EMC VSI for VMware vSphere Web Client 6.7

The EMC Virtual Storage Integrator (VSI) for VMware vSphere Web Client is a plug-in for
VMware vCenter. It enables administrators to view, manage, and optimize storage for
VMware ESX/ESXi servers and hosts and then map that storage to the hosts.

Architecture

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Deploy VSI 6.7

Firstly download the OVA appliance (Solutions Integration Service) at https://support.emc.com. Before deploy OVA, please prepare one IP address for this virtual appliance. Then deploy OVA into vSphere ESXi environment.

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After deployed the OVA, open web browser and input https://<ova’s IP address>:8443/vsi_usm , then Login And Change Password (the default username is “admin” and the default password is “ChangeMe”)

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Then choose VSI Setup and Register VMware vCenter Server

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After registered vCenter Server on VSI, in the Left Navigation Panel of vCenter and You Should See The Category EMC VSI At the Bottom, VSI 6.7 Has Been Successfully Installed.

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Select Solutions Integration Service and register EMC Solutions Integration Service

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Then go back to home page, select Storage Systems and register EMC Storage System. You can choose storage type on Storage system type menu and input the info of storage system.

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After finished the VSI registration, you can provision EMC storage on VMware Web Client.

The following demo is the operation of EMC Virtual Storage Integrator (VSI) 6.6 & XtremIO

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