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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Cloud Native Data Management Day - 2.5 MinIO Presentations

MinIO is a proud sponsor of Cloud Native Data Management Days (CNDM Days) - a community initiative designed to bring together Kubernetes and cloud native data management enthusiasts. Featuring one day virtual events ahead of Kubecon Europe and Kubecon, the CNDM days feature a superb array of speakers from across the spectrum - developers, analysts, architects and end users -

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Kubernetes, Consistency and Commoditization - The Way of the Cloud

Kubernetes, Consistency and Commoditization - The Way of the Cloud

When you think about the cloud, it helps to think about the types of businesses that have been built with elastic compute, networking and storage as a foundational component and self-service/multi-tenancy as the vehicle for customer engagement. For the most part, those businesses succeeded at scaling by focusing their efforts on building their product, almost exclusively on a single

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The Scalability Myth

The Scalability Myth

Lots of object storage companies like to talk about scalability while tossing around terms like exabytes and “infinite.” Unfortunately, many of the terms used to describe scalability make grandiose and misleading promises that don’t help enterprises build an effective storage platform. Claims made around the simplest use case,  static archival data, aren’t translatable to the entirety of use

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