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Architectural patterns in large scale platforms are changing. Dedicated VMs and configuration management tools are being replaced by containerization.
rkt is a simple daemon-free tool that enables users to run containerized apps on their systems free of host dependencies. Containers running under rkt execute like regular processes and can be managed using existing process management tools like upstart, systemd, runit and etc.
This presentation will give you an overview of rkt and other essential components of infrastructure that utilizes containers like CoreOS, etcd and Kubernetes. Come and learn how to use these technologies to build performant, reliable, large distributed systems.
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Keynote: From the OS to rkt: Building Reliable, Large Distributed Systems with Containers
Barak Michener is a backend Go developer working on Quay.io and etcd for CoreOS and lead maintainer of Cayley, an open source graph database.