Containers and Big Data

Wednesday, February 6
2:00 PM - 2:40 PM
Room 101/102

As containerization continues to gain momentum and become a de facto standard for application deployment, challenges around containerization of big data workloads are coming to light. Great strides have been made within the open source communities towards running big data workloads in containers, but much is left to be done.

Apache Hadoop YARN is the modern distributed operating system for big data applications. It has morphed the Hadoop compute layer into a common resource-management platform that can host a wide variety of applications. At its core, YARN has a very powerful scheduler which enforces global cluster level invariants and helps sites manage user and operator expectations of elastic sharing, resource usage limits, SLAs, and more. YARN recently increased its support for Docker containerization and added a YARN service framework supporting long-running services.

In this session we will explore the emerging patterns and challenges related to containers and big data workloads, including running applications such as Apache Spark, Apache HBase, and Kubernetes in containers on YARN.

SPEAKERS

Sanjay Radia
Chief Architect, Founder
Hortonworks
Sanjay is founder and chief architect at Hortonworks, and an Apache Hadoop committer and member of the Apache Hadoop PMC. Prior to co-founding Hortonworks, Sanjay was the chief architect of core-Hadoop at Yahoo and part of the team that created Hadoop. In Hadoop he has contributed to several areas including HDFS, MapReduce schedulers, Yarn's design, high availability, compatibility, etc. He has also held senior engineering positions at Sun Microsystems and INRIA, where he developed software for distributed systems and grid/utility computing infrastructures. Sanjay has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo in Canada.