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Scaling Container Architectures with OSS & Mesos
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| by David Greenberg Follow 0 Followers on Aug 07, 2016 |

David Greenberg discusses how Two Sigma was able to scale up their research to harness tens of thousands of CPUs, and some of the challenges faced along the road to increasing the number of machines and the solutions they engineered to build a platform. He concludes by discussing the state of the infrastructure today, and how they leveraged open source software to build their platform.

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David Greenberg is an independent consultant who previously worked at Two Sigma. He's interested in high performance software and distributed systems with Mesos. He's the author of the O'Reilly book "Building Applications on Mesos" and the designer of Cook, a Mesos framework written in Clojure and Datomic which coordinates containers to optimize task scheduling.

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