Disaggregation, Analytical Engines and Starburst Trino

Disaggregation, Analytical Engines and Starburst Trino

With today’s announcement of Starburst’s support for MinIO, it made sense to revisit the architectural trends that are becoming the standard for analytics workloads. Starburst provides a perfect example as we shall see shortly. The architecture follows the model of disaggregating storage and compute. Modern, high speed networks have obsoleted the old approaches espoused by the many defunct

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Certificate-based Authentication for S3

Certificate-based Authentication for S3

Security is paramount at MinIO and sits up there with performance, simplicity and resilience in the pantheon of things that matter. MinIO encrypts data when stored on disk and when transmitted over the network. MinIO’s state-of-the-art encryption schemes support granular object-level encryption using modern, industry-standard encryption algorithms, such as AES-256-GCM, ChaCha20-Poly1305, and AES-CBC. MinIO is fully compatible with S3

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Pulumi and MinIO - Making Multi-Cloud Magic

Pulumi and MinIO - Making Multi-Cloud Magic

As we have noted before, one of the great advantages of being cloud native is that integrations are generally pretty seamless. We don’t want to oversimplify, engineering is engineering, but as a rule this makes putting different pieces together easier and more impactful. One such example is our work with Pulumi. Pulumi enables cloud engineering teams, devops and app

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