Videos

Autoscaling Mesos Cluster – Julien Stroheker, Microsoft

2 months ago
Autoscaling Mesos Cluster – Julien Stroheker, Microsoft About Julien Stroheker Hi! I am Julien Stroheker and I am working at Microsoft as a Software Developer Engineer on DevOps. I like talking and sharing about how Dev and Ops can be better together and work as a strong team. From a Ops background profile, I am […]

There and Back Again: How Tunstall Healthcare Built an IoT Platform for Health Monitoring

2 months ago
There and Back Again: How Tunstall Healthcare Built an IoT Platform for Health Monitoring Using Mesos Cluster on Azure – Fredrik Lindner, Tunstall Nordic AB When designing a platform for collecting wellbeing and health telemetry data, Tunstall decided to use mesos as the backbone service orchestration tool. In this talk Fredrik Lindner from the Tunstall […]

mesos2iam: IAM Credentials for Containers Running Inside a Mesos Cluster – Zain Malik

2 months ago
mesos2iam: IAM Credentials for Containers Running Inside a Mesos Cluster – Zain Malik, Schibsted Media Group IAM instance profiles are used to limit access to AWS resources by an instance. In this presentation, Zain Malik will show you how to use IAM profile with Mesos tasks. Right now the alternative is to use same IAM […]

Doing Real DevOps with DC/OS – Julien Stroheker, Microsoft

2 months ago
Doing Real DevOps with DC/OS – Julien Stroheker, Microsoft This presentation will be mainly demo, no slides. We will go through a real case scenario application, hosted on Azure Container Services (ACS) using DC/OS and Docker. We will go through the CI and CD first and then show how you can do smooth deployments on […]

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

3 months ago
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, […]

Monitoring Mesos with InfluxDB & the TICK Stack

3 months ago
Monitoring Mesos with InfluxDB & the TICK Stack – Paul Dix, InfluxData & Tehmasp Chaudhri, Oracle Data Cloud In this presentation, Paul Dix will introduce the open source TICK stack, a complete solution for monitoring infrastructure, applications, network, and services. Based on InfluxDB, the open source time series database, the other components of the stack […]

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

3 months ago
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

3 months ago
“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…

3 months ago
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 –

3 months ago
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

3 months ago
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

3 months ago
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 […]