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Apache Mesos

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We've continued to have positive experiences deploying the Apache Mesos platform to manage cluster resources for highly distributed systems. Mesos abstracts out underlying computing resources such as CPU and storage, aiming to provide efficient utilization while maintaining isolation. Mesos includes Chronos for distributed and fault-tolerant execution of scheduled jobs, and Marathon for orchestrating long-running processes in containers.

History for Apache Mesos

Mar 2017
Trial?

We've continued to have positive experiences deploying the Apache Mesos platform to manage cluster resources for highly distributed systems. Mesos abstracts out underlying computing resources such as CPU and storage, aiming to provide efficient utilization while maintaining isolation. Mesos includes Chronos for distributed and fault-tolerant execution of scheduled jobs, and Marathon for orchestrating long-running processes in containers.

Nov 2016
Trial?

We've continued to have positive experiences deploying the Apache Mesos platform to manage cluster resources for highly distributed systems. Mesos abstracts out underlying computing resources such as CPU and storage, aiming to provide efficient utilization while maintaining isolation. Mesos includes Chronos for distributed and fault-tolerant execution of scheduled jobs, and Marathon for orchestrating long-running processes in containers.

Apr 2016
Trial?

Mesos is a platform that abstracts out underlying computing resources to make it easier to build massively scalable distributed systems. It can be used to provide a scheduling layer for Docker, or to act as an abstraction layer to things like AWS. Twitter has used it to great effect to help it scale its infrastructure. Tools built on top of Mesos are starting to appear, such as Chronos, which is a distributed, fault-tolerant cron replacement. Prominent success stories are appearing, such as Apple's Siri rearchitecting to use Mesos.

Nov 2015
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May 2015
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Mesos is a platform that abstracts out underlying computing resources to make it easier to build massively scalable distributed systems. It can be used to provide a scheduling layer for Docker, or to act as an abstraction layer to things like AWS. Twitter has used it to great effect to help them scale their infrastructure. Tools build on top of Mesos are starting to appear such as Chronos, which is a distributed, fault tolerant cron replacement.

Jan 2015
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