Dell ECS Data Movement to MinIO

Dell ECS Data Movement to MinIO

Dell ECS's “Data Movement”, also called copy-to-cloud is a feature introduced in ECS 3.8.0.1 that allows you to copy objects from Dell ECS to MinIO which is rather popular with customers and prospects who are modernizing their storage stack to support their AI data infrastructure requirements.

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Integrate MinIO with Keycloak OIDC

Integrate MinIO with Keycloak OIDC

In this blog post, we’ll show you how to set up MinIO to work with Keycloak. But broadly it should also give you an idea of how OIDC is configured with MinIO so you can use it with anything other than Keycloak, here we just use it as an example.

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Latest Enhancements to Snowflake External Tables: What You Need to Know

Latest Enhancements to Snowflake External Tables: What You Need to Know

Snowflake's support for external tables has seen significant updates since our last blog post on how to extend your Snowflake implementation with MinIO. External tables allow users of Snowflake to treat data in object storage like MinIO as a read-only table in Snowflake without migration. Snowflake's ongoing enhancements to their external table functionality clearly demonstrate the

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Introducing Technical Certifications at MinIO

Introducing Technical Certifications at MinIO

We are excited to announce our first technical certification, the MinIO Certified Administrator - Practitioner. The MinIO certified professional program is designed to validate an individual's practical skills administrating MinIO. For the practitioner level exam, candidates will need working knowledge of all core features and capabilities including deployment, bucket creation, versioning, life cycle management, replication, encryption, and authentication,

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Essentials for AI Infrastructure—the AI in Business Podcast with AB Periasamy and Matthew DeMello

Essentials for AI Infrastructure—the AI in Business Podcast with AB Periasamy and Matthew DeMello

MinIO’s co-founder and CEO AB Periasamy was recently featured on the AI in Business Podcast where he had a rich conversation with Matthew DeMello—Senior Editor at Emerj—about AI infrastructure and object storage for enterprises.  In this blog post, we take you through an abridged version of what was discussed. Let’s get into it.  AB and Matthew

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Setting Up A Development Machine with MLRun and MinIO

Setting Up A Development Machine with MLRun and MinIO

MLOps is to machine learning what DevOps is to traditional software development. Both are a set of practices and principles aimed at improving collaboration between engineering teams (the Dev or ML) and IT operations (Ops) teams. The goal is to streamline the development lifecycle, from planning and development to deployment and operations, using automation. One of the primary benefits of

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Stateful KES for AI/ML Workloads

Stateful KES for AI/ML Workloads

Implementing KES within Kubernetes in a stateful configuration ensures the persistence of encryption keys through pod lifecycle events and restarts. This setup offers resilience especially in environments where relying on external KMS is not an option or preferred.

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Make it Rain: How Repatriating Your Public Cloud Workload Can Deliver Millions in Savings

Make it Rain: How Repatriating Your Public Cloud Workload Can Deliver Millions in Savings

The phenomenon of the public cloud is difficult to get your arms around. Since AWS kicked it off early in the century it has grown and evolved into a modern computing platform - creating the cloud operating model as we know it. Ironically, this standardization around the cloud as an operating model is the one of the reasons that cloud

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