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A New Year’s Eve edition of the monthly happenings in Gluster!
Gluster Summit Recordings
If you missed out on Gluster Summit, our recordings are available on our YouTube channel in our Gluster Summit 2017 Playlist
Gluster Developer Conversations
Our next hangout is on Jan 16, 15:00 UTC!
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Event planning for next year:
As part of the Community Working Group issue queue, we’re asking for recommendations of events that Gluster should be focusing on. https://github.com/gluster/community/issues/7 has more details, we’re planning from March 2018 through March 2019 and we’d like your input! Where should Gluster be at?
New Event announcement!
Announcing Glustered 2018 in Bologna (IT)
As part of our release process, we’re asking for feedback from the community on our release process, feature set and anything else you might think of. This time, we’re keeping this open until January 9th.
Top Contributing Companies: Red Hat, Gluster, Inc., Facebook
Glustered with Incontro DevOps – CfP now open! – event is March 8, 2018
Embedded Linux Conference – January 7, 2018 http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference/program/callforproposals
KubeCon Europe – CFP Close: Friday, January 12, 2018 – 11:59 PM PST
LinuxCon China – March 4, 2018
In order to plan the content for upcoming releases, it is good to take a moment of pause, step back and attempt to look at the consumption of GlusterFS within large enterprises. With the enterprise architecture taking large strides towards cloud and more specifically, the hybrid cloud, continued efforts towards...
The Gluster community is pleased to announce the release of 7.0, our latest release. This is a major release that includes a range of code improvements and stability fixes along with a few features as noted below. A selection of the key features and bugs addressed are documented in this...
Progress cannot be made without change. As technologists, we recognize this every day. Most of the time, these changes are iterative: progresssive additions of features to projects like Gluster. Sometimes those changes are small, and sometimes not. And that’s, of course, just talking about our project. But one of the...