Videos

Astronomer’s Journey from Cloud Lock-in to OSS Independence

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Astronomer’s Journey from Cloud Lock-in to OSS Independence – Aaron Brongersma, Astronomer Astronomer is a data engineering platform that collects, processes and unifies users’ data so that they can get straight to analytics and data science. Initially, Astronomer built their pipeline out of AWS-managed services. But, when they ran into the limitations of these services, […]

Using External Persistent Volumes to Reduce Recovery Times and Achieve High Availability on DC/OS

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Using External Persistent Volumes to Reduce Recovery Times and Achieve High Availability on DC/OS – Dinesh Israni, Portworx Inc. Most modern distributed applications like Cassandra and HDFS provide replication of data across nodes and failure zones to be able to deal with failures. But the time taken to recover to a pre-failure level of redundancy […]

Packet, Qualcomm, & Mesos: A Window into the Development of the Armv8 Ecosystem

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“One Ring to Bind Them” – Packet, Qualcomm, & Mesos: A Window into the Development of the Armv8 Ecosystem – Ed Vielmetti, Packet New,​ ​innovative hardware​ ​brings​ ​with​ ​it​ ​the​ opportunity for architectural disruption as well as the ​challenge of how to effectively tap into a vast existing ecosystem of software. Cloud native technologies like […]

Simulating Our Apache Mesos Framework for Fun and Profit and…

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Simulating Our Apache Mesos Framework for Fun and Profit and… – Wil Yegelwel, TwoSigma At Two Sigma, we use Cook, our open source batch scheduling mesos framework, to run millions of compute-hours of work for hundreds of users every day. This year, we are working on changing the scheduler optimization algorithm, but we want some […]

Practical Container Scheduling: Juggling Optimizations, Guarantees, and Trade-Offs at Netflix –

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Practical Container Scheduling: Juggling Optimizations, Guarantees, and Trade-Offs at Netflix – Sharma Podila, Netflix Assigning resources from distributed clusters to containers from disparate use cases can be tricky. It becomes even more so in practice when combining multiple scheduling objectives and constraints such as bin packing, task locality, and capacity guarantees, among others. Containers are […]

Doing “DropBox” the Cloud Native Way

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Doing “DropBox” the Cloud Native Way – Jorg Schad, Mesosphere Cloud Native architecture has slowly become the default way to build robust, scalable applications. How would you rebuild a large scale storage service such as Dropbox (please note Dropbox is just an example here and we have no plans of actually competing with Dropbox), using […]

OpenWhisk as an Apache Mesos Framework

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OpenWhisk as an Apache Mesos Framework – Tyson Norris & Dragos Dascalita Haut, Adobe Systems, Inc. OpenWhisk is quickly gaining momentum as a serverless platform, where function developers can deploy their executable code (or even docker containers), without having to manage builds or servers or monitoring or all the things required to host a conventional […]

8 Tips for Marathon Performance

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8 Tips for Marathon Performance – Tomasz Janiszewski, Allegro Mesosphere Marathon is a Mesos scheduler that can handle huge production installation. In this presentation, I will present 8 tips that improves Marathon performance and prevents outages. Each tip will have summary with information when and how it can decrease performance and how to avoid the […]

Automated Performance Tuning with Bayesian Optimization

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Automated Performance Tuning with Bayesian Optimization – Joshua Cohen & Ramki Ramakrishna, Twitter Managing resource utilization is one of the hardest aspects of operating Twitter’s Mesos clusters. As the number of services grows and their resource shapes diversify, the bin packing problem becomes increasingly difficult. Tuning for optimal performance would reduce resource usage, and ease […]

Fault Tolerant Frameworks – Making Use of CNI Without Docker

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Fault Tolerant Frameworks – Making Use of CNI Without Docker – Aaron Wood & Tim Hansen, Verizon While most people use Docker for their containerization efforts, it is in no way a requirement for Mesos frameworks. This presentation will cover how Verizon built their own highly available, performant framework utilizing the universal containerizer and the […]

Multi-Tenancy in Apache Mesos

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Multi-Tenancy in Apache Mesos – Ben Mahler, Mesosphere & Jay Guo, IBM This talk will provide an overview of multi-tenancy in Apache Mesos, including recent work that was done to enable multi-tenant frameworks (with multi-role framework support and support for hierarchical roles). Topics include multi-tenant resource management, isolation, security, and other multi-tenancy concerns. This talk […]

Expanding Mesos Ecosystems: Enabling Mesos on Windows

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Expanding Mesos Ecosystems: Enabling Mesos on Windows – Andy Schwartzmeyer & Jeff Coffler, Microsoft Microsoft has worked closely with Mesos and DC/OS communities to support customer workloads on Windows by expanding Mesos Ecosystem. In this presentation, we will review some of our work and learnings, then focus on the enhancement on CMake build system providing […]