faulty power supplies or a worn out cooling fansConfiguration – understands context and configuration for components including host connections that are not set up with redundancyCapacity – Detects capacity issues that could result in downtime – such as oversubscribed storage volumes or pools that are at their capacity limitPerformance – Pinpoints performance issues, such as when CPUs are running at very high utilization; it will also identify imbalances, so that workloads can be shifted around for optimal performanceData Protection – Audits data protection policies to ensure data is protected as required to help ensure both replication RPOs and snapshot policies for scheduling and retention are being metThe most impactful issue generates your total CloudIQ health score. But, it doesn’t end there. It also allows you to drill in and get helpful remediations for how to solve the identified issues.Let’s take an example in which a low health score causes us to dig in deeper.We click on the system and see Configuration is the top health check category impacting this storage system health score.Based on the CloudIQ’s analysis, the biggest impact to our score is a host that is incorrectly connected to our storage system by both iSCSI and FC.When clicking on the alert – CloudIQ offers a specific tip on how to resolve the issue with a reference to a support KB article. So CloudIQ lets you quickly identify the source of the issue and make the necessary changes to restore our health score.Just like a fitness tracker, CloudIQ is always working in the background to deliver a health score along with smart, centralized monitoring for our Dell EMC Unity customers today, and for PowerMax and SC Series as part of our CloudIQ early access program – contact your sales team to learn the details.Like any sensible person shouldn’t wait to go to the doctor until after they get sick, organizations can treat their data center storage in much the same way by getting proactive with CloudIQ.
Orkun Kokcu responds to Arsenal transfer speculation with cryptic Instagram message Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 5 Jun 2020 12:17 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link7.1kShares Advertisement Arsenal transfer target Orkun Kokcu made cryptic change to his Instagram profile bio (Picture: Instagram)Despite his limited experience and slight frame, former Manchester United star Jaap Stam, who managed Kokcu at Feyenoord before he was sacked earlier this season, is confident his former charge is capable of thriving in the Premier League.‘He would need to adjust because the step to Arsenal and the Premier League is totally different when you compare it to Holland,’ Stam told Goal recently. ‘The pace of the game, the quality, the intensity is a lot higher.‘But he has the ability. He is a player who has the personality to want to improve, he always wants to do better. He’s never happy with himself, he’s disappointed if he doesn’t score, or his passes aren’t good enough.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘When I joined Feyenoord, he hadn’t played a lot because everyone said he was too young. I put him in the first team and let him play most of the games, I trusted him and saw a lot of ability in him. ‘Now he’s proving himself in Holland and is one of the best midfield players in the country. ‘He’s certainly got the ability to make that step to the Premier League.’MORE: Petr Cech approved Chelsea’s move for Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick AubameyangMORE: Ray Parlour sends message to Arsenal over Kieran Tierney to Leicester City transfer speculationFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Orkun Kokcu is the subject of transfer interest from Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Orkun Kokcu appears to have responded to speculation linking him with a move to Arsenal by making a cryptic update to his Instagram profile biography. The 21-year-old has enjoyed an impressive breakthrough campaign with Feyenoord, but the Eredivisie club’s sporting director, Frank Arnesen, is reluctantly keen to cash in on his prize asset in order to raise funds ahead of a planned squad rebuild this summer. Voetbal International reported earlier this week that Arsenal were expected to launch a bid imminently for the gifted midfielder with Mikel Arteta green lighting the move for a player who fits perfectly with his playing style. AdvertisementAdvertisementFeyenoord are understood to be holding out for a fee of around £20million for the Turkey Under-21 international, a price tag which could prove prohibitive for Arsenal, especially if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League. ADVERTISEMENTSevilla are also said to be interested in Kokcu’s services but the player appears to be taking no notice of the speculation and changed his social media profile biography to include the sentence ‘Let them talk’ followed by a zipped mouth emoji. Comment