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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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Introducing Webhooks for MinIO

MinIO provides integration with a range of backend systems which enables you to build a complete solution for your projects. The team has recently integrated a pull request from the community to add Webhook support and wanted to tell you a bit about it. First we will look at what Webhooks are, some examples of what they can connect with,

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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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Developers, Developers, Developers!!

According to an IDC study conducted in 2014, there are approximately 18.5 Million software developers world wide. Though it only accounts for a tiny 0.26% of 7 billion world population, their contribution towards overall economic prosperity and progress is mind boggling. I will publish a series of blog post to understand the developer population in detail. Cartography of

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