September 13 -14, 2017 - Los Angeles, CA
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Thursday, September 14 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
My Application is Ready for Production... Now What? - Gastón Kleiman, Johannes Unterstein, Kevin Klues, & Philip Norman, Mesosphere (limited spots, pre-registration suggested)

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We'll explore the options offered by Mesos, Marathon, and DC/OS to try to answer all these questions and more:
  • How do I deploy my application on a Mesos cluster? 
  • How can I monitor my application and make sure that everything stays running happily?
  • How can I monitor the underlying infrastructure? 
  • Help! Something strange is going on with my tasks! How do I debug them? 
  • Uhm, my tasks are now spread across my entire cluster… how do I deal with all the logs?
  • Wait, how do my services know how to talk to one another? 
  • How can I prevent downtime during deployments?

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For all University sessions, attendees will be asked to bring a laptop with the ability to ssh into a Linux machine.

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Gastón Kleiman

Staff Software Engineer, Mesosphere
Gastón Kleiman, Apache Mesos PMC/Committer, is a Staff Software Engineer at Mesosphere. He fell in love with distributed systems and infrastructure automation while contracting for Google, where he got to use Borg, MapReduce and other cool technology. That led him to work at Amazon... Read More →
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Kevin Klues

Distinguished Engineer, NVIDIA
Kevin Klues is a distinguished engineer on the NVIDIA Cloud Native team. Kevin has been involved in the design and implementation of a number of Kubernetes technologies, including the Topology Manager, the Kubernetes stack for Multi-Instance GPUs, and Dynamic Resource Allocation (DRA... Read More →
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Philip Norman

Senior Software Engineer, Mesosphere
Originally from London, Philip worked in Germany before moving to San Francisco. He leads the observability team at Mesosphere and is passionate about metrics, monitoring, and open source software. He likes to ride bikes.
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Johannes Unterstein

Graphs, containers and fun, Neo4j
Johannes is doing things with containers and graphs, check it out: https://neo4j.com/cloud/

Thursday September 14, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm PDT
Diamond Salon 7