Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

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Reasons to mitigate from NFSV3 to NFSV4/4.1


This talk will cover the differences between NFSv3 and NFSv4.What’s the Problem with NFSv3 and How NFSv4 is better suited to a wide range of datacenter and high performance compute than its predecessor NFSv3.This talk will also covers the advantages of extended capabilities of NFSV4 i.e NFSv4.1 and NFSv4.2 and its support with Gluster NFS-Ganesha

NFS is a well known and venerable network protocol which a network abstraction over a file system that allows a remote client to access it over a network in a similar way to a local file system. NFSv4 has been a standard file sharing protocol since 2003 which superseded NFS Version 3, but still NFSV4 has not been widely adopted.While there have been many advances and improvements to NFS, some IT organizations have choosen to continue with NFSv3.

This talk will cover the differences between NFSv3 and NFSv4.What’s the Problem with NFSv3 and How NFSv4 is better suited to a wide range of datacenter and high performance compute than its predecessor NFSv3.This talk will also covers the advantages of extended capabilities of NFSV4 i.e NFSv4.1 and NFSv4.2 and its support with Gluster NFS-Ganesha

Speakers

Manisha Saini

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