So, part one of this little getting-acquainted with Mesos left me with one (1) Mesos server, running apps in an app-ish sort of way via the Marathon framework. Which is cool. But there’s a lot of places to go from here.
I could install additional frameworks onto the box, if I wanted–I could bolt in Chronos to give me a cron replacement or I could wire up Spark to map and reduce things on HDFS. But those aren’t really interesting to me, not least because I don’t have any jobs that have a burning need to run at 3AM, nor do I have a few terabytes of interesting data lying around to gnaw on. So instead I’m going to stick with Mesos and see what I can do about expanding my little cluster past a singleton server. read more
So, blog reboot, like, thirty-four. I’m bad at blogs. But this time, I come bearing neat stuff to talk about, so maybe this’ll stick.
Anyway, since starting at Localytics, I’ve found myself thrown into a bunch of new-ish stuff. My prior ops experience was much more “developer moonlighting as a sysadmin”, rather than buzzword-compliant DevOps Ninja Powers. At Localytics I’ve been leveling those up pretty quick, though, and there’s some fun stuff I’d like to talk about a little. But we need to figure out what we want to make public first, and it’ll probably end up on the company blog before it ends up here, so I’m going to natter on a bit about something I’m doing in my spare time: setting up a Mesos cluster and populating it with apps for a side project or two. read more