As I mentioned yesterday, the GlusterFest is nigh. This time, we’ll break out testing into two types: Performance testing Feature testing To learn about the GlusterFest and what it is, visit the GlusterFest home at gluster.org/gfest Remember that if you file a bug that is verified by the Gluster QE team, you’ll win a t-shirt […]
Dan Mons came across GlusterFS at his job with Cutting Edge, a VFX company. He needed lots of storage space that was available to many different users – and he needed it to be able to expand as he needed. That it was free and ran on commodity systems was a big plus. Come join […]
In about 90 minutes, Louis Zuckerman and I will be “hanging out” and talking about how he came to deploy GlusterFS on AWS, and why he’d developing a Java Filesystem integration with GlusterFS. I’ll post the embedded YouTube link here when we’re about to go live. Hangout starts at 11am EST, 8am PST, 16:00GMT – […]
Or “How I learned to start worrying and never trust the cloud.” The Clouderati have been derping for some time now about how we’re all going towards the public cloud and “private cloud” will soon become a distant, painful memory, much like electric generators filled the gap before power grids became the norm. They seem […]
This post continues my holiday detour into things not necessarily tech related. Forgive me this indulgence – there is at least one more post I’ll make in a similar vein. Open Source communities are different. At least, I’ve always felt that they are. Think of the term “community manager.” If you’re a community manager in […]
(this was initially posted on the blog On CollabNet)I recently had the pleasure of attending the Evans Data Developer Relations Conference in San Jose, and it gave me the opportunity to listen to 2 very contrasting approaches to what amounted to the sa...