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Let's talk Storage... with Infinit and ClusterHQ

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    50.828571 4.401726

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    The elephant in the room... persisting data with Docker containers. By now, people are getting familiar with stateless services in Docker, but having something stateful in Docker is still a tough challenge.

    The Infinit Storage Platform, by Julien Quintard (CEO of Infinit)

    Providing state to applications in Docker requires a backend storage component that is both scalable and resilient in order to cope with a variety of use cases and failure scenarios. The Infinit Storage Platform has been designed to provide Docker applications with a set of interfaces (block, file and object) allowing for different tradeoffs. This talk will go through the design principles behind Infinit and demonstrate how the platform can be used to deploy a storage infrastructure through Docker containers in a few command lines.

    Julien Quintard is the CEO of Infinit. Prior to Infinit, he was a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, researching the possibility to rely on millions of untrustworthy computers (Byzantine fault tolerance) to provide a reliable storage service (POSIX-compliant file system) in a completely decentralized way (peer-to-peer).

    FlockerHub and Fli, by Richard Wall (Programmer at ClusterHQ)

    Richard Wall will be talking about FlockerHub and Fli, two new products from ClusterHQ, which let you push and pull data volumes between Docker environments. 

    Richard is a programmer at ClusterHQ working on Flocker, an open-source data volume manager for Dockerized applications. Richard is a core contributor to the TwistedMatrix project - an asynchronous networking framework written in Python.

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