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Gluster Monthly Newsletter, September 2017

Amye Scavarda

Gluster Monthly Newsletter, September 2017


Gluster Summit is coming!

October 27-28 in Prague, Czech Republic!

Registration is open until October 20th, 2017.


Noteworthy Threads:

[Gluster-devel] Proposed Protocol changes for 4.0: Need feedback.

[Gluster-devel] Call for help: Updating xlator options for GD2 (round one)

[Gluster-devel] GD2 demo

[Gluster-devel] [RFC] Automatic discovery of Gluster Storage Servers

[Gluster-devel] Release 3.13: (STM release) Details

[Gluster-devel] Heketi version 5 has been released!

[Gluster-devel] RIO-Distribution: Status update

[Gluster-devel] Suggestion to Improve performance

[Gluster-devel] GD2 integration – Commands


Gluster Top 5 Contributors in the last 30 days:

Kaleb Keithley, Michaël Scherer, Prashanth Pai, Shreyas Siravara, Jose A. Rivera


Top Contributing Companies:  Red Hat,  Gluster, Inc.,  Facebook


Upcoming CFPs:

DevConf – CfP closes November 17, 2017

FOSDEM   – October 31



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