Apache Mesos Clusters – Part 2

Building Mesosphere & Apache Mesos into BDE: After playing with Mesosphere in AWS for the week, getting familiar with the packages and the deployment process, the real work has begun — getting the Mesosphere stack (Apache Mesos, Apache Zookeeper,  Mesosphere Marathon, Chronos and HAProxy) deployed through VMware Big Data Extensions. Fortunately, BDE v2.1 has some example JSON cluster definition files that […]

Apache Mesos Clusters – Part 1

I watched a webinar today from Ken Sipe (@kensipe) from Mesosphere on Mesos, Marathon and Chronos. The topics covered included how Mesos works, configuring and standup of a Mesos cluster in various public cloud offerings. If you are unfamiliar with Mesos, I would direct you to Mesosphere and the Apache Mesos Project. The basic explanation of from the Apache Mesos Project […]

VCP5-DCV and VMworld EMEA Preparations

It’s been very quiet around here since VMworld US ended a little over one month ago. I have had my head down studying for my VCP5-DCV exam — which I am taking on Wednesday. The rest of my spare time has been consumed getting ready for VMworld EMEA in Barcelona, Spain. I took the feedback received after VMworld US and […]

VMworld 2014 US Wrap-up

The conference was completed just over two weeks ago, and since then I’ve had the opportunity to go through my notes, think about the sessions I attended and summarize what insight I gained while there. The biggest takeaway I had for VMworld 2014 compared to last year revolved around lessons learned in 2013 were applied in 2014. The key insight […]

VMworld 2014 Day 2

Yesterday was another great day in San Francisco and VMworld 2014. The big takeaway I had revolved around Docker and VMware integration. There is a great article over on the Office of the CTO blog regarding this exact topic. Two key takeaways the CEO of Docker said during his portion (paraphrased): Use VMs for security and consistency and use Docker for […]

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