Even more glad to know that you are a fellow EMC Symmetrix (DMX/VMAX) fellow :)
Well, I am just about to start with a few things for DMX/VMAX, but the stuff I have done till date is capturing the status output for Celerra, and capturing host logged out records for 3PAR. Net::SSH2 is an awesome module and so is Config::Tiny. Incidentally, compared to 3PAR cli output, EMC cli outputs are much much better. They lend naturally to a lot of slicing and dicing stuff.
If you happen to face a situation where you have to run the scripts from a windows host, please try out DWIM Perl. It comes with a lot of modules pre installed.
Once again, good to see a fellow EMC Storage guy here. ;)
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