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MemSphere Management Utility
Memblaze offers GUI, CLI, telnet, and SSH management. The Memblaze MemSphere Manager is a fully functional GUI management utility that provides a tremendous amount of easily accessible monitoring and management features.
The Information panel lists the minimum and maximum addressable capacity, along with the current configuration capacity. A real-time endurance monitor measures remaining NAND endurance with incredible granularity. The utility also lists the amount of data written and read from the SSD. Write amplification, and several latency and throughput metrics are also included. Thermal monitoring also indicates if the device is within the safe zone.
The Performance tab provides easy monitoring of bandwidth and IOPS performance. The panel also includes a real-time latency QoS breakdown in the I/O Delay Behaviors panel.
The Endurance tab includes more specific endurance information, including the amount of data used and remaining.
The Ecological Data tab provides in-depth temperature monitoring statistics, including minimum and maximum values.
The Control tab allows users to signal drive location through the beacon on the rear of the SSD. Users can also secure erase the drive, and update the firmware from this panel.
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