Refreshments and sandwiches from 18:00.
We've all heard of containers - they have existed in many forms for decades. Some of us might have even spun up a few. Containers are one way to enable developers to "push to live" as leanly as possible.
In practice and production, building systems with containers presents a new set of issues and problems to solve, such as container-based platforms coping without dedicated operations teams? Or simply deploying a stateful service in a reliable, effective manner? Container 2.0 dives into these matters.
- What are containers
- Creating a simple Java container
- Why you may need a container platform
- Production concerns that need addressing
(e.g. logging, metrics, secrets management, container sizing, storage)
- 'Container 2.0' through the use of Mesos frameworks
- What basic Mesos primitives are offered and how it can operate on any tin
- Walk through existing Mesos frameworks, and what they attempt to do
(e.g. https://github.com/mesos phere/dcos-cassandra-service/b lob/master/docs/index.md)
- Small walkthrough of existing libraries that help interact with Mesos
About the Presenter
Tony Das is a technical lead and hands-on solutions architect, who puts engineering at the core of everything he does. His customers include Amido, EasyJet, MyOffers, Clusta and Next. He recently delivered one of the first production-grade platforms based on Mesosphere, Azure Container Service and Docker, centred around Java 8, gRPC, Spring Boot and AMPQ to release a set of strategic business applications.