Transform your meeting spaces with Dell Large Displays

Displays play a critical role in meeting spaces, they can enhance a meeting, or they can cause unwanted distractions. Dell Large Format Monitors and Projectors are designed for meeting and learning spaces. Capture real-time collaboration in the conference room or present to an audience of thousands with Dell Large Displays.

Dell’s open platform technology along with hardware and software solutions allows you to customize a display solution that is tailored to the way your team members meet.

From installation to wireless presentation to video conferencing, Dell has you covered.

Dell Large Format Monitors

Easy to deploy, and easy to manage

Engage your audience in your next presentation with clear images and great collaboration features. Enjoy easy setup with convenient connectivity and management.

Full HD & 4K resolution: See as much detail as you need with Full HD for general viewing or 4K

for more detailed work.

Collaborate with ease: Multiple users write, erase simultaneously via touch or stylus with up to 20

touch points on our interactive displays.

Software and hardware agnostic: Use any PC, OS or software without any special software or calibration.

Manage and control remotely: Network management via RS232 and RJ-45

Large Format Monitor family

Dell 86“ 4K Interactive Touch Monitor | C8618QT

Dell 70“ FHD Interactive Touch Monitor | C7017T

Dell 70“ FHD Conference Monitor | C7016H

Dell 55“ 4K Interactive Touch Monitor | C5518QT

Dell 55“ 4K Conference Monitor | C5519Q

Dell Projectors

Big screens for the big meeting

Wow audiences with large, brilliant, displays designed with the features, technologies, and connections that make it easy to connect and present wherever you are.

Full HD & 4K resolution: See as much detail as you need with Full HD for general viewing or 4K for more detailed work.

Go lampless: Dell’s line of lamp-free laser projectors are virtually maintenance free and do not require warm up or cool downtime.

Manage and control remotely: Network management via RS232 and RJ-45

Present anywhere: Dell’s mobile projector weights less than a pound and fits in the palm of your hand.

Dell Advanced 4K Laser Projector | S718QL

Dell Advanced FHD Laser Projector | 7760

Go Lampless with Dell Laser Projectors

Dell Advanced FHD Laser Projector | P519HL

Dell Advanced Short-Throw Laser Projector | S518WL

Dell Professional Projector | P318S

Dell Professional Projector | 1550

Dell Mobile Projector | M318WL

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Dell EMC Unity REST API : Historical Performance Metrics regarding

Hello,

I would like to retrieve historical performance metrics for Dell EMC Unity Array using REST API for integrating with an external monitoring tool.

I have gone through various documentations like

https://www.emc.com/dam/uwaem/documentation/unity-p-perf-metrics.pdf

https://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h15161-dell-emc-unity-performance-metrics.pdf

And also REST API – 4.3.0

I have narrowed down on this API – https://<IP>/api/types/metricValue/instances?filter=path EQ “<performance metric>”

Say, I request for CPU utilization summary using

https://<IP>/api/types/metricValue/instances?filter=path EQ “sp.*.cpu.summary.utilization”,

I get performance metric for every minute (interval is 60) till date, and I can go to next page to see previous hour/minute data.

However, I would like to filter the response based on interval (granularity) and time period. ie,

  • Performance metrics average for every 5 minutes, 10 minutes, so on

I tried this:https://<IP>/api/types/metricValue/instances?filter=path EQ “sp.*.cpu.summary.utilization”&filter=interval EQ 300

But, I still get metrics average for every 60 seconds and not 5 minutes.

  • Performance metrics from <datetime> to <datetime>

I tried this: https://<IP>/api/types/metricValue/instances?filter=path EQ “sp.*.cpu.summary.utilization”&filter=timestamp GT “2018-10-22T22:46:00Z”

But, I get metrics average for every 60 seconds – Example. data for “2018-10-22T22:44:00Z” also was sent in the response.



So, I am looking for an equivalent REST API – similar to what exists for a CLI (https://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h15161-dell-emc-unity-performance-metrics.pdf) Page-15:

“You can then use a specific historical metrics path to view corresponding metric values by using the

/metrics/value/hist command path in Unisphere CLI. For this command, you will also need to specify the time interval of the data you wish to see by using the –interval option. The predefined interval values are 60 (1 minute), 300 (5 minutes), 3600 (1 hour), and 14400 seconds (4 hours). You can also specify the start and end times of the period of time you wish to get metrics for by adding –from and –to options”

Kindly suggest.

Thanks in advance!

Regards,

Sindhuja

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Re: Fail safe network in Unity

Wanted to check if this second fail safe network configuration is possible in below case

We have two I/O modules 4 port on SPA and 4 Port on SPB

Ports 0 and 2 are connected to Switch A from SPA and SPB

Ports 1 and 3 are connected to Switch B from SPA and SPB

LACP config

LACP1 —> 2 ports SPA0 SPA2

LACP2 —> 2 Ports SPB0 SPB2

LACP3–>2 ports on SP1 SPA 3

LACP4 —> 2 ports SPB1 SPB 3

In below article found this line .

https://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h15162-emc-unity-high-availability.pdf

“When configuring FSN, ensure the same ports are cabled on both SPs. This is necessary because in case of SP failover, the peer SP uses the same ports. If the cabling does not match, communication issues may occur.” Wanted to know if Fail safe FSN1 with LACP2 and LACP4 would work

Failsafe config

Lets say FSNO —-LACP1 and LACP3 . Can we create Failsafe say FSN1 another one for LACP2 and LACP4 ?

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Fail safe network in Unity

Wanted to check if this second fail safe network configuration is possible in below case

We have two I/O modules 4 port on SPA and 4 Port on SPB

Ports 0 and 2 are connected to Switch A from SPA and SPB

Ports 1 and 3 are connected to Switch B from SPA and SPB

LACP config

LACP1 —> 2 ports SPA0 SPA2

LACP2 —> 2 Ports SPB0 SPB2

LACP3–>2 ports on SP1 SPA 3

LACP4 —> 2 ports SPB1 SPB 3

In below article found this line .

https://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h15162-emc-unity-high-availability.pdf

“When configuring FSN, ensure the same ports are cabled on both SPs. This is necessary because in case of SP failover, the peer SP uses the same ports. If the cabling does not match, communication issues may occur.” Wanted to know if Fail safe FSN1 with LACP2 and LACP4 would work

Failsafe config

Lets say FSNO —-LACP1 and LACP3 . Can we create Failsafe say FSN1 another one for LACP2 and LACP4 ?

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EPEAT: Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers Further Validated as the Responsible Choice

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Those who know the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) registry know it is one of the best indicators of sustainably produced electronics. The Green Electronics Council is expanding their registry to include a new server category, and customers can find multiple Dell EMC PowerEdge servers from the start. Why EPEAT matters Since it first launched more than a decade ago, EPEAT has grown into a trusted procurement tool for making responsible purchasing decisions. In addition to the newly launched server category (based on the NSF/ANSI-426 standard), EPEAT has separate registries for computers and displays (monitors), … READ MORE



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Re: collect some ECS disk expansion cases

customer want us to collect some ECS disk expansion cases, I very appreciate if any one who have done this before could provide some information, such as customer info, system, firmware

just like this:

customer:ABC

system: U2000

firmware:3.1HF3

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collect some ECS disk expansion cases

customer want us to collect some ECS disk expansion cases, I very appreciate if any one who have done this before could provide some information, such as customer info, system, firmware

just like this:

customer:ABC

system: U2000

firmware:3.1HF3

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Can CAS filter custom content?

I need a solution

I’m looking for a way to filter text strings in content returned from HTTP servers, much like DLP does but for inbound traffic using ICAP RESPMOD.

Since CAS uses RESPMOD and is designed to detect and filter content, can I configure custom strings or regex to filter inbound content? It seems the right place to do this but I can’t find such a feature in CAS 1.3 – is such a thing available in 2.x?

Thanks

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