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Thursday, August 20 • 2:50pm - 3:30pm
Supporting Stateful Services on Mesos using Persistence Primitives - Jie Yu, Twitter & Michael Park, Mesosphere

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This talk will discuss the persistence primitives recently built into Mesos. Persistent primitives provide native support for running stateful services like Cassandra and MySQL in Mesos, which makes it possible for us to further consolidate workloads in the data center and improve overall cluster utilization. The goal of persistent primitives is to allow a framework to have guaranteed access to its lost state even after task failover or slave restart. To achieve that, we first discuss a primitive that allows tasks to write persistent data which won’t be garbage collected after tasks finish. Then, we discuss the primitive that allows frameworks to dynamically reserve resources for their stateful tasks upon launching so that the stateful tasks can always be re-launched on the same slave that contains their persisted state.

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Michael Park

Distributed Systems Engineer, Mesosphere
I’m a committer for the Apache Mesos project, and work as a Distributed Systems Engineer at Mesosphere. Within the realm of computer science, I’m very much intrigued by language design, compiler construction, and distributed systems. I’m also an active member of the ISO C++ Standards Committee.

Jie Yu

Software Engineer, Mesosphere
Jie Yu is a Software Engineer at Mesosphere, Inc, focused on Mesos development. He has worked on several key components in Mesos including containerization, persistence primitives and replicated logs. Before joining Mesosphere, he was a software engineer at Twitter. Jie obtained his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan where he conducted research for concurrent and event-driven systems.

Thursday August 20, 2015 2:50pm - 3:30pm

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