Red Hat Grabs Gluster in Big Data Play

In a move to expand its enterprise cloud storage capabilities, Red Hat will spend $136 million to acquire Gluster, a storage company that builds management tools for data centers and cloud services. The companies announced the deal Tuesday, and the deal is expected to close by the end of the month. Red Hat, one of the largest companies in the open source world with $1 billion in annual revenue, has been making various plays lately to expand its services.

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