Yesterday I had a post talking about the new version of Command View for the P6000 EVA. Shortly after I sent the article out on Twitter, an EVA customer asked me how can an existing customer get the new version of Command View. I got a URL where you can download Command View v10.0 from the HP Software Depot. I added it to the post yesterday but it was at the bottom and I'm guessing many of you missed it. So here's the link you can download Command View v10.0.
I also was reminded that we have a P6000 EVA simulator. It's basically Command View - and so the simulator is a great way for someone not familiar with the EVA or Command View can get a sense of how it works. So if you want don't have an EVA or don't have Command View v10.0 and want to see how they work, download the simulator. The latest simulator also includes Performance Advisor (PA) - so while the data being used isn't realistic (I think the simulator actually uses data from the performance of your PC hard drive, not simulated data), you can get a sense of what you can do with PA.
Have a great weekend!
One of the downsides of HP having so many product groups is that we can't sound the trumpet blast and do a press release every time there's something new - tech reporters out there wouldn't like us much. As a result, there's often cool new products or updates to existing products that slip out onto hp.com without much notice. Command View v10.0 for the P6000 and EVA is an example of that.
Today's article has a number of short videos showing Command View. Here's the first one but to see the rest you'll need to go to the blog article.