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FlashArray System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) Management Pack

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  • Systems Center Operations Manager versions 2012R2, 2016, or 2019
  • FlashArray Purity version 4.7.0 or later

Release Information

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User Manual, Notes and Links

User Manual

Release Notes

New Features

  • Added a configuration parameter to disable logging to the array. This would decrease the amount of log entries related to the Management Pack operations.
  • Utility PowerShell module added to package and released as Open Source in this Github Repository
  • Allow bulk overrides of SCOM overridable configuration parameters.
  • Allow for the bulk changing of thresholds in Rules, Monitors, and Discoveries.


  • Fixed resource leak problems that were triggered by running some rules, monitors and/or discovery tasks.
  • Corrected the Pure Storage SCOM support link visible in the alerts.
  • Corrected measurement unit issues in Bandwidth and IOPS monitor and rule.
  • Updated the default threshold value of the Bandwidth and IOPS monitors.
  • Fixed some incorrect alert messages.
  • Added alert messages for the Alert Rule Monitor and the Port Health Monitor.
  • Fixed issue with Discovery regex pattern that would not allow more than one array to be added to the MP (from v1.2.5.0)

Known Issues

  • None known at release This release has been removed due to a critical issue discovery.

New Features

  • Version 1.1 adds some fixes and two important features, Port Monitoring and an easy Rule Override. Ports which include both Fibre Channel and Ethernet Ports are now monitored and will cause; an alert, a SCOM event, and flag a warning in the Ports FlashArray Object, if administratively disabled or if there is a break in the connection. Original release

Installation and Uninstall

  • To install the Management Pack, extract and run SCOMManagementPackInstaller.msi, and follow the instructions.
  • The software can be uninstalled from “Programs and Features” of the Control Panel.

Rule Override and Port Monitoring Example (v1.1.99.0 release)


Overriding rules can be as simple as, preventing alerts on a known port that an administrator disabled, to customizing a rule timeout such as bandwidth thresholds.


In the above example, CT0.ETH7 is disabled at the Ethernet Switch and enabling IgnoreDisabledPorts will prevent an alert on this port. If this override was applied globally, all ports that are disabled would not alert.