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Beginning today, you will have noticed some changes with Gluster.com, beginning with the domain name Gluster.com. As you may have already noticed, we now redirect Gluster.com to the newly created Red Hat Storage web site - assuming all the DNS changes have propagated. There you will find everything you need to get started with the Red Hat Storage Software Appliance. Oh! did I mention we also released the first Red Hat Storage product?
And, of course, this blog now redirects from gluster.com/blog/ to redhatstorage.redhat.com.
One more thing that will change is the URL of the bug tracker. The migration is currently in process, but upon completion, bugs.gluster.com will redirect to Red Hat's bugzilla page.
If you're looking for Gluster.org, that site will remain as is. Look for a new wiki, documentation and more coming to the community site very soon.
Our goal is to bring new content and features to our greater community of customers, users and developers as seamlessly as possible. If you experience difficulty locating something, post a comment below, and someone will respond as quickly as possible.