Apache Mesos is the data center management system that's running everything from Siri to eBay, to CERN and a host of other technologies.The Linux Foundation will host MesosCon, a conference about Apache Mesos, at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center on June 1-2.
The conference is focussed on users and developers and is hosted to share and learn about the project, which was originally developed at the University of California Berkeley. Sessions over the two-day conference will focus on the Mesos core, the ecosystem that's developed around the project and related technologies.
This year's keynote speakers include Dr. Ken Birman, professor of computer science at Cornell University, and Matei Zaharia, CTO of Databricks, creator of Apache Spark and assistant professor of computer science at MIT. In all the conference will have more than 50 sessions and will feature talks from representatives from Netflix, Uber and Twitter.
Birman's keynote will focus on why the Internet of Things has been hard to integrate with cloud computing. "I'll start by describing work Cornell has done over the past few years on creating a cloud platform to host 'smart power grid' applications," Birman says. In this pursuit the school has developed new rack-scale management solutions for round the clock applications, real-time storage solutions and replication of information with ultra-fast updates -- all of which is open-source.
The conference will include an evening reception, sponsor technical showcase and a hackathon sponsored by Cisco. The prize and focus of the hackathon have yet to be named. The Linux Foundation is enabling mass innovation through open source software. The full schedule of sessions can be viewed here.
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