News | April 15, 2015
To know more about Elastic Analytics with Spark, Mesos and Docker sign up to the next London Mesos User Group Meetup, scheduled for Thursday, 30 April. Space is limited, so an early registration is advised.
Analytics must be a base feature of your datacenter or cloud strategy, with the ability to expand elastically based on your business needs. Achieving truly elastic analytics for your business is now easier than ever with Chronos, Spark, and Storm on Apache Mesos and the Mesosphere Datacenter Operating System (DCOS). In this talk, Brenden Matthews will discuss how he provided elastic analytics at Airbnb and how the Mesosphere DCOS can easily bring the same type of infrastructure to your own environments. Brenden will host a live demo, showing how to run analytics with Chronos, Spark, and Storm on Mesos, using Docker and HDFS on the Mesosphere DCOS. He will show how the DCOS can greatly simplify elastic operations, including cluster provisioning, resizing, and service management.
Brenden Matthews is a Systems Architect on the customer happiness team at Mesosphere. He ensures technical goals are aligned with customer needs. Previously, he was a software engineer at Airbnb, running Airbnb’s analytics stack. He is an Apache Mesos contributor, the primary maintainer for Chronos, Storm, and Hadoop on Mesos, and has contributed to related frameworks such as Spark and Marathon. He has given talks about Mesos at QCon, MesosCon, Twitter, and Ericsson.
This event is organised by OpenCredo in partnership with Trifork.