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Thursday, August 20
 

12:55pm

Mesos - EGO integration: new tools for enterprise cluster management
Our team works on integration of Mesos and IBM Platform EGO technologies. The idea is to provide Mesos users with new capabilities, such as hierarchical resource management, centralized administration, flexible reservation and sharing mechanisms, time-based policies  - and other features required for managing enterprise data centers. The integration is performed by developing a Mesos resource allocator plug-in module, that connects to a Platform EGO system - a technology with years of experience of managing enterprise server clusters in many different industries. In this talk, I'll describe the Platform EGO policy capabilities, and how we bring them to the Mesos ecosystem for plug-in deployment in the new and existing installations.

Presenter
avatar for Khalid Ahmed

Khalid Ahmed

Distinguished Engineer, IBM
Khalid Ahmed is an STSM, Chief Architect of Infrastructure Software at IBM Platform. He works on the design and architecture of large scale grid and cloud computing systems with focus on scheduling, resource, workload and data management. In over 20 years at industry experience he... Read More →

Thursday August 20, 2015 12:55pm - 1:10pm
Grand Ballroom

1:02pm

Melting Snowflakes with microservices-infrastructure
You're building your infrastructure on Mesos, this takes time and talent. You've got the chops, but is your time worth figuring out the integration? Service discovery? Configuration management? Key management? microservices-infrastructure is the known good configuration that will melt snowflake configurations. I will talk about some challenges in integrating all the components we have, and why it's good for you.

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Brian Hicks

Based in St. Louis, Brian Hicks works for Asteris LLC, a consultancy focused on providing support and services for Mesos deployments. He enjoys cats and tweeting about cats.

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:02pm - 1:07pm
Grand Ballroom

1:10pm

Mesos Frameworks and Modules for Routers and Switches to tackle Network Degradation
In order to meet Quality of Service requirements for Distributed applications on server clusters, network devices such as routers and switches have always been monoliths that are statically (over) provisioned.

With evolving support for containers and linux based application hosting on Network devices, we hook up network devices to Mesos and look at the network infrastructure as a source of network resources and telemetry data. This session will introduce QoSon, a distributed network monitoring framework and discuss its use cases with Marathon and SDN.

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Akshat Sharma

Akshat Sharma is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco Systems. He has 6 years of experience in the Networking industry with focus on automation, SDN, Web-scale Service Provider and Datacenter deployments and routing protocols. When he’s not busy architecting DevOps and continuous... Read More →

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:10pm - 1:15pm
Grand Ballroom

1:17pm

Building Docker Images on Mesos with Portainer

 If you're running Apache Mesos & Docker, you're going to need to build Docker images. Portainer is an open source Apache Mesos framework developed at DueDil for remotely building Docker images on a cluster. In this talk Tom will explain how Portainer works, and show how DueDil uses it to build thousands of images for production and CI with zero additional capacity.



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Tom Arnfeld

Tom is a Data Engineer at DueDil, a business information company based in London. He's been working with Apache Mesos for the past 18 months, developing and deploying frameworks and other data-related applications with Mesos and Docker.

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:17pm - 1:22pm
Grand Ballroom

1:25pm

Role Quotas

Quotas provide non-revocable resource guarantees without tying reservations to particular Mesos Agents. Quota is not a limit, but rather a set of resources reserved for a specific role in an entire cluster; it can be viewed as guaranteed allocation for a role. These resources cannot be hijacked by other roles and are guaranteed to be available for the role if there are enough resources in the cluster.



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Alex Rukletsov

Alex Rukletsov is on the Mesosphere core team in Hamburg and focuses on open source Apache Mesos. During past years Alex was segmenting medical images and investigating behaviour of human vessels in several German research institutes. His areas of interests include distributed systems... Read More →

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:25pm - 1:30pm
Grand Ballroom

1:30pm

Ceph on Mesos

The ceph-mesos project is a Apache Mesos framework for scaling a Ceph cluster. The framework has a REST API interface to select the binaries to execute and the framework executors launch Ceph Docker containers on Mesos slaves accordingly.


In conjunction with the development of RGWFS, a HCFS over Ceph, our team is building a Big Data analytics platform on top of Apache Mesos using Ceph as its backend storage. We have developed a Apache Mesos framework to manage a Ceph cluster with all other Big Data related applications. The ceph-mesos framework enables us to deploy Ceph within 10 seconds on a freshly installed 19 node rack since the binaries are launched within a Docker container. We plan to do more testing and share performance test results and usecase scenarios.

Presenter
avatar for Zhidong Yu

Zhidong Yu

Engineering Manager, Intel Corporation

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:30pm - 1:35pm
Grand Ballroom

1:37pm

Centralized logging solution using ELK stack

There are quite a few logging solution for Docker but none of them truly fit Mesos Landscape. There isn't a centralized solution for Mesos logs.

We have developed a logging solution that is self sustainable without having to manage logging infrastructure. Lookup for the logs for any app running under Mesos is extremely fast and highly indexed. It is horizontally scalable and all the components are dockerized and are running under Mesos.



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Imran Shaikh

Imran Shaikh breathes DevOps, embodies it and that is what will ooze out if you cut him. He is a Lead Systems Engineer working at YellowPages. He has an industry experience of 10+ year working with Fortune 500 companies. He has worked extensively developing, architecting and managing... Read More →

Thursday August 20, 2015 1:37pm - 1:42pm
Grand Ballroom