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Gluster Container Storage 0.5 release

Atin Mukherjee
2019-01-11

Today, we are announcing the availability of GCS (Gluster Container Storage) 0.5.

Highlights and updates since v0.4:

  • GCS environment updated to kube 1.13
  • CSI deployment moved to 1.0
  • Integrated Anthill deployment
  • Kube & etcd metrics added to prometheus
  • Tuning of etcd to increase stability
  • GD2 bug fixes from scale testing effort.

Included components:

For more details on the specific content of this release please refer [3].

If you are interested in contributing, please see [4] or contact the gluster-devel mailing list. We’re always interested in any bugs that you find, pull requests for new features and your feedback.

Regards,

Team GCS

[1] https://github.com/gluster/gcs/releases

[2] https://github.com/gluster/gcs/tree/master/deploy

[3] https://waffle.io/gluster/gcs?label=GCS%2F0.5 – search for ‘Done’ lane

[4] https://github.com/gluster/gcs

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