Moving on From Gluster

All good things must come to an end. I can say with no equivocation that the last three years have been the most rewarding from a work perspective than any other job I’ve ever had. When I accepted this challenge in May, 2011, I had no idea that the project and community would blossom as […]

An OpenStack Storage Hackathon

With technologies around Open Software-defined Storage emerging as the way to get things done in the cloud, we’ve noticed strong interest in how to take advantage of this emerging software space. Storage is changing from the proprietary, expensive box in the corner to a set of APIs and open source software deployed in a scale-out […]

Gluster Spotlight: Integration Nation

This week’s spotlight will be all about software integrated with storage services. GFAPI has opened the floodgates for this type of integration with GlusterFS. In this spotlight, we’ll hear from people who have been actively working on integrations with Apache CloudStack, Pydio, and OpenNebula. Hear about how they integrated with GlusterFS and they would suggest […]

Deploying Pydio in AWS with GlusterFS

(This was originally published at the pyd.io web site) Introduction Deploying Pydio in a highly-demanding environment (lots of users, tons of documents) to achieve a dropbox-like server at scale requires a solid and elastic architecture. As a distributed file-system and software-defined storage, GlusterFS is a low-cost way of providing robust storage architecture on standard hardware. […]

Vote for Gluster-related OpenStack Summit Talks

Here are the Gluster-related abstracts that have been submitted for the OpenStack Summit in May in Atlanta. Check them out and vote! Use Case: OpenStack + GlusterFS on TryStack.org “The Gluster community has made huge strides to support backing an openstack installation’s storage with GlusterFS. TryStack.org has implimented GlusterFS as it’s storage backend. In this […]

Citrix and Harvard FASRC Join Gluster Community; Board Expands

Citrix, Harvard University FASRC and long-time contributors join the Gluster Community Board to drive the direction of open software-defined storage February 5, 2014 – The Gluster Community, the leading community for open software-defined storage, announced today two new organizations have signed letters of intent to join: Citrix, Inc. and Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and […]

Gluster Cloud Night Amsterdam

Join us on March 4 for the Gluster Community seminar and learn how to improve your storage. This half day seminar brings you in-depth presentations, use cases, demos and developer content presented by Gluster Community experts. REGISTRATION Register today for this free half-day seminar and reserve your seat since spaces are limited. Click here to […]