September 13 -14, 2017 - Los Angeles, CA
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Thursday, September 14 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Building Your First Stateful DC/OS Service - Ben Wood, Mesosphere (limited spots, pre-registration suggested)

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Apache Mesos and DC/OS are powerful orchestration tools. But, building stateful application on top of DC/OS requires understanding Apache Mesos primitives and DC/OS components, and writing complex scheduler code.

From a bird’s eye view, most stateful systems look similar. Apache Kafka, Apache Cassandra, and other stateful systems have their own concerns, but they all need to provision storage, scale capacity, be discoverable by clients, be manageable by operators, and be resilient to failure (which is complicated for databases).

In this talk, Ben will demonstrate by example how the DC/OS SDK enables you to build stateful applications which satisfy these common requirements. Particular attention will be paid to how the abstractions of the DC/OS SDK free developers from focusing on interfacing with Apache Mesos and DC/OS and instead concentrate on building a robust stateful service.

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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.


Ben Wood

Ben is a software engineer on the DC/OS SDK team at Mesosphere. Prior to Mesosphere, Ben was a software and infrastructure engineer at Autodesk. He has also been an engineer and technical owner of distributed performance measurement systems at Neumob and SOASTA.

Thursday September 14, 2017 4:00pm - 5:30pm PDT
Diamond Salon 7