Enhancement requests for IBM SVC and Storwize V7000

If you have ever wanted to suggest ways to enhance IBM products you should check out the IBM RFE Page here:     http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/

I was blissful unaware of this page so found it rather fascinating to check out some of the ideas that people were suggesting.   While the page is clearly IBM Software focused, you can in fact suggest improvements to IBM’s SVC and Storwize V7000 products.   Just choose the Tivoli Brand and then the Storage Product family.

RFE Site

To use the site you will need an IBM ID which you can create quite easily here.

Some good examples of RFEs you could vote for include:

25498     Disk drive upgrade utility for Storwize V7000
26193     Add SCSI Unmap primitive

Search for RFEs here.

For further reading about the site checkout Scott Laninghams blog here (which contains a tutorial on how to submit requests) and Daryl Pereira’s blog here (which has a presentation on the RFE Community).


About Anthony Vandewerdt

I am an IT Professional who lives and works in Melbourne Australia. This blog is totally my own work. It does not represent the views of any corporation. Constructive and useful comments are very very welcome.
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4 Responses to Enhancement requests for IBM SVC and Storwize V7000

  1. Pingback: Enhancement requests for IBM SVC and Storwize V7000 | Storage CH Blog

  2. Christian Schroeder says:

    Good thing to read about RFE here. Working for SVC/Storwize support, recommending clients, business partners etc. to create / vote for RFEs all the time. The number of votes is being considered to have a considerable impact, AFAIK

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