If you missed MesosCon 2014, our first annual Mesos conference, don’t fret. We’ve tracked down and organized all of the great videos from MesosCon 2014, just for you.
We put together two highlight reels from the presentations and paired them with new off-stage interviews:
MesosCon 2014: Ben Hindman and the Future of Apache Mesos. In this video, we hear directly from Ben on why the datacenter is the “new form factor” for developers, how Docker fits into Mesos, and why security is so important for enterprise adoption.
MesosCon 2014: User and Industry Support for Apache Mesos. In this video hear how Mesos is changing the world from the likes of Google, Netflix, OpenTable, Hubspot, Groupon and others.
All the Presentations
And here is the full list of videos:
You can’t miss Ben Hindman’s keynote, where he talks abou the present and future of Apache Mesos: State of Mesos 2014.
Mesosphere’s Tobi Knaup lived in the world of high-scale ops at Airbnb. In his Highly Distributed Devops talk, you will learn how to use Mesos to run deployments and devops at scale.
Mesosphere’s Connor Doyle talks about Marathon, the #1 tool for deploying apps and Docker containers at scale.
eBay’s Mohit Soni and Rene DelValle talk about how YARN and Mesos co-exist and share resources on eBay’s clusters.
Paco Nathan of Databricks talks about how the Spark project grew out of Mesos and how Spark runs on Mesos.
Automation at scale is hard and Airbnb’s Brenden Matthews talks about how Mesos simplifies this world at Airbnb.
One of the developers on Docker, Victor Vieux, explains how companies use Mesos to run and scale Docker containers on any infrastructure
Justin Becker and Sharma Podila from Netflix talk about how Netflix does reactive stream processing with Mesos.
Hubspot’s Gregory Chomatas deep dives around how Hubspot uses Mesos for continuous deployment.
See how Atlassian is using Mesos as an internal delivery platform. Their Ryan Thomas explains how it’s done.
Bill Farner explains how Mesos runs all of Twitter.
Finally, John Wilkes of Google traces Mesos’ roots to Google and explains how Google learned its scale lessons the hard way, and how anybody can benefit from those learnings.