For many enterprise customers, Azure cloud is an important part of their multi-cloud solutions. The Open Source dcos-engine project allows for great flexibility, ease, and choice when deploying and managing Mesos DC/OS clusters in Azure cloud. Supporting both Linux and Windows agent pools in the same cluster makes it possible to deploy heterogeneous solutions, support multi-platform applications, allow legacy software to run alongside the modern one, and much more. Flexible and concise cluster definition allows the user to specify multiple agent pools to be deployed, while each pool may have different characteristics of OS, compute power, storage, network, etc. In this talk Dmitry Shmulevich, a member of the Open Source Enterprise team at Microsoft, makes an overview of Azure Resource Management, describes the details of dcos-engine, and demonstrates its features and capabilities.
About the speaker: Dmitry Shmulevich is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft. As a member of the Open Source Enterprise team, Dmitry is maintaining and enhancing dcos-engine - an open source project that provides native support for DC/OS in Microsoft Azure. In the past Dmitry worked on a new version of Azure Container Services - a managed service for containerized cluster deployment in Microsoft Azure.
Agenda: 5:30 PM - 6 PM - Doors open 6 PM - 7 PM - Mesos DC/OS 7PM - 7:30 PM - Warp up and networking