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Monday, June 20 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Curated Birds-Of-A-Feather
1. Building a Docker Swarm cluster on ARM by Dieter Reuter and Stefan Scherer 

In this training you'll learn how to build a physical Docker Swarm cluster with Raspberry Pi's. We'll guide you through the setup process and you’ll learn how to use Docker and Docker Swarm to complete the cluster. You'll learn how to build and deploy a distributed application and ship it as Docker containers to your cluster. In the end you have built a portable datacenter which can be used for testing and live demos as well.
 - building a hardware cluster with Raspberry Pi’s
 - install and set up HypriotOS, a Debian-based Linux system
 - installing Docker and Docker Swarm to connect all cluster nodes
 - build a distributed application, the Docker voting app
 - ship the app with Docker Compose to your cluster
 - let’s run and test your app

2. Docker in Open Science Data Analysis Challenges by Bruce Hoff

Typically in predictive data analysis challenges, participants are provided a dataset and asked to make predictions. Participants include with their prediction the scripts/code used to produce it. Challenge administrators validate the winning model by reconstructing and running the source code.

Often data cannot be provided to participants directly, e.g. due to data sensitivity (data may be from living human subjects) or data size (tens of terabytes). Further, predictions must be reproducible from the code provided by particpants. Containerization is an excellent solution to these problems: Rather than providing the data to the participants, we ask the participants to provided a Dockerized "trainable" model. We run the both the training and validation phases of machine learning and guarantee reproducibility 'for free'.

We use the Docker tool suite to spin up and run servers in the cloud to process the queue of submitted containers, each essentially a batch job. This fleet can be scaled to match the level of activity in the challenge. We have used Docker successfully in our 2015 ALS Stratification Challenge and our 2015 Somatic Mutation Calling Tumour Heterogeneity (SMC-HET) Challenge, and are starting an implementation for our 2016 Digitial Mammography Challenge.

3. How to Successfully Build a Local Docker Community by Mathias Renner

A community is one of the key components of an open source software project. The success of an open source project like Docker is highly dependent on a large and active community. The speakers will share their experience of how to successfully build a local community by the example of how they raised a Docker community at their University (Univ. of Bamberg, Germany). They summon their best practices as a result of the mistakes they made, illustrated by story telling.

This is a talk from me as a student, which is an underrepresented group at DockerCon.

4. Meet the Docker Captains! with Alex Ellis, Laura Frank and Nirmal Mehta

The Docker Captains are here to help you cross the oceans of application packaging! 

During this interactive session, members of the Docker Captain program will discuss their Docker journey along with how they became industry-recognized Docker experts. Alex, Laura and Nirmal will share their experiences as Docker Captains and provide recommendations on how to become more involved with your local community.

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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Laura Frank

Senior Software Engineer, Codeship
Laura Frank is an engineer who creates tools to make development processes simpler. She started coding after receiving a hand-me-down DOS system and has been lost in the code mines ever since. She is currently a software engineer at Codeship. | | Laura tweets at @rhein_wein
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Bruce Hoff

Principal Software Engineer, Sage Bionetworks
Bruce Hoff has spent the last six years at Sage Bionetworks, a Seattle non-profit working to promote data sharing and transparency in disease research. For the past four of those years he has been developing software tools to support open data analysis challenges on the Synapse platform (www.synapse.org). He has worked in a variety of areas involving genomics, software engineering and machine learning, and has formal training in Computer... Read More →
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Nirmal Mehta

Chief Technologist, Booz Allen Hamilton
Mr. Mehta is an Chief Technologist in the Strategic Innovations Group at Booz Allen Hamilton specializing in research, implementation and integration of emerging technologies to Booz Allen’s federal government client base. He leads the firms efforts in containerization and distributed application architectures, and thought leader for DevOps practices. He is passionate about Open Source, Containerization, Cloud Automation, DevOps and new... Read More →
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Mathias Renner

Graduate Student & Co-Founder, Hypriot Ltd.
Mathias is a graduate student of Business Information Systems and | Co-founder of Hypriot Ltd., the "Docker Pirates". At Hypriot, he helps to make Docker ready for the Internet of Things, like porting Docker to small ARM-powered devices as the Raspberry Pi. He is involved in developing HypriotOS and the Hypriot Cluster Lab. At his | University, he successfully bootstrapped a vivid Docker Community with regular meetups. | In... Read More →
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Dieter Reuter

Senior Consultant, SEAL Systems
Dieter is a Senior IT Consultant, working at SEAL Systems to lead enterprise projects and makes customers happy. | | He gives talks at various Meetups and share his knowledge with the Docker Community. He shrinks Docker containers to the minimum and likes to suprise the audience at DockerCon. He is a member of the Hypriot team that make it super simple to use Docker on all ARM machines, from small IoT devices up to the next generation... Read More →
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Stefan Scherer

Software Engineer, SEAL Systems
Stefan is a developer and architect. He is currently a Software Engineer at SEAL Systems working on a scalable microservice architecture. He enjoys automating things and uses Docker at work in various test environments. He is an early adopter of Docker on Windows, giving feedback and sharing his experience as a Docker Captain. He is member of the Hypriot team that gives the community a very easy experience for Docker on ARM devices. | | Stefan... Read More →


Monday June 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Room 607