|Name:||Linux Container to Optimise IT Infrastructure & Workloads|
|Time:||Thursday, June 22, 2017
02:00 pm - 06:00 pm
Frankfurt Marriott Hotel
|Breaks:||04:00 pm - 04:30 pm Coffee Break|
|Organizer:||Christian Kniep, Sony Interactive Entertainment|
|Speaker:||Michael Bauer, University of Michigan|
|Luk Borchard, Loodse|
|Paolo Di Tommaso, CRG|
|Holger Gantikow, Atos|
|Greg Kurtzer, SingularityWare|
|Burak Yenier, Ubercloud|
|Abstract:||Docker as the dominant flavour of Linux Container continues to gain momentum within datacenter all over the world. It is able to benefit legacy infrastructure by leveraging the lower overhead compared to traditional, hypervisor-based virtualization. But there is more to Linux Containers - and Docker in particular, which this workshop will explore. It's portability, reproducibility and distribution capabilities outclass all prior technologies and disrupt former monolithic architectures, due to sub-second life cycles and self-service provisioning. This workshop is split in a introductional part (plumbing), explaining the technology and a second part which discusses different aspects and HPC/HP-BigData specifics and the challenges involved when introducing Linux Containers into a traditional IT landscape.
Software developers, users, and managers of data center and cloud infrastructure and applications.
For more details, please visit the workshop webpage at http://qnib.org/isc/