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April 27, 2007

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Chuck Hollis

I guess I wasn't the only one who found a few bones to pick with Jay's comments.

Check out Storagezilla:
http://storagezilla.typepad.com/storagezilla/2007/04/raining_on_neta.html

beth

(BTW, good article, Beth!)

thanks! :-)

Chris M Evans

Netapp must be smokin' something to think they can compare their vFiler with TagmaStore. I did a design job (for a company who will remain nameless, but they know who they are) and Netapp *refused* to sell us their own vfiler solution as they couldn't guarantee performance (I was happy I could guarantee the disk performance as it was USP). Perhaps there was a commercial deal in it too - I imagine Netapp make quite a margin on their disks and disk shelves.

Chuck Hollis

Hi Chris

All marketing spin aside, the vFiler architecture and the Tagma architecture are two very different beasts. I kind of choked when Jay made the comparison.

Glad to see I wasn't the only one!

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    Previously, he was with VMware for 2 years, and EMC for 18 years before that, most of them great.

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