Rethinking Observability with MinIO and CloudFabrix

Rethinking Observability with MinIO and CloudFabrix

While the growth trajectory for data in general is extraordinary, it is the growth of log files that really stand out. As the heartbeat of digital enterprise, these files contain a remarkable amount of intelligence - across a stunning range, from security to customer behavior to operational performance. The growth of log files, however, presents particular challenges for the enterprise.

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Constructing a CI/CD Build Pipeline

Constructing a CI/CD Build Pipeline

In this tutorial, we’ll bake the MinIO binary and the service dependencies, such as the username and group required for MinIO. We are baking this instead of frying because these will remain the same no matter how we configure and launch our image.

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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 [https://www.blackfog.com/2021-ransomware-attack-report/], in 2021 there was a record total of 292 reported ransomware attacks. Of

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Disaggregation, Analytical Engines and Starburst Trino

Disaggregation, Analytical Engines and Starburst Trino

With today’s announcement [https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/starburst-announces-new-product-release-which-extends-flexibility-when-building-data-lakehouse-architecture-301425279.html] 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

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