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Tuesday, April 8 • 3:45pm - 4:35pm
Managing containers in YARN/Mesos using Helix

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Apache Helix is a generic cluster management framework that simplifies building large scale distributed systems. YARN is a generic resource manager that provides container-based resource allocation to achieve scalable application deployment, management, and monitoring. Integrating the abilities of Helix and YARN has great potential: This talk will provide insights into how one can leverage Helix and YARN to build, configure and deploy distributed systems. The life cycle of a distributed system consists of building the system, auto provisioning, deploying, configuring, handling failures, auto scaling up/down as per work load. This talk will showcase how Helix and YARN can be leveraged to tackle various challenges involved in each stage. Finally, we will show how integrating with Helix will enable the application to be run on a variety of systems such as YARN/Mesos/EC2.

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Kanak Biscuitwala

Software Engineer, LinkedIn
Kanak Biscuitwala is an Apache Helix committer and a software engineer in the LinkedIn Distributed Data Systems group. In his time with the Helix project, he has introduced several new algorithms and APIs touching nearly every component of the framework. His interests are in distributed systems, scalable algorithms, mobile computing, and generic system design. Previously, he was a graduate student at Stanford University working on... Read More →
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Zhen Zhang

Software Engineer, Linkedin
Zhen Zhang is an Apache Helix committer and a software engineer at LinkedIn. He is one of the initial committers of Helix and has worked on most of the codebase. His interests are in distributed data systems. Before LinkedIn, he got his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from UC Irvine.


Tuesday April 8, 2014 3:45pm - 4:35pm
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