Integrations with MinIO

The modern data stack is a connected data stack. Browse our expansive list of integrations with links to the relevant documentation.

A trusted identity provider is a key component to single sign on. MinIO supports both application and user identity through the following integrations.
Key Management Service (KMS) makes it easy for you to create and manage encryption keys and control the use of those keys centrally across your organization.
Containers and microservices require constant event monitoring and alerting. Keep watch over any cloud-native application or infrastructure with these integrations.
Event notification is core to the operational acuity of any system. MinIO logs all object operations for lambda computing, object search, analytics and security auditing.
When your distributed deployment goes cross data center and geographies a central federation service is required. MinIO is integrated with the following.
MinIO supports modern cloud native orchestration platforms to fully automate the deployment and management of the physical resources (CPU, network and drive).
For public facing infrastructure the Load Balancers provide the following services; routing, service discovery, SSL termination and traffic shaping. MinIO integrates with the following.
MinIO makes your existing infrastructure from onprem to public cloud look like Amazon S3. Additionally it also adds a caching CDN capability in front of the public cloud to save on bandwidth while delivering high performance.
The modern enterprise is data driven. MinIO has native integrations with the leading analytics and machine learning frameworks.
Object storage with AWS S3 API has become the ubiquitous backup target for every modern backup application. MinIO integrates with S3 compatible systems including the following leading vendors (the list is very long).

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