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FOSDEM 2017 Gluster Talks

Gluster
2017-03-01

This year at FOSDEM, we helped run a Software Defined Storage DevRoom on Sunday, February 5th:

For those who weren’t able to make it, we’ve collected the recordings from the event related to Gluster here.

GlusterD-2.0 – the next generation of GlusterFS management – Kaushal Madappa

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/glusterd2/

Gluster Features Update – Niels de Vos

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/cephglustercommunity/

SELinux Support over GlusterFS  – Jiffin Tony Thottan

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/glusterselinux/  

Hyper-converged, persistent storage for containers with GlusterFS – Jose Rivera, Mohamed Ashiq

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/glustercontainer/

 

Our overall schedule:

GlusterD-2.0 – The next generation of GlusterFS management Kaushal Madappa
Introduction to Ceph cloud object storage Orit Wasserman
Storage overloaded to smoke? Legolize with LizardFS! Michal Bielicki
Gluster Features Overview,  Niels de Vos
Ceph Community Update Patrick McGarry
Evaluating NVMe drives for accelerating HBase, NVM HBase acceleration Nicolas Poggi
Ceph USB Storage Gateway David Disseldorp
Ceph and Storage management with openATTIC Lenz Grimmer
SELinux Support over GlusterFS Jiffin Tony Thottan
Deploying Ceph Clusters with Salt Jan Fajerski
Hyper-converged, persistent storage for containers with GlusterFS  – Jose Rivera, Mohamed Ashiq
Ceph weather report Orit Wasserman

https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/track/software_defined_storage/  

 

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