Introductions



  • @Minion-Queen Likewise, although I am truly sorry that one of your first introductions was to @BrianBauer .... I kid, he is a super star!



  • @Minion-Queen

    @dafyre said in Introductions:

    I got my first exposure to Scale when building a 4-Node cluster as an upgrade to a VMware setup. It's been a great experience!

    @Minion-Queen Likewise, although I am truly sorry that one of your first introductions was to @BrianBauer .... I kid, he is a super star!



  • @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂



  • @ScaleLegion said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂

    I'd say you should come back around, but the local spicecorp leaders kinda fell off the face of the earth here.



  • @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @ScaleLegion said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂

    I'd say you should come back around, but the local spicecorp leaders kinda fell off the face of the earth here.

    A tech group failing in rural eastern Ohio? How is that possible?



  • @scottalanmiller said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @ScaleLegion said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂

    I'd say you should come back around, but the local spicecorp leaders kinda fell off the face of the earth here.

    A tech group failing in rural eastern Ohio? How is that possible?

    lol, this one was based out of Cleveland.... I actually met another guy that I grew up with going to the Spicecorps, turned out he lives a couple miles away from where I work. We actually had like 5 people that work in Amish Country going to those spicecorps meetups.



  • @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @scottalanmiller said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @ScaleLegion said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂

    I'd say you should come back around, but the local spicecorp leaders kinda fell off the face of the earth here.

    A tech group failing in rural eastern Ohio? How is that possible?

    lol, this one was based out of Cleveland.... I actually met another guy that I grew up with going to the Spicecorps, turned out he lives a couple miles away from where I work. We actually had like 5 people that work in Amish Country going to those spicecorps meetups.

    I presented at two Cleveland SC meetings, it's been a bit ago.



  • @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @scottalanmiller said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    @ScaleLegion said in Introductions:

    @travisdh1 said in Introductions:

    I got my first experience with Scale at a SpiceCorps of NE Ohio meetup. @scale picked up dinner for all of us, which came in a long 2nd to the demos done by the engineer that came out. Seriously, sending an engineer instead of a sales guppy was brilliant. Haven't purchased a new server in years, but I recommend @scale all the time.

    That was probably me 🙂

    I'd say you should come back around, but the local spicecorp leaders kinda fell off the face of the earth here.

    A tech group failing in rural eastern Ohio? How is that possible?

    lol, this one was based out of Cleveland.... I actually met another guy that I grew up with going to the Spicecorps, turned out he lives a couple miles away from where I work. We actually had like 5 people that work in Amish Country going to those spicecorps meetups.

    It's amazing how far people actually travel for the good groups. In NYC and DFW, the healthy groups were bringing in people two hours away routinely.



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    Definitely give us a shout if you ever have any questions or concerns (or even recommendations and feature requests!). We love to hear from customers and, as @blakerodier said, ensure they have a #BestEver support experience!



  • welcome @ghoward @blakerodier @mmyers

    Glad to have you here



  • Wow, guys! nice to have all of you aboard!



  • Thanks for reaching out guys!



  • Didn't I just talk to one of you this morning? Welcome to everyone from Scale.