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February 13, 2010


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Thank a lot for this complete review, here there is a lot of useful information I need in may day to day customer meetings, I love your approach when you talk about Netapp and the value that means to have a good competency, I am proud to be part of the EMC family.


Looks like a lot of exciting developments coming with NFS and EMC. Anything new for us Clariion customers besides the Viewer? I am personally hoping the new EMC Storage Viewer eliminates the 50 second wait. Thanks for filling us in, Chad!

Chad Sakac

@Kent - EMC midrange customers (both Celerra and CLARiiON) have a BIG treat coming soon - EMC world is right around the corner.....

BTW - if you use EMC Storage Viewer 2.1, the CLARiiON response time has had a big boost... Also MAKE SURE you're using the latest solutions enabler (you can use the 7.1 vApp version if you want) - this also speeds things up a lot.


Good post for those of us that couldn't make it in person... thanks!

Mike Riley


Informative and classy. Thanks for this detailed post. Here's to another year of healthy competition.

Mike Riley


Chad - is there newer code than Storage Viewer ( and Solutions Enabler (v7.1.0.0-1099)? That is my current code level, which has the 50-second wait.

Keir Asher

Great Stuff Chad, as usual. Just when I thought I couldn't be any more astounded by the unified storage platform, you drop these nuggets and tease me/us at the same time!
The value of the Celerra just keeps getting better!

Garry Wyndham

Chad - thanks again for the champagne. Thanks also for the nicely calibrated balance of full-on competition and mutual respect.

Garry Wyndham

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