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EnterpriseStorageForum: Opening Up Clustered File Systems

Oct 18, 2005, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Open source continues to make inroads into enterprise storage, and its latest route is clustered file systems.

"Red Hat and Oracle have both been active in the open source clustered file system space recently.

"Oracle recently open-sourced its clustered file system (CFS 2). Red Hat has issued a number of announcements for its Global File System (GFS), which it acquired when it purchased Sistina in 2003 and open-sourced in 2004. HP, EMC, Network Appliance and even Oracle are among those that have been mentioned in Red Hat press releases as vendors that have verified GFS as a supported file system for enterprise storage solutions..."

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