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MinIO is a high performance, distributed object storage system. It is software-defined, runs on industry standard hardware and is 100% open source under the Apache V2 license.
MinIO is different in that it was designed from its inception to be the standard in private cloud object storage. Because MinIO is purpose-built to serve only objects, a single-layer architecture achieves all of the necessary functionality without compromise. The result is a cloud-native object server that is simultaneously performant, scalable and lightweight.
While MinIO excels at traditional object storage use cases like secondary storage, disaster recovery and archiving, it is unique at overcoming the private cloud challenges associated with machine learning, analytics and cloud-native application workloads.
Nutanix Objects solves the problem of unanticipated data growth—specifically, unstructured data that starts small then grows at a rapid pace. Storing unstructured data using traditional block or file data management protocols could result in unmanageably large, complex, and expensive solutions.
MinIO is ranked 4th in File and Object Storage with 1 review while Nutanix Objects is ranked 22nd in File and Object Storage. MinIO is rated 9.0, while Nutanix Objects is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of MinIO writes "Easy to manage and has a powerful API". On the other hand, MinIO is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Scality RING8, SwiftStack, NetApp StorageGRID and Qumulo, whereas Nutanix Objects is most compared with Cloudian HyperStore and Qumulo.
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