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John Wilkes will provide an overview of Google's approach, and explain how the lessons they learned have driven the design of Kubernetes, their new open-source cluster management system. They don't claim to have all the answers, but they do have some pretty impressive systems.
Cluster management is the set of tools and processes that Google uses to control the computing infrastructure in its data centers. It includes allocating resources to different applications on their fleet of computers, looking after software installations and hardware, monitoring, and many other things. John will provide an overview of Google's approach.
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Principal Software Engineer, Technical Infrastructure, Google. John Wilkes has been at Google since 2008, where he is working on cluster management for Google's compute infrastructure; he was one of the architects of Omega. He is interested in far too many aspects of distributed systems, but a recurring theme has been technologies that allow systems to manage themselves.