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Thursday, June 2 • 11:00am - 11:50am
It’s Complicated, Okay (or Let’s Talk Openly about Apache Mesos’ OSS Neighbors, Friends and Rivals) - Aaron Williams, Mesosphere

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Mesos is never the only OSS you need to run your production datacenter. And just like all of us hanging out together at MesosCon, if you surround Mesos with its OSS friends, you get a happy, highly productive Mesos. But you have to be careful, not all OSS plays well with others.

In this talk, we’ll start by looking at a handful of production Mesos datacenters from major users. We’ll use these real-world examples to abstract a standard Mesos datacenter architecture that contains all of the components needed to run today’s modern, containerized apps with big data and analytics frameworks.

With that harmonized Mesos datacenter architecture, we’ll look at each of the abstract components and discuss the leading OSS projects that fit each piece. We’ll discuss the characteristics of what makes some solutions work well with Mesos, and call out the projects that don’t meet the standard.

We’ll wrap up the talk by showing the complete architecture diagram, and show the single- command trick for bringing all of the best OSS components together and getting them up and running in a production cluster.

Speakers
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Aaron Williams

VP Global Community, Mesosphere
Aaron Williams is VP, Global Community at Mesosphere, where he’s responsible for driving adoption of the Datacenter Operating System (DC/OS) with developers, and managing the open source project and community. Aaron also represents Mesosphere and the DC/OS community on the CNCF Governing Board. Prior to Mesosphere, Aaron spent 5 years running the Java Community Process at Sun Microsystems, and another 5 years as VP of ecosystem programs at SAP... Read More →


Thursday June 2, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am
Grand Mesa F