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Monday, April 13
 

10:45am

Using Apache Brooklyn and Docker to Simulate your Production Environments in the Cloud - Andrew Kennedy, Cloudsoft
This talk will show how to use Apache Brooklyn to test and deploy blueprints for your production applications in the Cloud. Using Docker containers instead of virtual machines, Clocker enables testing of a full simulation of your production topology, allowing every aspect of your resilience, failover and scaling policies to be tested thoroughly. We will show how a multi tier, multi network application can be deployed in both a traditional Cloud and the Clocker managed Docker Cloud, using SDN technology to provide a full suite of network choices. Clocker uses Apache jclouds to provide this seamless access to both containers and virtual machines, thanks to its provider agnostic API, and Apache Brooklyn allows complex topologies to be described using industry standard YAML blueprints.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Kennedy

Andrew Kennedy

Distributed Systems Hacker, Cloudsoft
Andrew is a Senior Software Engineer at Cloudsoft and the founder of the Clocker project. He is a contributor to several Open Source projects including jclouds and Qpid and is on the Apache Brooklyn PMC. Areas of interest include Distributed Systems, Virtualisation, Messaging, Information... Read More →


Monday April 13, 2015 10:45am - 11:35am
Texas I

2:00pm

Building Clustered Applications with Kubernetes and Docker - Stephen Watt, Red Hat
Kubernetes is a relatively new Apache Licensed project originating from Google that provides a framework for building clustered applications that run in Docker containers. This talk will begin with an introduction to the Kubernetes project and discuss the architectural principles behind the project. We will then explore how to implement and deploy Kubernetes and then close with walk-throughs of how to build several different kinds of applications using Kubernetes.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Watt

Stephen Watt

Consulting Software Engineer, Red Hat
Steve Watt is a Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat and is a member of the Kubernetes Storage Special Interest Group (SIG). Steve leads Red Hat’s Platform (OpenShift and RHEL Atomic) and Storage (Gluster and Ceph) engineering initiatives for Container Storage.


Monday April 13, 2015 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Texas I

3:00pm

Cracking the Container Scale Problem With Apache Mesos - Connor Doyle, Mesosphere
Containerization is one of the most promising new abstractions to hit the datacenter. Docker in particular has provided great innovation in terms of simple application packaging, isolation of dependencies and deployment to single machines. While building and deployment of containers on services is now much easier, it’s still challenging to run them at scale, on 10,000s of servers. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to build a multi-container application, deploy it, scale it, add health checks and implement service discovery using Apache Mesos and the open source Marathon project.

Speakers
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Connor Doyle

Connor Doyle is a software engineer focused on building tools for developers based on Apache Mesos. At Mesosphere, Connor has contributed significant portions of Marathon, the open source container orchestration tool. When he's not joyfully hacking on open source projects, Connor... Read More →


Monday April 13, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Texas I

4:00pm

Elastic Compute for Batch Platform Using Apache Mesos, Docker - Muralidhar Sortur, Ebay
Batch processing is common in industries for offline data compute. Typically it is bulk-oriented, non-interactive & long running—and is data & computation-intensive.
Batch platform requires business to maintain & operate huge backend infrastructure. While there are hadoop infrastructures, not all batch jobs can be run on hadoop. Compute requirement for batch jobs also varies widely. It is most desirable to have an infrastructure, which is shared, scale on demand, easy to maintain.
We propose an architecture for “Elastic compute for batch platform” using Mesos, Docker, swift object storage & chronos scheduler. We made sure user perception of state-full elastic workload is protected while giving flexibility to the backend infrastructure to isolate compute, storage, environment and monitoring.

Speakers
avatar for Muralidhar Sortur

Muralidhar Sortur

MTS, Ebay
Muralidhar Sortur is Currently working as an Architect in Ebay Inc, for Global Platform Infrastructure. he is leading an effort in building next generation huge scale "Elastic compute batch platform". He is graduated from "Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore", one of the leading... Read More →


Monday April 13, 2015 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Texas I

5:00pm

How to Create a Docker Cloud with Brooklyn, jclouds and clocker - Andrea Turli, Cloudsoft
This talk will show how to create a Docker cloud using Apache Brooklyn, an ASF incubator project that provides autonomic policy based application deployment and management, in combination with Apache jclouds, the multi-cloud toolkit for the JVM to create portable applications across clouds. Clocker is an Apache licensed open source Brooklyn application that combines intelligent placement, on-demand provisioning and autonomic management of Docker containers. Clocker uses Apache jclouds to provision hosts on any supported cloud provider, and creates containers using a jclouds driver which consumes the Docker API. Clocker also extends Docker with SDN integration, using pluggable providers such as Weave. We will show how to use Apache Brooklyn to deploy and manage composite applications across multiple Docker hosts in the cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Turli

Andrea Turli

Senior Engineer, Cloudsoft Corporation
Andrea is a Senior Software Engineer at Cloudsoft. He’s a committer for the Apache jclouds and Apache Brooklyn projects.


Monday April 13, 2015 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Texas I