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Pure1 Support Portal

Using the Purity GUI to Administer a FlashArray

Table of Contents

Purity GUI Overview
Purity GUI Navigation
Purity GUI Login
Logging in to the Purity GUI
Dashboard Tab
Capacity Pane and Performance Graphs
Capacity Pane
Performance Graphs
Alerts Pane
Storage Tab
Navigation Pane
Details Pane
Hosts
Host Groups
Volumes
Protection Groups
Connection Map
Process Steps
Storage Configuration
Storage Administration
Protection Tab
Navigation Pane
Details Pane
Schedules
Targets
Members
Snapshots
Configuration Overview
Snapshot Schedule Configuration
Replication Schedule Configuration
Process Steps
Connect the Source and Target Arrays
Configure the Protection Groups
Configure the Snapshot and Replication Schedules
Manage the Snapshots
View Snapshot Details
Analysis Tab
Navigation Pane
Details Pane
Capacity Graphs
Performance Graphs
Replication Graphs
System Tab
System Health View
Configuration View
Array Sub-View
Networking Sub-View
Support Connectivity Sub-View
Alerts Sub-View
SNMP Sub-View
System Time Sub-View
Directory Service Sub-View
Banner Sub-View
UI Sub-View
Syslog Server Sub-View
SSL Certificate Sub-View
SMI-S Sub-View
Connected Arrays View
Network Bandwidth Throttling
Connecting Two Arrays
Disconnecting Two Arrays
Configuring Network Bandwidth Throttling
Connections View
Users View
Me Sub-View
Local Users Sub-View
Public Keys Sub-View
API Tokens Sub-View
Plugins View
Verifying the installed plugin version
Installing the plugin
Updating the plugin
Uninstalling the plugin
Apps View
App Volumes
App Hosts
Connecting FlashArray Volumes to an App
App Interfaces
App Installation
Establishing connections between FlashArray volumes and apps
Messages Tab
Alerts
Flagging an alert message
Clearing an alert flag
Audit Trail
Flagging an audit trail message
Clearing an audit trail message flag
User Session Logs
Login and Logout Events
Authentication Events