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Thursday, June 2 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Building Frameworks with the New HTTP APIs - Vladimir Vivien, EMC {code}

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Writing Mesos frameworks with the original framework API came with dependencies that made implementations of new client burdensome. If you have attempted to write a framework before the HTTP API you certainly ran into issues like the lack robust documentation, dependency on platform-dependent libmesos library, network communication issues between your cluster members.

Introduced in version 0.24.0, the new HTTP API solves these problems with a simpler HTTP-based protocol for communication between Mesos cluster members. The presentation explores how the HTTP API makes it possible to create robust frameworks using the HTTP library of your favorite language. The session will do a walkthrough of the HTTP endpoint requests to arrive at a fully functioning framework while addressing the implication of using pure JSON or the Protobuf for data encoding.

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Vladimir Vivien

Developer Advocate, EMC {code}
Vladimir Vivien is a Developer Advocate with EMC {code}, a group within EMC that focuses on promoting open source technologies. Vladimir enjoys contributing to open source software and using the Go programming language (as of late). He created an early pure Mesos binding API for Go called Gomes. Prior to EMC {code} Vladimir worked as a Solutions Architect with Pivotal Software’s distributed data products.



Thursday June 2, 2016 11:00am - 11:50am
Chasm Creek