Gluster blog stories provide high-level spotlights on our users all over the world
Facebook hosted a great crowd on Monday, September 14, in Silicon Valley with about 30 attendees and a full night of presentations about Gluster.
We started by introducing our new Gluster Community Lead, Amye Scavarda. You’ll see her a lot more in the coming months promoting Gluster and the Gluster community.
The talks started with the future: where Gluster is moving with GlusterNext, led by Jeff Darcy.
Richard Wareing of Facebook talked about their use case with Gluster and how it helps power their work.
On the topic of performance, Shyam Ranganathan talked about DHT2 and improvements that have been made over DHT.
Dan Lambright closed out the evening with a talk on Tiering in GlusterNext.
Special thanks to Jacob Shucart for being our master of ceremonies!
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