Expose MinIO Tenant Services on EKS using Elastic Load Balancers: Instructions

Expose MinIO Tenant Services on EKS using Elastic Load Balancers: Instructions

This blog post is part two in a series about exposing MinIO tenant services to applications outside of your Amazon EKS cluster. The first blog post provided an overview and comparison of the four methods used for Exposing MinIO Services in AWS EKS Using Elastic Load Balancers. Software-defined MinIO provides distributed high-performance object storage for baremetal and all major Kubernetes

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SUSE Rancher and MinIO Lock Horns (in a good way...)

SUSE Rancher and MinIO Lock Horns (in a good way...)

Modern enterprises are data-driven and cloud-centric. The latter is a mentality, not a place. The core concepts of the cloud: containerization, orchestration, APIs and automation are the defining characteristics of success for companies in the modern world. Central to this mentality, indeed, perhaps the defining characteristic, is Kubernetes. Kubernetes initially gained popularity as the go-to platform for deploying and orchestrating

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Takeaways from Kubecon EU

Takeaways from Kubecon EU

Kubecon EU in Valencia, Spain was a welcome breath of fresh air for the Kubernetes community. While the Linux Foundation and the CNCF did great work in the pandemic, nothing is quite like seeing your “people” in person. That what Valencia delivered. I don’t know the attendance figures off the top of my head, but having been in Los

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How to Install and Configure Kubeflow with MinIO Operator

How to Install and Configure Kubeflow with MinIO Operator

Kubeflow is a modern solution to design, build and orchestrate Machine Learning pipelines using the latest and most popular frameworks. Out of the box, Kubeflow ships with MinIO inside to store all of its pipelines, artifacts and logs, however that MinIO is limited to a single PVC and thus cannot benefit from all the features a distributed MinIO brings to

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Simplifying Multi-Tenant Object Storage as a Service with Kubernetes and MinIO Operator

Simplifying Multi-Tenant Object Storage as a Service with Kubernetes and MinIO Operator

This post was updated on 1.12.22. Object storage as a service is the hottest concept in storage today. The reason is straightforward: object storage is the storage class of the cloud and the ability to provision it seamlessly to applications or developers makes it immensely valuable to enterprises of any size. The challenge is that object storage as

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