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Tuesday, June 21 • 3:10pm - 3:55pm
Break: Ecosystem Expo & Community Theater
Community Theater:

Docker and IoT securing the server-room with realtime microservices by Alex Ellis

In this hack, we secure the data-center through a scaleable network of real-time sensors and microservices running Docker. Each rack in the server-room is filled with thousands of terabytes of priceless customer data, IoT lets us keep one step ahead and keep that data safe. The cluster deploys a set of smart sensors running the Docker Swarm agent to the rack panels.

Each sensor constantly samples the ambient temperature of the rack and sends a real-time alarm to the control room when levels rise above normal levels. An anti-tamper motion sensor picks up tiny vibrations and alerts the admins when someone is performing unscheduled maintenance on the equipment. A custom made RGB LED display made by Pimoroni for Dockercon shows the status of up to 8 racks in real-time.

2. Sports, Data and Docker by Daniel Willis 

Hi my name is Daniel Willis and I am a 13 year old student. I want to tell you a story of how I turned my love of sports into a love of data science which eventually lead me to Docker. With the help of my dad I started learning R and statistics around baseball data. Then I learned how to use Docker to create images that not only used a lot of different tools and packages I needed, but also allowed me to store a hundred years worth of baseball statistics into one Docker image. If you follow my instructions during the presentation you will be able to win any argument about your favorite baseball hero in less than 5 minutes. For example, with one “docker run” command I will prove statistically that Mariano Rivera from the NY Yankees, is the greatest relief pitcher who ever lived. 

 


Speakers
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Alex Ellis

Sr. Software Engineer, ADP
Alex is a Senior Software Engineer with expertise in the full Microsoft .NET stack, Node.js and Ruby. He enjoys making robots and IoT-connected projects with Linux and the Raspberry PI microcomputer. He is a writer for Linux User and Developer magazine and also produces tutorials on Docker, coding and IoT for his tech blog at alexellis.io.
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Daniel Willis

student, Durham Middle School
Daniel Willis is a 13 year old student who started learning program when he was 11 years old. He has learned how to program in R to use baseball statistics for fun and learning. He also has learned how to use Docker and currently is playing with Dockercraft.  | | Daniels tweets at Gliderboy380


Tuesday June 21, 2016 3:10pm - 3:55pm
Washington State Convention Center 800 Convention Pl, Seattle, WA 98101

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