SSD6200 Series controllers provide a comprehensive suite of software management interfaces. Administrators of any experience level can easily configure, diagnose and maintain RAID storage and NVMe SSDs inside and outside of the host OS.
The WebGUI is shorthand for our Web-based Graphical user interface.
The software is available for all of our products lines, and is designed to work with any modern Web Browser.
It is equipped with Wizard-like quick configuration menus as well as a suite of advanced tools for expert administrators, including Email notification and a real-time event log.
The Event log is especially useful for tracking down problems, as it will record any NVMe related incident (aka “event”) triggered by an SSD, a RAID array or the controller itself.
Although SHI (Storage Health Inspector) is not a standalone utility, it is an integral part of the WebGUI management software.
SHI, enables customers to monitor the health of NVMe SSDs via SMART attributes, in real-time, such as temperature, TBW (Total Bytes Written), and operational status.
The CLI (Command Line Interface) is text-only utility that was designed for experienced administrators and platforms that do not utilize graphical operating systems. It has the widest array of features and functions, and can be operated from a standard Linux or FreeBSD terminal.
The UEFI Package is a command line RAID creation tool used to prepare NVMe configurations for OS installation without the need for a separate OS or application, and can be operated from a simple USB flash drive.
The UEFI interface is generally used to configure and check the status of an array before installing an operating system
A BIOS level interface is also available for specific configurations – please contact us for more information.