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Monday, June 22
 

11:45am

Analytic Garage on Docker at Capital One
Capital One’s Data analysts have traditionally used leading analytic tools to prototype new insights and build stat models. To improve analyst productivity and innovation, Cap1 has embarked on a re-invention of the Data technology stack by deploying a Big Data Hub consisting of a central Hadoop Data Lake and a large suite of Open source tools and SW packages.

The platform & engineering team had to come up with a solution to enable fast prototyping of tools, isolate the workload in a contained environment and integrate it into a self-service portal . After evaluating different options, we chose Docker to build an ‘Analytic garage’ for the enterprise .

We’ll walk through some of the challenges we faced and techniques we used to integrate a wide variety of technologies into a single Docker container, access management, security & audit. As we expand the user base within the organization, we'll share future plans to progress innovations from the garage to a production ready Docker Analytic platform .

Moderators
avatar for Alex Barrett

Alex Barrett

Editor in Chief, Modern Infrastructure, TechTarget

Speakers
avatar for Santosh Bardwaj

Santosh Bardwaj

Senior Director, Technology, CapitalOne
Leads Capital One's Big Data and Analytic platform engineering organization. Responsible for building out Cap1's next generation Enterprise Data platform and tools that supports agility and innovation.


Monday June 22, 2015 11:45am - 12:25pm
Yerba Buena 7

2:00pm

Docker in the New York Times Newsroom
In the New York Times newsroom you’ll find a deeply heterogeneous technology environment that exists – by necessity – outside of the larger, more well-defined development pipelines of the rest of the organization. On the Interactive News team, part of our mission is providing a reliable path to production for designers/developers/reporters who need to be able to make their own technology choices on what can be extremely tight deadlines.

Containerization is becoming increasingly important to these efforts, and we’re ready to share our experience working with Docker and crafting complementary orchestration, communication, and organization solutions.

Moderators
avatar for Chris Preimesberger

Chris Preimesberger

Editor, Features & Analysis, eWeek
Chris Preimesberger has covered IT business/innovation since 1995.  He is in charge of coverage areas for eWEEK; cover and analyze trends in cloud computing, big data analytics, storage, and other sectors; moderate panel discussions and web radio shows; speaks to IT audiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Eric Buth

Eric Buth

Interactive News Developer, The New York Times
Eric Buth is a developer in the New York Times’s Interactive News department tasked with managing newsroom-specific infrastructure. He was previously the Director of Technology at TPM and has worked on the publishing team of Teachers College at Columbia University’s EdLab.Eric... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Yerba Buena 7

2:50pm

Enabling Continuous (Food) Delivery at GrubHub
The merger of the two biggest restaurant delivery companies, Seamless and GrubHub set the stage for a rethink of how we write, deliver and maintain our services. Early on (in 2014) we made the decision to use Docker to help enable continuous delivery. We've incorporated Docker into our CI platform not only for packing our Java services but packaging our tests built on Gatling into consistent, easily deployable units. We've built our entire pipeline around Docker which allows our teams to automatically deploy to our environments over 100 times a day.

Our talk will focus around how Docker makes this not only possible but easy. We'll go over the pipeline we've build, some lessons learned and what our plans our to expand this system.

Moderators
avatar for Ari Levy

Ari Levy

Senior Technology Reporter, CNBC
Ari Levy is CNBC's senior technology reporter in San Francisco.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Valeo

Jeff Valeo

Site Reliability Engineer, GrubHub
Jeff started Systems Engineering at Apple working on the infrastructure for all Apple Retail Stores. Having worked at Apple as a Systems Engineer and a Senior Technical Lead, using mostly "traditional" systems and methodology; he moved to Google for a short stint as an Operations... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 2:50pm - 3:30pm
Yerba Buena 7

4:00pm

Enabling Microservices @ Orbitz
In this talk we will discuss how we enabled decomposition of one of our 250+ system components into a continously deployed microservice cluster.

This includes building a standardized Docker server composed of various local companion services along side the Docker daemon including: dynamic service discovery via Consul, a log relay to a centralized Elasticsearch cluster, and forwarding/batching of Dropwizard metrics to Graphite.

Building on this we'll cover our Jenkins driven automated pipeline for building Docker images and rolling deployments via Ansible using static placement on existing infrastructure while protoyping dynamic placement using Docker + Apache Mesos.

Moderators
avatar for Chris Preimesberger

Chris Preimesberger

Editor, Features & Analysis, eWeek
Chris Preimesberger has covered IT business/innovation since 1995.  He is in charge of coverage areas for eWEEK; cover and analyze trends in cloud computing, big data analytics, storage, and other sectors; moderate panel discussions and web radio shows; speaks to IT audiences... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rick Fast

Rick Fast

Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Orbitz Worldwide
Rick Fast is a Principal Engineer at Orbitz, working on systems that power Orbitz's site experimentation, content management, and search engine optimized landing pages. Prior to Orbitz, Rick was an engineer at CDK Global/Cobalt in Portland, an industry leader in automotive retail... Read More →
avatar for Steve Hoffman

Steve Hoffman

Senior Principal Engineer, Orbitz Worldwide
Steve tweets at @bacoboy.


Monday June 22, 2015 4:00pm - 4:40pm
Yerba Buena 7

4:50pm

Using Docker to Keep Houses Warm: Highly Distributed Micro-Datacenters
Nerdalize is a Dutch start-up that provides affordable and green computing power with an innovative approach. We heat living rooms with CPUs, as high-performance computer hardware is fit into a beautiful design radiator. While home owners heat for free, a massive distributed compute infrastructure becomes available. 

In this talk, we give a detailed overview of how Docker, Rancher and other tools in the ecosystem enable us to leverage such a highly distributed micro-datacenter architecture. We discuss how our approach drastically eliminates data center infrastructure costs, and how we aim to change the environmental impact of the compute industry. 

Moderators
avatar for Patrick Chanezon

Patrick Chanezon

Member of Technical Staff, Docker
Patrick Chanezon is member of technical staff at Docker Inc.

Speakers
avatar for Eric Feliksik

Eric Feliksik

Director of the Cloud Orchestra, Nerdalize
Eric Feliksik is Director of the Cloud Orchestra at Nerdalize, where he builds the cloud that reduces your bills and saves your planet. Previously he built distributed systems in the energy management industry and did extensive performance testing of infrastructure and applications... Read More →


Monday June 22, 2015 4:50pm - 5:30pm
Yerba Buena 7
 
Tuesday, June 23
 

11:45am

Speeding Up Development
Learn how Docker enables Lyft to increase developer productivity across our engineering organization. We'll go through a local development model that decreases our developer onboard time, and keeps our teams focused on delivering product goals. We'll also talk about how we use Docker to test changes to our servers and allow QA testing of our mobile clients. You'll come out of the talk with techniques and reasons for integrating docker not just in the cloud but also onto developer's laptops.

Moderators
avatar for Neil McAllister

Neil McAllister

Reporter, The Register
Neil McAllister is a technology writer and analyst based in San Francisco, California. His areas of focus include Linux and open source, middleware, application development, databases, high performance computing, business software, and IT for healthcare and the life sciences, among... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Leventi

Matthew Leventi

Engineer, Lyft
Matthew Leventi is an engineer at Lyft working on service infrastructure. Previously he was an engineering manager at Zynga for the central services team. He has also worked at Microsoft building web services for social data. Matthew received a BS in Computer Science with honors from... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2015 11:45am - 12:25pm
Yerba Buena 7

1:45pm

From Months to Minutes - How GE Brings Docker Into the Enterprise
In a traditional enterprise IT shop, it’s common to find a plethora of aging technologies. From COBOL running on mainframes, to huge Java applications spread across both physical and virtual hardware, the enterprise can sometimes resemble a living museum of IT. For application owners, bureaucracy, lack of business priority, and complex infrastructure can slow innovation, and make it difficult to stay current.

At GE, we leveraged Docker/Mesos to create an internal application platform that brings speed, simplicity, and cutting edge deployment processes to our enterprise, empowering developers to go from concept to production in minutes, rather than months.

Moderators
avatar for Alex Barrett

Alex Barrett

Editor in Chief, Modern Infrastructure, TechTarget

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Barber

Thomas Barber

Cloud Computing Technologist, GE
Tom is a graduate of GE's Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP) and has been working as a Cloud Computing Technologist for GE Appliances in Louisville, KY for the past year. Tom will be joined by Brett Luckabaugh, also a former ITLP and a Senior Cloud Computing Technologist... Read More →
avatar for Brett Luckabaugh

Brett Luckabaugh

Enterprise Software Architect, GE
Brett tweets at @OverflownStack


Tuesday June 23, 2015 1:45pm - 2:25pm
Yerba Buena 7

2:35pm

How to Build a Secure DevOps Environment for Government and Beyond
The General Services Administration (GSA) is driving IT innovation through their Cloud First, Open Source First policies. Booz Allen is supporting the GSA Integrated Award Environment (IAE) Common Services program to implement these tenets. IAE currently supports several large public facing silo'd applications, which manage the government-wide systems for those who award, administer, or receive Federal financial assistance contracts, and intergovernmental transactions. To create a unified developer experience and provide Platform as a Service (PaaS) support, the GSA is leveraging several open source projects including Docker, Chef and Jenkins on AWS to support the consolidation of 10 legacy applications onto a single public cloud platform. In this discussion, we will review the lessons learned from this large undertaking and featuring a demonstration using Check, Consul, Docker (including Swarm and Machine), GitHub Enterprise, Interlock and Jenkins to create a production-ready and secure Common Services Platform following the best DevOps patterns.

Moderators
avatar for Ken Cochrane

Ken Cochrane

Engineering Manager, Docker
Ken Cochrane is an engineering manager at Docker Inc. Ken has been involved with Docker from the outset, and is responsible for a number of key aspects of the project, including the Docker Hub and automated builds. He is a graduate of the University of Maine, and before joining Docker... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Nirmal Mehta

Nirmal Mehta

Senior Lead Technologist, Strategic Innovation Group, Booz Allen Hamilton
Nirmal tweets at @normalfaults 


Tuesday June 23, 2015 2:35pm - 3:15pm
Yerba Buena 7

3:25pm

PayPal Goes Beyond CI to Production Scale PaaS with Docker

What a difference a year makes.  Last year Paypal presented on scaling a CI infrastructure with Docker, Mesos and Jenkins.  Over the past year we worked on integrating Docker to the core of our PaaS ecosystem.  We are Dockerizing the entire PayPal application ecosystem consisting of polyglot Java, Node.js, Scala, C++ and Python frameworks.  In this journey we have introduced HA Docker Registry with ElasticSearch search plugin using both OpenStack Swift and Cinder storage, cross-data center ATS server smart image caching along with a developer-friendly boot2docker fig/compose workflow for Kraken (open source nodeJS) stack.  This we believe has the potential to become one of the largest financial services production deployment of Docker.


Moderators
avatar for Neil McAllister

Neil McAllister

Reporter, The Register
Neil McAllister is a technology writer and analyst based in San Francisco, California. His areas of focus include Linux and open source, middleware, application development, databases, high performance computing, business software, and IT for healthcare and the life sciences, among... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ashish Hunnargikar

Ashish Hunnargikar

Software Engineer, PayPal
Ashish is a Software Engineer with the PaaS Cloud Engineering team at PayPal. Ashish, along with a group of very talented engineers has been actively working on solving challenging infrastructure problems at scale by integrating Docker and Mesos into PayPal's application development... Read More →
avatar for Mohit Soni

Mohit Soni

Software Engineer, PayPal
Mohit Soni is an engineer on Platform team at PayPal. He spends time on maximizing efficiency, increasing agility, reducing cost of operations, and most importantly getting stuff done. Since, last year he has been actively working on solving challenging infrastructure problems at... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2015 3:25pm - 4:05pm
Yerba Buena 7