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Tuesday, April 14 • 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Best Practices for Virtual Appliances: Creating Integrated Environments For Users and Developers - Sean Mackrory, Cloudera

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Many software projects suffer from a lack of a good “Quick Start” environment. Complex systems can have obstacles such as obscure dependencies and error-prone procedures. Distributing a portable reference environment solves this problem for users and developers alike but it is not without pitfalls. The presentation will cover best-practices for creating a VM, live CD, Docker app or cloud deployment that will be reliable, lean, and most importantly, useful. Such a platform is ideal for demos, tutorials, testing, and more. Segments include:

* Uses for virtual appliances
* Recommended tools
* Nuances of common hypervisors
* Network configuration pitfalls
* Minimizing disk space & memory requirements
* And many other tips

Speakers
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Sean Mackrory

Software Engineer, Cloudera
Sean Mackrory is a PMC member on Apache Bigtop, a PPMC member on Apache Sentry (incubating), and a software engineer at Cloudera. He’s created and maintained virtual appliances in connection with Apache Bigtop as well with Cloudera, and is currently working on Cloudera Live and the QuickStart VM: virtual environments for training and testing on Hadoop. He has previously spoken at ApacheCon NA 2014, events held by Big Data Utah and the NorCal... Read More →


Tuesday April 14, 2015 5:20pm - 6:10pm
Texas III

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