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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.
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...