Fresh on the heels of his talk on achieving total data center victory at Collaboration Summit in April, John Mark Walker, Gluster community leader at Red Hat will show us how to get there at the Gluster Workshop at LinuxCon Japan on Friday, May 31 in Tokyo.
The full day of talks will focus entirely on the open source GlusterFS distributed file system and will include:
– Creating a Shared Storage Service with GlusterFS
– Converged Infrastructure: Leveraging oVirt and Gluster for Fully Virtualized Environments
– Hands on Development: Getting Started with GlusterFS translators, GluPy and libgfapi.
Here, Walker discusses the upcoming workshop, the rapid adoption of GlusterFS in Japan, version 3.4 and QEMU integration, new Gluster community initiatives and the state of enterprise storage.
What is the Gluster Community Workshop taking place at LinuxCon Japan? Why is this an important activity that you host with The Linux Foundation?
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