The other two products - Red Hat Ceph and Riak CS - were "really good in performance and scalability" but "just a little too complex."
"What we found was to get some of the geographic reach, we couldn't do that without making it very complicated," Nightingale says. "We couldn't give ourselves the ability to scale out geographically without a very complex solution."
Source: Computerworld UK
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