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#GlueCon 2014 Notes: Managing Containers at Scale on Google Compute Engines – Joe Beda, Google

Managing Containers at Scale on Google Compute Engines – Joe Beda, Google Everything at Google runs in a container (KVM-based) Google starts over 2 billion containers per week (3k per sec) not counting long-running containers – value obtained via Dremel Let Me Contain That For You (LMCTFY): http:/github/google/lmctfy – replacement for LXC, integrating with Docker […]

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#GlueCon 2014 Notes: VPC Migration: Flying Blind on a Rocket Cycle – Matthew Boeckman, Craftsy

VPC Migration: Flying Blind on a Rocket Cycle – Matthew Boeckman, Craftsy “VPC is mature network topology for AWS” Network ACL’s allow for true edge blocking Instances can be members of multiple security groups and can be added/removed as desired post-launch (classic cannot do this) Site-to-Site VPN connectiviy enables extension of your network to AWS […]

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#GlueCon 2014 Keynote: The Case for Application Driven Cloud Computing – Adam Davis, Chief Architect, Cloud Computing, Citi

Keynote: The Case for Application Driven Cloud Computing – Adam Davis, Chief Architect, Cloud Computing, Citi When Adam started out in the industry, dev and ops had no separation Eventually silos, processes, and standards created the separation Henry Ford widely regarded as the one that perfected (not invented) the assembly line Heavy standardization and limited […]

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#GlueCon 2014 Notes: Salter: Using Go to provision Saltstack clusters on AWS – Dave Smith, Orchestrate

(Notes by @tomkane) Salter: Using Go to provision Saltstack clusters on AWS – Dave Smith, Orchestrate Using fanout.io for PubSub. Love Salt. SaltCloud didn’t exist yet, so… History Gen0: Ruby (agh!) Gen1: Python (better…) Gen2: Golang app (best!) Benefit: Single binary What’s it do? Construct reproducible cluster from spec Bootstrap salt master + minions into cluster […]

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#GlueCon 2014 Notes: DevOps vs. the Enterprise: What We Can Learn from Mainframe Developers – Mike Baukes, ScriptRock

(Notes by @tomkane) DevOps vs. the Enterprise: What We Can Learn from Mainframe Developers – Mike Baukes, ScriptRock “Going big & screwing up on DevOps implementations” What is a “DevOps implementation”? No one knows. But that doesn’t stop people from using that term. DevOps is not like this: http://www.scriptrock.com/devops-in-a-box Case Study High frequency trading company […]

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#GlueCon 2014: Keynote: The Parallel Universes of DevOps and Cloud Developers – Donnie Berkholz, RedMonk

Keynote: The Parallel Universes of DevOps and Cloud Developers – Donnie Berkholz, RedMonk Background as a drug discovery scientist Most attendees of DevOps conferences are ops, not developers Other conferences have lots of developers, fewer ops The result is a community failing to communicate and are often silo’ed out DevOps is: 1. Cultural – people, […]

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#GlueCon 2014: Keynote: Containers all the way down – Solomon Hykes, Docker

Keynote: Containers all the way down: a blueprint for upgrading the Internet – Solomon Hykes, Docker The applications we are building due to the new requirements don’t fit any of the development platforms available today We end up cobbling together pre-existing tools that weren’t designed to fit together, which requires glue code and additional tools […]

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#DefragCon 2013: Programming with Personal Clouds: A Post-Web Architecture — Phil Windley, Kynetx

Programming with Personal Clouds: A Post-Web Architecture – Phil Windley, Kynetx Personal cloud made up of a constellation of persistent computational objects – picos Picos have identity, storage, open-event network, processing, event channels, and APIs “Mirror Worlds” – David Gelernter – sounds like today, written in 1993 Clouds should center around objects and people Any […]

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#DefragCon 2013 Notes: The Sands of Time: How Cloud is Changing the Role of the CIO — Rod Smith, IBM

The Sands of Time: How Cloud is Changing the Role of the CIO – Rod Smith, IBM LoBs want apps “built and deployed in less than 6 days” Looking for business value first, IT integration second This means working closer with CMOs, CHROs, etc IT using open source, “born on the web” technologies to deliver […]

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#DefragCon 2013 Notes: Software is Eating the Datacenter – Anjan Srinivas, Nutanix

Software is Eating the Datacenter – Anjan Srinivas, Nutanix Emerging trends 1. Taiwan – x86 servers going the laptop way, mass produced 2. Consolidation 2.0 – programmable data centers via virtualization 3. Server-side Flash – TBs of solid-state on servers 4. Amazon – utility consumption is dictating how services will be delivered and the user […]

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