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Gluster Community Survey Report, 2015

Gluster
2016-01-18

In November 2015, we did our annual Gluster Community Survey, and we had some great responses and turnout!
We’ve taken some of the highlights and distilled them down for our overall community to review.

Some interesting things:

  • 68% of respondents have been using Gluster for less than 2 years.
  • 3 shall be the number:The most popular amount of nodes in a cluster is 3
  • Top uses for Gluster: 44% Virtual Infrastructure, 42% File Sync and Share, 8% On demand media backup, 6% Backup
  • 70% of installations are managing less than 50 terabytes, but 3% are managing over one petabyte!

View our visual followup highlights – Gluster Community Survey Highlights – 2015

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