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We performed a comparison between MinIO and Scality RING8 based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

Find out in this report how the two File and Object Storage solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.

To learn more, read our detailed MinIO vs. Scality RING8 report (Updated: September 2022).
633,952 professionals have used our research since 2012.
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    Top Answer:Red Hat Ceph does well in simplifying storage integration by replacing the need for numerous storage solutions. This solution allows for multiple copies of replicated and coded pools to be kept, easy… more »
    Top Answer:The most valuable feature is the ease of management and administration.
    Top Answer:This is an open-source solution but I am using the licensed version.
    Top Answer:I think it's the economic factor. This solution has the lowest cost for storage systems.
    Top Answer:If I had to choose a new aspect for the system, it would be the rebalancing. The ease of use during capacity upgrades would be the most important improvement. I don't know if they manage it better… more »
    Top Answer:We used Scality during the capacity extension.
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    Scality RING, RING8
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    Overview

    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.

    Scality RING object storage enables enterprises and cloud service providers to run petabyte-scale, data-rich services like web applications, VOD, active archives, compliance archives, and private storage clouds. The RING is software, so you can deploy it on standard x86 servers of your choice, taking advantage of server and media innovation over time. Acting as a single, distributed system, the RING can scale linearly across thousands of servers, multiple sites, and an unlimited number of objects. Data is protected with policy-based replication, erasure coding, and geo-distribution, achieving up to 14 9s of durability and 100% availability.
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    Comcast, TimeWarner Cable, EuroSport, Orange, Deluxe, DailtMotion, SFR, RTL, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Telstra
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    Financial Services Firm14%
    Educational Organization14%
    Manufacturing Company14%
    Transportation Company14%
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    Comms Service Provider21%
    Computer Software Company21%
    Financial Services Firm9%
    Manufacturing Company9%
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    Computer Software Company26%
    Comms Service Provider19%
    Financial Services Firm8%
    Manufacturing Company7%
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    Small Business47%
    Midsize Enterprise6%
    Large Enterprise47%
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    Small Business19%
    Midsize Enterprise18%
    Large Enterprise63%
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    Small Business20%
    Midsize Enterprise17%
    Large Enterprise64%
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    MinIO is ranked 2nd in File and Object Storage with 16 reviews while Scality RING8 is ranked 18th in File and Object Storage. MinIO is rated 8.0, while Scality RING8 is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of MinIO writes "Offers good object retrieval performance and scalability; but native monitoring tools don't work above a certain bucket size". On the other hand, MinIO is most compared with Red Hat Ceph Storage, Dell ECS, NetApp StorageGRID, Pure Storage FlashBlade and Cloudian HyperStore, whereas Scality RING8 is most compared with Dell ECS, Red Hat Ceph Storage, Qumulo, Cloudian HyperStore and NetApp StorageGRID.

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