NetApp server discovery Discovery can find NetApp servers. If you use pattern discovery, Discovery can perform native discovery of the NetApp server without the need to traverse an SMI-S server. This table explains the discovery options in more detail. Method Supported modes Upgrades Discovery with patterns using REST.The patterns support native discovery of NetApp servers, without requiring the need to discover the SMI-S server. NetApp 7-mode NetApp cluster mode Active by default for new instances. Discovery with probes and sensors using CIM. NetApp 7-mode NetApp cluster mode Active by default for upgrades. To use patterns on upgraded instances, enable the relevant NetApp property (see below). ONTAP version support Discovery can find NetApp servers running these versions of the ONTAP operating system: For 7-mode: versions 8.3 and below. For cluster mode: version 8 or above. Netapp discovery properties To use native discovery with patterns, navigate to Discovery Definition > Properties and enable these properties: Property label Name For 7-Mode NetApp storage servers use native discovery instead of SMI-S. glide.discovery.sensors.netapp_native_7mode For Cluster Mode NetApp storage servers use native discovery instead of SMI-S. glide.discovery.sensors.netapp_native_cluster_mode Note: If you already performed NetApp discovery, and then upgrade to Kingston and enable these properties, a migration script runs the next time you perform NetApp discovery. This script could delete CIs for items like storage pools, which probes discover but the patterns do not. It also creates new relationships. Credentials Credential type Configure SNMP community credentials (password only) or SNMPv3 credentials to classify the NetApp server. Configure Basic authentication to identify and explore the NetApp server. The credential user must have read-only access for cluster mode. For 7-mode, the user must have administrator access, or the user must have the following capabilities: login_snmp, login-ndmp, login-sp, and login-http-admin Api-* Classifiers, patterns Table 1. Classifiers Probe Patterns NetApp Storage Server 7-Mode NetApp Storage Server Cluster-Mode Horizontal discovery probe: launches patterns NetApp Storage 7-Mode NetApp Storage Cluster-Mode Running Discovery To run discovery using these patterns, create a Discovery schedule that targets the management IP address of the NetApp server. Make sure that the basic authentication credentials that you configured can access the NetApp server. Data collected by NetApp patterns The following tables list the data that Discovery can find when you run the NetApp discovery patterns. Table Fields cmdb_ci_storage_server name firmware_version cluster serial_number manufacturermode model_id cim_object_path short_description ip_address cmdb_ci_storage_cluster short_description ip_address manufacturer cmdb_ci_storage_cluster_node name operational_status cmdb_ci_storage_node_element cluster short_description manufacturer serial_number model_id ram cpu_type cpu_manufaturer cpu_core_count cmdb_ci_network_adapter name ip_address netmask cmdb_ci cmdb_serial_number serial_number serial_number_type cmdb_ci_ip_address ip_address netmask nic ip_version (Storage-7 mode) name cmdb_ci_disk name device_id serial_number manufacturer model_id storage_type device_interface size_bytes computer cmdb_ci_storage_fileshare path name cmdb_ci_storage_pool name short_description free_space_bytes pool_id size_bytes cmdb_ci_storage_volume name lun volume_id cmdb_ci_iscsi_export name lun initiator_iqn iqn export_id cmdb_ci_storage_controller name device_id cmdb_ci_fc_export initiator_wwpn export_id name lun cmdb_ci_fc_port speed name wwnn wwpn Note: For more information on NetApp discovery with CIM, see Storage Discovery via SMI-S and CIM and How CIM Discovery works.