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Gluster.org announces the release of 3.8 on June 14, 2016, marking a decade of active development.
The 3.8 release focuses on:
containers with inclusion of Heketi
protocol improvements with NFS Ganesha
Contributed features are marked with the supporting organizations.
For more details, our release notes are included: https://github.com/gluster/glusterfs/blob/release-3.8/doc/release-notes/3.8.0.md
The release of 3.8 also marks the end of life for GlusterFS 3.5, there will no further updates for this version.
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