• Getting Started with ECS SDKs

    Developing an application to use ECS is pretty straight forward.  Since there are a few different APIs and language bindings, you have some choices to make.   Step 1 - Choose your language We currently offer...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + S3 (ViPR SDK)

    NOTE: The ViPR S3 client is deprecated and has been replaced with the ECS Java Object Client: ECS Object Client SDK for Java GitHub: Home · EMCECS/ecs-object-client-java Wiki · GitHub     &nbs...
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  • Performing an ECS 2.2 single node install on ESXi

    EMC ECS 2.2 (Elastic Cloud Storage) has been released as part of the “free and frictionless” as a software only download for customer testing. This free download is a fully containerized version of ECS for...
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  • ECS Software 3.0 - Single-Node Docker Configuration Instructions

    Table of Contents Introduction Global Requirements Installation Steps CentOS Installation Pre-Installation Steps Host Configuration Host and Container Configuration ECS Object Configuration ECS Web Environment...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Go + S3(AWS SDK)

    If you're a Go programmer, you can use AWS SDK for Go to connect to ECS for S3-compatible object storage. Sample Go Code Here's a quick example for connecting to EcsTestDrive server using IP on port 443 (HTTPS) and c...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + S3 (AWS SDK)

    If you already use the AWS SDK*, reconfiguring your existing application to point at ECS is easy.  All you have to do is provide either an endpoint or a proxy, depending on how you address buckets.   Path-st...
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  • ECS 2.2 and 2.2.1 Localized Product Documentation

    You need access to support.emc.com to view localized documentation. English documentation is accessible from the ECS 3.0 or 2.2.x product documentation page. 2.22.2.1French  Notes de mise à jour d’...
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  • ECS Software 3.0 - Multi-Node Docker Configuration Instructions

    Table of Contents Introduction Global Requirements Versioning Installation Steps CentOS Installation Pre-Installation Steps Host and Container Configuration ECS Object Configuration ECS Web Environment access ...
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  • Upload, Download, and Migrate ECS Data with s3motion!

    One of the great things about ECS is that it is natively S3 compatible. This, of course, means that apps written to utilize Amazon's S3, or any other S3 compliant service can be easily converted to utilize ECS instead...
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  • Use OpenStack Ceilometer to Monitor ECS Instances

    Ceilometer is a piece of the OpenStack Telemetry Project. It is used to monitor many aspects of your storage cluster. You can read more about it at http://docs.openstack.org/developer/ceilometer/.   The guys at ...
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  • Use ECS with Cloud Foundry

    Cloud Foundry is an open source, industry leading Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution. As such the ability to use a hyper-scalable object storage solution like ECS becomes very important for Next Gen Apps. Luckily E...
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  • Quickly Build a Multi-Node ECS Cluster with Docker Swarm!

    The guys over at EMC {Code} have created a fast and easy way to have a multi-node ECS cluster up in no time. Just follow the instructions here or at https://github.com/kacole2/ecs-dockerswarm where the project is bein...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - .NET + S3 (AWS SDK 2.0+)

    If your application is already using the AWS .NET SDK v2.0 or newer, reconfiguring your application to use ECS is easy.  You can change the ServiceURL to use ECS and if required use path-style buckets.   Pat...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Python + S3 (boto)

    If you're a Python programmer, you can use the boto SDK to connect to ECS for S3-compatible object storage.   To start, you should install boto using the directions on their getting started page either using pip...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Python + Swift (python-swiftclient)

    If you're a Python programmer and want to use ECS for Swift-compatible storage, you can use the python-swiftclient package to easily connect to ECS.   First, you'll need to install the python-swiftclient package...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + Swift (Apache jclouds)

    If you have an existing application written against the Swift API using Apache jclouds, you can easily reconfigure it to connect to EMC ECS .  You will need the following information from your Administrator: &nbs...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + Swift (JOSS)

    If you have an existing application written against the Swift API using JOSS, you can easily reconfigure it to connect to EMC ECS.  You will need the following information from your Administrator:   Your EC...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + S3 (JetS3t)

    The JetS3t toolkit is a popular API for connecting to S3 storage services.  While it assumes you're using Amazon services by default, starting with version 0.7.0 it is possible to reconfigure the endpoint by sett...
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  • Getting Started with ECS - Java + Atmos

    ECS's atmos-client package for Java allows you to connect to either ECS Atmos subtenants or native Atmos instances.  It handles all of the low-level tasks such as generating and signing requests, connecting to th...
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