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MinIO Kubernetes-native Object Storage Video Demo

by Brian Beeler
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At its core, MinIO aims to simplify the deployment of object storage across any Kubernetes deployment. Earlier this month MinIO launched several new updates to Operator, Console, and SUBNET health to aid in this mission.

At its core, MinIO aims to simplify the deployment of object storage across any Kubernetes deployment. Earlier this month MinIO launched several new updates to Operator, Console, and SUBNET health to aid in this mission.

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MinIO encompasses a number of components. Operator lets IT admins deploy and manage object storage infrastructure in almost any environment (EKX, AKS, GKA, Anthos). Console provides a GUI to manage and monitor clusters. SUBNET health automates configuration issues by inspecting multiple components throughout the infrastructure like drives, network, CPU, memory, OS containers, and MinIO software.

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Even better, for those who want to play, the software is available as a free community edition with a 100% Open Source: GNU AGPL v3 license. The standard license is $10/TB/month and the enterprise license is $20/TB/month. Both add carrying levels of support features and SLAs.

In this video, we walk through these updates with Daniel Valdivia, who shows off all of the new functionality.

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