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Containers & Data at Scale with Apache Mesos & Mesosphere DC/OS

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  • Location TBA - Somewhere in Miami, FL
  • You’re invited to join us for a discussion with Benjamin Hindman , Co-Founder of Mesosphere & Co-Creator of the Apache Mesos platform.  Ben will share his experiences at Twitter, the role of open source in next gen platforms, and the latest in container platforms. If you are using or considering platforms and frameworks such as Docker, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, Cassandra, Kafka, or Spark (to name a few) - Ben will walk us through approaches to running these platforms and frameworks efficiently together on standardized cloud infrastructure.  

    Ben started working on Mesos as a PhD student at Berkeley before he brought it to Twitter where it runs on thousands of machines. Mesos is also being used at AirBnB, Verizon, Apple Siri, and is the core technology behind Azure Container Services (ACS). 

    Additionally we will have an open round-table discussion on the challenges and opportunities we see related to containers and data persistence. 

    Some great videos to watch from Ben..


    Container 2.0

    It’s time to advance the discussion about what’s possible with containers. We need to move past all the Container 1.0 talk about how containers can revolutionize application development, and begin to focus on what comes next. Specifically, we need to focus on the game-changing benefits that containers will bring to how large enterprises manage their applications, as well as the datacenters and the clouds that power them.

    Container 1.0 brought us a long way. It made it so developers can package their binaries in a universal format (e.g., Docker or appc). Container 1.0 also made it possible to deploy stateless binaries to almost any server or cloud instance, and even coordinate containers with lightweight orchestration. However, while Container 1.0 is a useful conversation starter and a great way to get people interested in building with containers, it’s actually of limited utility. Let’s talk Container 2.0

    At its simplest, Container 2.0 is the ability to run (and orchestrate) both stateless and stateful services on the same set of resources. This is how modern applications should be built and operated if we want to use them to their full potential for curing diseases, solving business problems or delivering the next great consumer experience. If we can’t finally—and completely—knock down the siloes between applications and infrastructure, then the core components of modern applications—efficient code deployment on containers and powerful data processing and analytics—will only be as good as the networks between them.

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  • chad f.

    If you need help finding a place here in Miami.. LMK...c

    1 · January 9

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