Rootconf 2015

DevOps and scaling infrastructure

Running your containers in a sane environment, Project Atomic

Submitted by Aditya Patawari (@adityapatawari) on Mar 21, 2015

Section: Crisp talk Technical level: Beginner Status: Confirmed & scheduled

Abstract

To demonstrate and understand the various components of Project Atomic

Outline

The talk will focus on introduction to Project Atomic and why we need it. I will explore various components of Project Atomic like OSTree and Cockpit and talk about how they make running Linux containers using Docker easy. I will also demonstrate scaling and recovery using Google’s Kubernetes project which is a part of Project Atomic.

Requirements

Some experience with running Docker conatiners is plus.

Speaker bio

I am Aditya Patawari, currently working as Lead of Systems Engineering at BrowserStack.com. I play around with Enterprise Linux, Ansible, Puppet, Nagios, Python, Cloud (AWS and OpenStack) both as a part of my work and out of interest.
I have been a speaker at FUDCon, NELF, GNUnify, Rootconf, Flock, FOSSAsia and have delivered talks on Puppet, Ansible, Project Atomic, Git, infrastructure scalability and various other topics.

Links

Slides

http://www.slideshare.net/AdityaPatawari/atomic-rootconf2015

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