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Presentation: "Kubernetes on Top of Mesos on Top of DCOS"

Track: Docker, Friends & Alternatives / Time: Friday 15:50 - 16:40 / Location: Hall 1

Containers, cluster management, microservices, Kubernetes and many other buzzwords are flying around us all the time. Our team is building solutions that make it easy to cope with all the complexity around cluster infrastructure. In this talk we present the project we are working on, namely running Kubernetes on top of the Mesos cluster scheduler. Furthermore we show DCOS which makes it easy to deploy and run Kubernetes with a single command.

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Sergiusz Urbaniak, Software Engineer at Mesosphere

Sergiusz Urbaniak

Biography: Sergiusz Urbaniak

Sergiusz is a Software Engineer at Mesosphere working on the Kubernetes integration in Mesos. Previously has been a software engineer at different companies like ebay and working on distributed backend systems and found a big passion for the Go programming language.

Twitter: @mieszkoman

Stefan Schimanski, Software Engineer at Mesosphere

Stefan Schimanski

Biography: Stefan Schimanski

Stefan is a long-time open source contributor, now working on "Kubernetes on Mesos" as a Distributed Systems Engineer at Mesosphere. Previously, while helping companies to build Apache Mesos based backends as a freelancer, Stefan got into the internals of cluster managers by getting Mesos Marathon ready for production. Before that he was leading the Linux efforts at German Air Traffic Control.

Twitter: @the1stein