Monthly Archives: March 2015

Dealing With Persistent Storage And Fault Tolerance In Apache Mesos

In part 1 of this series on Apache Mesos, I provided a high level overview of the technology and in part 2, I went into a bit more of a deep dive on the Mesos architecture.  I ended the last post stating I would do a follow-up post on how resource allocation is handled in […]

Digging Deeper Into Apache Mesos

In my previous post, I provided the proverbial 10,000 foot overview of Apache Mesos and it’s value as a resource manager for the data center.  It’s time to dig a little deeper into the technology and walk though the components that make Mesos such a great candidate for a data center OS kernel.  Most of […]

Apache Mesos: The True OS For The Software Defined Data Center?

This is the first of a series of blog posts on the Apache Mesos project and technology.  We begin first with an introductory overview. I have a confession to make… I’ve come to loathe the term “Software Defined Data Center (SDDC).”  I don’t have a problem with the concept; my issue has to do with […]