The new name for Data Fabric Manager is OnCommand Unified Manager. The old managers like, ops, protection and provisioning are called capabilities now.
Operations Manager is now called Operations Capability
Protection Manager is now called Protection Capability
Provisioning Manager is now called Provisioning Capability
Performance Advisor is now called Performance Capability
The DFM or data fabric manager is no more the prodcut name but its still used to refer the server as DFM server which is the central piece.
Hope this helps.
well, I thought I was clear on this question. However, just read a note and saying OnCommand Unified Manger exclusively built for cluster mode, not suppport 7-mode infrastructure. What does that mean? does that mean all components, such as Operation manager, Protection Manger, Provision Manager inside OnCommand capability would not work on 7-mode? then what work on 7-mode?
Please help me out here.
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OnCommand Unified Manager 6.0 is a revised manageability application built exclusively for clustered Data ONTAP monitoring. It doesn’t support 7-Mode infrastructure. It hosts a brand new simplified user interface for an enhanced user experience. Unified Manager 6.0 hosts an attractive UI, as well as a stable backend platform that is built from the ground up for better performance, reliability, and scalability. It is presented as a VMware vApp--as an OVA file.
The cluster mode only is called OCUM 6.0 which is a VMware only vApp.
The OCUM 5.x, ( which represents 5.1,5.2) still includes all of the protection,provisioning and operations manager as well as performance Advisor which is applicable for 7-Mode.
The OCUM 5.x also support cluster mode but that restricted to only Operations Manager and Performance Advisor.
Hope this helps