The solution will provide enterprises with the ability to create extremely large scale object storage clusters with minimal friction. “We are delighted to have MinIO as an early design partner for the vSAN Data Persistence platform,” said Lee Caswell, VP Marketing, CPBU, VMware. “The launch of the vSAN Data Persistence platform is a remarkable achievement and will significantly accelerate the adoption of Kubernetes by simplifying how this powerful technology goes to market,” said AB Periasamy, co-founder and CEO of MinIO. All trial customers will be onboarded to the MinIO Subscription Network where they will receive support, diagnostics and can manage their licensing going forward. Their software-defined, Amazon S3-compatible object storage system is considered the fastest in the world with READ/WRITE speeds in excess of 183 GB/s and 171 GB/s on a 32 node cluster of NVMe.
- Virtualization & Network Resources
- Collaboration & Communication
- OCR (Optical Character recognition)
- Computer Utilities