Faster Multi-Site Replication and Resync

Faster Multi-Site Replication and  Resync

First introduced in late 2021, multi-site Active-Active Replication has grown to be one of the most impactful MinIO features. MinIO has long had the ability to replicate between buckets to synchronize objects, delete operations and metadata changes, but Multi-site Active-Active Replication goes beyond bucket replication to synchronize all buckets, IAM, security tokens, service accounts and bucket-level configurations.   As businesses gather

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Announcing MinIO Batch Framework – Feature #1: Batch Replication

Announcing MinIO Batch Framework – Feature #1: Batch Replication

Batch processing is a way of consistently and reliably working with large amounts of data with little to no user interaction. Enterprises typically prepare and analyze data from multiple sources using batch operations. The individual jobs that gather, transform and combine data are batched together to run more efficiently. MinIO customers use batch processing to build data analytics and AI/

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Digging Deeper into Iceberg: ACID Transactions on Tables

Digging Deeper into Iceberg: ACID Transactions on Tables

The Apache Iceberg data lake storage format enables ACID transactions on tables saved to MinIO. ACID transactions enable multiple users and services to concurrently and reliably add and remove records atomically. At the same time, queries are isolated to maintain read consistency against tables that are in the process of being altered. You can put MinIO and Iceberg, in conjunction

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Ransomware in 2022: Protect Your Backups

Ransomware in 2022: Protect Your Backups

In 2022, every business must take precautions to protect against the serious threat of  ransomware. In 2020 and 2021, we saw an increase in the number and severity of ransomware attacks, and 2022 promises to continue this fearsome trend. According to BlackFog, in 2021 there was a record total of 292 reported ransomware attacks. Of these, more than 80% involved

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