Apache Mesos, Marathon and Docker

Tobi Knaup https://twitter.com/superguenter is in town and is going to talk about Apache Mesos, Marathon and Docker.  

Tobi is the CTO and Co-Founder of Mesosphere, a startup that is building a data center operating system based on Apache Mesos, to support the next generation of large scale distributed applications. 

He was one of the first engineers and engineering leaders at Airbnb. At Airbnb, he wrote large parts of the infrastructure including the search and fraud prediction services. He helped scale the site to millions of users and build a world class engineering team. 

Tobi is the main author of Marathon, an Apache Mesos framework for managing long-running services. 

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  • Danyel L.

    Good talk. It definitely fills a void in the Hadoop services design that covers the current non-Hadoop web server case. I like the way you can use it with or without any Hadoop dependencies like HDFS.

    September 17

  • James D.

    Someone asked about BOINC at the meetup, and I was actually on the BOINC site at the same time (but for a separate, grid-related project) and thinking whether it would make sense for a mesos slave to sometimes adopt what the DataSynapse Grid calls "non-dedicated" behavior: execution, on a desktop/workstation during CPU-idle or UI-idle time, in which the slave would accept relatively short-lived tasks (not necessarily Marathon tasks) and would abort those tasks when a user resumed their personal work on the machine. Not necessarily very useful for long running production services, but perhaps for batch jobs that run overnight or on the weekends?

    September 16

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    September 11

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