In a recent announcement, independent object storage provider MinIO is trying to make it possible to execute cloud-native storage without the need of its customers to know Kubernetes (K8s). Driven by the six-month-old partnership with VMware, it aims to develop its live production assistance with a health check option and a novel self-service console that avoids the necessity to obtain health stats through APIs.
The general thread of the announcements is to allow customers to implement MinIO storage without the need of building their own storage systems right from scratch. MinIO is said to be an AGPL-licensed open source software that is defined as an object storage project.
To Read More: ZDNet