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Tuesday, November 10 • 1:20pm - 1:40pm
Hoverboards, Jetpacks, Clusters and Flux Capacitors

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In this talk, Connor and Niklas will talk about their thoughts on the next decade of cluster computing. They have worked on Apache Mesos, Kubernetes and Mesos Frameworks; from design of subsystems to tooling and operationalizing at scale.  They will discuss past, present and future trends in public and private cloud computing and unique opportunities for the cluster computing communities.  By the end of the talk, they hope you will leave with a fresh perspective on scheduling and orchestration, at a deeper level than "Mesos vs. Kubernetes vs. Omega vs. Borg …"

Speakers
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Connor Doyle

Distributed Systems Engineer, Intel
Connor is a member of Intel’s newly formed scheduling and orchestration group.  He has contributed to Apache Mesos and many frameworks and tools for Apache Mesos during his previous tenure as an early member of the engineering team at Mesosphere.  His academic projects included distributed simulators and DSLs for multi-agent learning research.
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Niklas Quarfot Nielsen

Distributed Systems Lead Architect, Intel
Niklas is an Apache Mesos committer and PMC and has worked with cluster scheduling at Mesosphere and now in a new scheduling and orchestration team at Intel. Prior to his work at Intel and Mesosphere, Niklas worked with language runtimes and dynamic compilers at Adobe and developed super computer debuggers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.


Tuesday November 10, 2015 1:20pm - 1:40pm
Palace Hotel - Ralston Ballroom 2 New Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94105

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