MinIO Enables IT to Manage Kubernetes-native Object Storage with Addition of Console, Operator and SUBNET Health
PALO ALTO, Calif., April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MinIO, a pioneer in high performance, Kubernetes-native object storage, today announced the addition of Console, Operator and SUBNET Health to MinIO’s suite of object storage software. These new features simplify the deployment of multi-tenant object storage using Kubernetes. Critical components in any IT modernization effort, these additions ensure that the broadest audience can leverage MinIO.
The addition of these features extends MinIO’s enterprise reach to include key IT functions while providing additional interaction points for MinIO’s vast developer audience.
MinIO Kubernetes Operator
In addition, MinIO is also making the Operator available on all major public cloud providers. These include Amazon's EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Engine), Azure's AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service), Google's GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine) and Anthos.
These features are all licensed under GNU AGPL v3 and reflect MinIO’s commitment to open source software. MinIO, as the copyright holder, can provide exceptions to the obligations associated with the AGPL v3 through a commercial license. Commercial license holders also gain access to the MinIO Subscription Network (SUBNET). SUBNET includes 24/7/365 direct-to-engineer support, access to the Panic Button, SUBNET Health, architecture, performance and security reviews and other benefits. Priced on usable capacity, MinIO SUBNET replicates the public cloud experience in terms of transparency, elasticity and simplicity.
“MinIO’s end-to-end object storage infrastructure automation distinguishes them from other vendors in the space,” noted Robert Roizen, co-Founder and CTO of Feedonomics. “At Feedonomics, our Kubernetes journey is well underway, and these new capabilities allow us to both accelerate that journey but also to broaden the teams that can participate in it. We operate in multiple environments, and SUBNET Health allows us to quickly identify problems, optimize performance and verify that our data is secure.”
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