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+Introducing Gluster File System
+GlusterFS is an open source, clustered file system capable of scaling to
+several petabytes and handling thousands of clients. GlusterFS can be
+flexibly combined with commodity physical, virtual, and cloud resources
+to deliver highly available and performant enterprise storage at a
+fraction of the cost of traditional solutions.
+GlusterFS clusters together storage building blocks over Infiniband RDMA
+and/or TCP/IP interconnect, aggregating disk and memory resources and
+managing data in a single global namespace. GlusterFS is based on a
+stackable user space design, delivering exceptional performance for
+diverse workloads.
+![ Virtualized Cloud Environments ][]
+GlusterFS is designed for today's high-performance, virtualized cloud
+environments. Unlike traditional data centers, cloud environments
+require multi-tenancy along with the ability to grow or shrink resources
+on demand. Enterprises can scale capacity, performance, and availability
+on demand, with no vendor lock-in, across on-premise, public cloud, and
+hybrid environments.
+GlusterFS is in production at thousands of enterprises spanning media,
+healthcare, government, education, web 2.0, and financial services. The
+following table lists the commercial offerings and its documentation
+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ Product Documentation Location
+ ----------- ------------------------------------------------------------
+ Red Hat [][]
+ Storage
+ Software
+ Appliance
+ Red Hat [][1]
+ Virtual
+ Storage
+ Appliance
+ Red Hat [][2]
+ Storage
+ ------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ [ Virtualized Cloud Environments ]: images/640px-GlusterFS_3.2_Architecture.png
+ []:
+ [1]:
+ [2]: