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May 06, 2014


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Awesome to see project Nile finally come to life !!! Where can I play with this ?

Martin 'Storagebod' Glassborow

Only one question...when do we get downloadable ScaleIO to play with!!?

I'm going to bug you until we do!!


I am not at World this year, is there a video/demo showing the SW element of this ECS? Looks fantastic!


ECS looks awesome! Oh, and downloadable ScaleIO would be great!


Nice one, when will CloudPool be GA with EMC ECS :)


Great post Chad, thank you.
The only thing which is confusing here is that there is no clear statement that ScaleIO is just one of available options in ECS. There might be other backends like Isilon or VNX instead of ScaleIO and this still will be an ECS appliance.


Hi Chad,
can we also see ECS integration with Isilon. if yes that will provide big traction from Bigdata perspective, since isilon provide benefit of hadoop version as well.

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