Red Hat Storage Server

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Red Hat Gluster Storage
Developer(s) Red Hat, Inc.
Stable release
Type Distributed file system

Red Hat Gluster Storage is a computer storage product from Red Hat. It is based on open source technologies such as GlusterFS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.[1]

The latest release, RHGS 3.1, combines Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL 6 and also RHEL 7) with the latest GlusterFS community release, oVirt, and XFS File System.[2][3]

In April 2014, Red Hat re-branded GlusterFS-based Red Hat Storage Server to "Red Hat Gluster Storage".[4]


Red Hat Gluster Storage, a scale-out NAS product, uses as its basis GlusterFS, a distributed file-system. Red Hat Gluster Storage also exemplifies software-defined storage (SDS).


In June 2012, Red Hat Gluster Storage was announced as a commercially-supported integration of GlusterFS with Red Hat Enterprise Linux.[5]


  • 2.0
  • 2.1
  • 3.0
  • 3.1


  1. ^ "What is Red Hat Gluster Storage?". Red Hat. 
  2. ^ "Red Hat releases new cloud-friendly Red Hat Gluster Storage". ZD Net. 
  3. ^ "RHSS 3.0". ZD Net. 
  4. ^ "Red Hat Storage. New product names. Same great features.". Mar 20, 2015. Retrieved 2015-03-20. 
  5. ^ Timothy Prickett Morgan (June 27, 2012). "Red Hat Storage Server NAS takes on Lustre, NetApp". The Register. Retrieved May 30, 2013.