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Wednesday, November 5 • 11:00 - 11:40
Trove in the Real World - Adventures in Running Production Workloads on Upstream Code

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As of the Juno release, Trove will contain all the features necessary
to deploy mission critical apps.  Unfortunately a number of the
necessary production features (for example HA, automatic fail over,
self-healing) are not available in a out of the box ready to use
manner.

In this code and demo heavy talk, we will walk the developer through
examples of how to build up the necessary supporting infrastructure to
make their Trove databases production worthy.  For example, how to set
up a cluster of Trove MySql instances to support high availability and
self healing completely using existing public Trove functionality
and standard tooling.

We will also discuss how the code samples could be modified to solve
specific problems unique to different environments.  (Note all the
code from this talk will be freely reusable and distributable).

Finally, the Trove PTL will provide a roadmap for how and when
features like HA, fail over, and self healing land in upstream Trove.

Speakers
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Andrew Conrad

Engineering Manager
For a majority of Andrew's career he has been involved in designingand building frameworks and tools to help software developers workwith data.Andrew was one of the founding members and co-inventors of the ODataeffort. The Open Data Protocol (OData) is a Web protocol for queryingand updating data that provides a way to unlock your data and free itfrom silos that exist in applications.He also worked as the lead developer for the... Read More →
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Nikhil Manchanda

Project Technical Lead - OpenStack Trove, HPE
Nikhil is a Principal Engineer working at HP Cloud. He has been the | Project Technical Lead (PTL) for OpenStack Trove for the Juno, Kilo | and Liberty Release Cycles. He designed and wrote significant parts of | the OpenStack Trove project, and has been a Trove core-contributor | since the project's inception.  His main areas of expertise lie in | Openstack, Python, and databases, but he has also been known to | occasionally dabble in... Read More →


Wednesday November 5, 2014 11:00 - 11:40
Room 253

Attendees (65)