Apache Mesos is a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications, or frameworks. It can run Hadoop, Jenkins, Spark, Aurora, and other applications on a dynamically shared pool of nodes.
• Fault-tolerant replicated master using ZooKeeper
• Scalability to 10,000s of nodes
• Isolation between tasks with Linux Containers
• Multi-resource scheduling (memory and CPU aware)
• Java, Python and C++ APIs for developing new parallel applications
• Web UI for viewing cluster state
One way to think about the difference between Mesos and "cloud" solutions is around how they manage their resources. There is a lot of latency when using Hypervisors (which is what cloud environment use). Mesos operates with cgroups at the kernel level giving you the same isolation but faster from a network, and system perspective.
Mesos also abstracts out the scheduling of resources from the management of resources giving you the ability to create any type of scheduler that makes sense for you (or use existing ones) and still get the same kernel benefits. Think of your scheduler as init.d for your data center servers as a whole and Mesos as the kernel of your entire data center and every computing server in it.
Making it easy to build resource-efficient distributed systems
May 26 · 6:00 PM
Zero-downtime deployments using DC/OS and Marathon
6pm-6:30pm - arrive, networking
6:30pm-7:30pm - In this talk, Brenden will discuss techniques for achieving continuous, zero-downtime deployments on Mesosphere's DC/OS... Learn more
April 26 · 6:00 PM
DC/OS in the Modern Datacenter
6:00pm - doors open, mingle, networking
6:30pm - 8:00pm - DC/OS has the ability to run on every private and cloud instance, anywhere and is now open source. In this talk... Learn more
March 29 · 6:00 PM
SMACK Stack 1.1
The streaming and analytics covered will be Akka, Go, Storm (and Storm Topology compatible), Spark, Scalding, SummingBird and maybe some other others too.
6:00-6:30 -... Learn more
March 9 · 6:30 PM
HTTP APIs for frameworks
Join us for a night of HTTP APIs, dinner, and Q&A.
6:30pm: Arrive, eat, network
7:00pm: Vinod Kone - HTTP APIs for frameworks
HTTP APIs for Frameworks
Currently Mesos... Learn more
February 24 · 6:00 PM
An IP for every container, networking and security for Apache Mesos
In this talk, Christopher Liljenstolpe will discuss the benefits of having an intent-centric policy model providing both connectivity and network security services for... Learn more