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Monday, June 20 • 5:20pm - 6:05pm
Ecosystem Talks by Apcera and Chef
Ecosystem Talk 1.
Moving Legacy Applications to Docker by Apcera 

Looking to move your application to run in a container? Need to move existing x86 legacy applications to Docker? Let's break down your fundamental application concerns. This includes persistent storage, networking, configuration management, policy, logging, health monitoring, and service discovery. You won't want to miss this talk.

Ecosystem Talk 2.
Orchestration? You Don't Need Orchestration. What You Want Is Choreography by Chef

The topic of orchestration comes up a lot when discussing applications. We will cover:

  • How the word "orchestration" has been used to mean so many different things that it is a meaningless term now for shared understanding

  • What I think people actually mean when they say they want orchestration (ordered execution of operations across a fleet)

  • Why this model of thinking is incompatible with the autonomous actor model

  • How we could build systems that get us the outcomes of orchestration without needing to build it explicitly.

  • How this is particularly pertinent in an era of containerization and microservices.





Speakers
avatar for Julian Dunn

Julian Dunn

Product Manager, Chef
Julian is a product manager at Chef & started his career at the company in professional services. His first experience with Chef was at SecondMarket, a New-York based alternative markets startup. He has fifteen years of systems administration & software development experience at outfits large and small across such diverse sectors as advertising, broadcasting, Internet security and construction. When he's not helping customers, he enjoys... Read More →
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Josh Ellithorpe

Software Architect, Apcera
Josh is a Chicago native who began his career in the late nineties working in all aspects of the tech stack. As an open-source advocate, he released his first open-source project, throttled, in 2001. Specializing in Ruby development, Josh has worked on some of the biggest emerging social applications for companies like Facebook and Involver. He joined the Apcera team to revisit his networking roots and revolutionize the cloud. | | Josh tweets at... Read More →


Monday June 20, 2016 5:20pm - 6:05pm
Rooms 615 - 617