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Monday, October 13 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Build Scalable Cloud Applications on Google Compute Engine Using Kubernetes and Mesos - Bernd Mathiske, Mesosphere & Nat Welch, Google

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1. Overview how Google builds and scale apps, using containers

2. Kubernetes: an exciting new open source product released by Google that leverages the Docker container management system and Google's knowledge to provide a lightweight, easy-to-use management system for multiple containers. (review of capabilities and features)

3. Mesos: a well-established open-source platform for supporting multiple application frameworks. Mesos can run locally, or on the cloud. (review of capabilities and features)

4. Explain how Kubernetes + Mesos + Google Cloud Platform work together (new)
- how to run it on Google Cloud
- how to run it in a private data center

5. Explain how this supports application portability for a wide range of applications, operational flexibility, and openness, and avoids vendor lock-in.


Bernd Mathiske

Senior Software Architect, Mesosphere
Bernd Mathiske is a Senior Software Architect at Mesosphere and runs Mesosphere’s Hamburg engineering office. Before Mesosphere, Bernd worked at Intel as a Senior VM architect, responsible for strategy and implementation of Dalvik and ART Android VMs. Bernd has been awarded 27 U.S. patents.
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Nat Welch

Staff Site Reliability Engineer, Hillary for America
Nat Welch has been writing software professionally for over a decade. He was an early SRE on Google Compute Engine and at Hillary for America, along with doing full stack engineering for a variety of startups. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Monday October 13, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 15

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