This talk covers building a distributed database cluster and monitoring it. The tools covered will be HBase, Chef, OpenTSDB. If you are a large system administrator, or have been saddled with administering a Hadoop cluster, this talk will cover some of the finer points learned from building and administering multiple such clusters in the past. Much of the experience gained will be applicable in non-Chef and non-Hadoop environments (for example, if you deploy Cassandra via Puppet).
Tim Ellis has been working in Linux-based OSS-stack large-scale high-volume database environments since 2000. Friendster, Digg, Mozilla, StumbleUpon, and Riot Games, are among his employers. | | He's been doing Opsdev deployment methodologies since before Opsdev was a household word. He began administering clusters of thousands of databases in 1998, employing self-made continuous-deployment and configuration management systems.
Tuesday November 6, 2012 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!