Deprecation of the MinIO gateway

MinIO is deprecating the gateway and will be completely removed in six months. This should not come as a surprise, we began informing the community in 2020 and have steadily removed unpopular gateways. In the last ten months, MinIO has only made bug fixes. The community can continue to use older versions of MinIO past that date. We also encourage

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From Open Source to Free and Open Source, MinIO is now fully licensed under GNU AGPLv3

From Open Source to Free and Open Source, MinIO is now fully licensed under GNU AGPLv3

With RELEASE.2021-05-11T23-27-41Z MinIO has completed its transition to the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 (GNU AGPL v3) license, meaning that the server, client and gateway will also be licensed under GNU AGPL v3. You can read more about the license from Free Software Foundation and the Open Source Initiative. The client SDKs will remain under Apache v2

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Why Should I Pay for Free Software?

Why Should I Pay for Free Software?

By introducing the ability to subscribe to our software online we obviously invite the question: “why should I pay for free software?” There are two conditions and three reasons: The conditions under which you should pay for free software: MinIO is the primary storage system for your organization (e.g. production)The data stored in MinIO is a critical part

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Five Strata Takeaways

Five Strata Takeaways

With another Strata in the rearview mirror, it is time to reflect on what we saw and heard during the week. Strata is clearly a data science show at this point but data science is broad topic. Our perspective, as a provider of high performance object storage, is framed accordingly and we focus on the data stack more than we

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Hadoop HDFS's Logical Successor

Hadoop HDFS's Logical Successor

The demise of Hadoop is probably overblown. It will not suddenly disappear from the enterprise landscape - there are simply too many clients, too much sunk investment for it to vanish into the night. What is not overblown is the fact that Hadoop, like countless technologies before it, is in secular, irreversible decline. There are a number of reasons but

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Re-Imagining Support: From Slack to SUBNET

Re-Imagining Support: From Slack to SUBNET

We approach things differently here at MinIO. When we started in 2014, we questioned everything about the object storage market as we built our product - thinking more like a data company than a storage company. We did it from scratch, using engineering first principles, an extraordinary attention to detail and a relentless pursuit of simplicity. We paid careful attention

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Open Source = Bombproof

Open Source = Bombproof

Software isn't usually described as bombproof. Particularly the type of software that is responsible for large analytic jobs or machine learning workloads. The words “finicky”, “complex” or in the case of good marketing “professional grade” (meaning you need years of study and multiple certifications) are more common. Bombproof software, however, is one of the many benefits associated with active open

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Scalable Genomics Data Processing Pipeline with Alluxio, Apache Mesos, and MinIO

This is a guest blog from our friends at Guardant Health. Guardant Health is the world leader in comprehensive liquid biopsy. Oncologists order our blood test to help determine if their advanced cancer patients are eligible for certain drugs that target specific genomic alterations in tumour DNA. Each test produces huge amounts of genomic data that we process into easily

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ToolsLib switches to MinIO for scale and performance

ToolsLib recently switched to a brand new dashboard. However, behind the scenes, there was another switch happening. We used block based filesystem for underlying storage. However, as we grew, the filesystem was proving difficult to scale. So, we were looking to move from block based storage to an object store system, when we found MinIO. After initial analysis, MinIO looked

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Deploy MinIO cloud storage to Mesosphere DC/OS

Container orchestration is gaining traction as the default way to deploy applications. Developers are architecting their modern applications from the ground-up to run in containers, which enables faster deployment and more resilience. Even legacy applications are adopting containers in every way they can to access these advantages. Of the many characteristics that make an application container ready, the way it

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Publish Minio events via NATS

IntroductionMinio server supports Amazon S3 compatible bucket event notification for following targets AMQP, Elasticsearch , Redis, nats.io, PostgreSQL and Apache Kafka. Part 4 of this blog series covers sending bucket notifications using NATS. Steps to Configure NATSI used Ubuntu Linux 16.04, gnatsd and nats package. It requires go package installed, for installation steps follow https://docs.minio.io/docs/

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Publish MinIO events via Redis

IntroductionMinio server supports Amazon S3 compatible bucket event notification for following targets AMQP, Elasticsearch , Redis, nats.io, PostgreSQL and Apache Kafka. Part 3 of this blog series covers sending bucket notifications using Redis. Steps to Configure RedisI used Ubuntu Linux 16.04, latest Minio server binary & Redis PPA version 3.0.7 on my laptop for this setup. $ sudo

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Command-line Access to Google Cloud Storage

Since our September release of MinIO Client ‘mc’ for Amazon S3 and MinIO server, we received number of requests to also support Google cloud storage, Red Hat Ceph and Open Stack Swift. Here is the Amazon S3 API compatibility matrix for various server implementations. Amazon S3: Amazon S3 V4 (latest) and V2 API signature.Minio Server: Amazon S3 V4 API

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Nov 2015 Release of MinIO Client

Download latest MinIO client ‘mc’ http://minio.io/#mcMinIO client went through several rewrites to reach this point. We fixed a number of bugs and introduced newer ones. From this release onwards, we will push smaller but frequent updates. Here are some enhancements in this release. Google Cloud Storage, OpenStack Swift, Red Hat Ceph and most other object storage vendors

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