In This Edition of the Gluster Newsletter
- Webinar Replay: Service Providers Deploying Open Source Storage
- Gluster Blog: Storage is Sexy Again
- Virtual Strategy Magazine: Q&A with Gluster CEO
- Storage Architect Blog: Closing the Server/Storage Virtualization Gap
- SiliconAngle: EMC, Isilon, and the Rebirth of Storage
If you missed our webinar on “Service Providers Deploying Open Source Scale-Out Storage”, featuring Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) analyst Terri McClure, and cloud computing evangelist & CTO of Enomaly, Reuven Cohen, you can now view the on-demand replay at your leisure. Includes information on future storage trends and also highlights a few customers using both Gluster and Enomaly technologies in cloud production environments. This webinar is for service providers or other firms looking to learn more about cloud storage, increase service offerings and/or add new revenue streams through the adoption of cloud computing.
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In this blog post, Gluster CEO Ben Golub, reflects on recent storage acquisition news and what it all means for the industry. He notes two broad themes are clear including storage is indeed sexy again and the scale-out storage approach is gaining momentum.
In this VSM article, CEO Ben Golub, answers questions related to everything from Gluster’s recent series B funding announcement to the storage problem Gluster’s technology addresses to what the open source community means to Gluster’s product development cycle and more.
This is a guest blog post from Anand Babu (AB) Periasamy, CTO and co-founder of Gluster.
In the virtualization foot race, the server has clearly been playing the role of the hare, with storage-a.k.a., the tortoise-bringing up the rear. The technology innovation in server virtualization got a lengthy head start on storage and has continued to outpace it ever since, making some question how the tortoise will ever have a chance to catch up.
Waiting for them at the finish line is a truly virtualized data center and a fully enabled cloud, two things that go hand in hand. They may be waiting for quite a while, if the industry does not intelligently approach and successfully tackle the problem of virtualizing the storage layer.
In this SiliconAngle article, Gluster CEO, Ben Golub writes about the future of Network Attached Storage (NAS) with the recent storage company acquisitions noting the EMC acquisition of Isilon. Ben also talks about how innovation from private companies can often disrupt the industry and what these smaller private companies can do to compete against the big incumbents.
The Gluster Team