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Red Hat Storage 2.0 Aims to Unify File and Object Access

Apr 10, 2012, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Red Hat is advancing its storage platform development with Monday's beta release of Red Hat Storage 2.0. The Red Hat Storage platform is based on the GlusterFS open source filesystem technology that Red Hat acquired in October 2011 for $136 million. In December 2011, Red Hat debuted its first storage appliance based on Gluster. It is now in the process of developing the 2.0 release.

The new Red Hat Storage 2.0 appliance is based on the GlusterFS 3.3 release. The system will also provide components from the open source OpenStack cloud effort to enable unified file and object access.

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