The Linux Foundation Announces Agenda for MesosCon North America
The Linux Foundation | 20 July 2017
SAN FRANCISCO, July 20, 2017 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the program for MesosCon North America, taking place September 13-15 in Los Angeles, CA.
MesosCon North America is an annual conference organized by the Apache Mesos community, bringing together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem. The conference will feature a one-day hackathon followed by two days of sessions focused on the Apache Mesos Core and related technologies.
Session highlights include:
How Yelp.com Runs on Mesos in AWS Spot Fleet for Fun and Profit, Kyle Anderson, Yelp
Distributed Deep Learning on Mesos with GPUs and Gang Scheduling, Min Cai and Alex Sergeev, Uber
DataStax Enterprise on DC/OS – Yes, it’s Possible; Customer Case Studies, Kathryn Erickson and Ravi Yadav, DataStax
Introduction to Multi-tenancy in Mesos, Jay Guo, IBM
Real time event processing and handling stateful applications on Mesos, Balajee Nagarajan and Venkatesh Sivasubramanian, GE Digital
OpenWhisk as a Mesos Framework, Tyson Norris, Adobe
Practical container scheduling: juggling optimizations, guarantees, and trade-offs at Netflix, Sharma Podila, Netflix
Fault tolerant frameworks – making use of CNI without docker, Aaron Wood, Verizon
The full lineup of all MesosCon North America speakers and sessions can be viewed here.
Members of the press who would like to request a complimentary press pass to attend should contact Dan Brown at email@example.com.
MesosCon North America is made possible by Platinum Sponsors Mesosphere and Verizon Labs, and Community Sponsor The Apache Software Foundation, in addition to other sponsors.
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