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Wednesday, August 31 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Lamba Application Servers on Mesos - Brad Futch, Galactic Fog

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One of the central components of the open source Gestalt project is the lambda engine known as Gestalt Laser. Laser, short for Lambda Application Server, was built on top of mesos. In the development of laser we encountered a number of issues dealing with both mesos performance and latency which motivated novel engineering solutions. We also had to solve issues around scaling and porting the laser engine across multiple clusters and this required the creation of a number of components for federated clusters and network communication enhancements including libraries for working with the Mesos HTTP API.  

The areas of our talk will include: 
What are the core components of a lambda service? 
* API Gateways 
* Message Queues 
* Runtime Engines 
Overview of the Gestalt Laser solution. 
* Discussion of the engineering issues encountered. 
* Mesos Latency 
* Caching and Routing Optimizations 
* Learnings and Libraries for working with mesos http api. 
* Language Runtime Packaging and Optimizations 
* State of the current open source project, and what people can do to help! 

Speakers
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Brad Futch

Principal Engineer, Galactic Fog
Brad is a Senior Cloud Engineer with over a decade of Software Engineering in various fields from Scientific Computing to Video Games. He currently serves as the Principal Engineer for Galactic Fog where he is working on next generation cloud services built on container architectures.



Wednesday August 31, 2016 10:30am - 11:20am
Ballroom A

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