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Wednesday, April 20 • 10:30am - 11:20am
GlusterFS and its Distribution Model - Sakshi Bansal, Red Hat

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GlusterFS is a scalable network filesystem to create large, distributed storage solutions. Sakshi Bansal and Susant Palai will talk about the need for a distributed file system and give an introduction to GlusterFS. The talk will mainly focus on how GlusterFS manages distributions of files and directories through Distributed Hash Table (DHT). They will also review on some of the recently introduced key features to DHT that improve performance. Finally they will give a short demo on the working of GlusterFS.

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Sakshi Bansal

Sakshi Bansal is currently working as a software developer at Red Hat for the GlusterFS project. Her main contribution pertain to Distributive Hash Table (DHT) component. She is a FOSS enthusiast and has previously given a lightning talk at DebConf on Python Requests. She has also published two articles for Linux For You.


Wednesday April 20, 2016 10:30am - 11:20am
State Ballroom E

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