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May 16–17, 2016: Training & Tutorials
May 18–19, 2016: Conference
Austin, TX

Highly available persistent applications in containers

Clint Kitson (EMC {code})
11:05am–11:45am Thursday, 05/19/2016
Location: Meeting Room 17B
Average rating: ****.
(4.75, 4 ratings)

Are you thinking of implementing a container strategy? Persistent applications are typically last on the list, but adding persistence extends the types of applications that can be containerized and opens the door to new opportunities for operating these applications. Clint Kitson explains why having a homogenous approach to persistence across the container ecosystem is the key to a successful strategy. You’ll leave knowing where the container ecosystem is with persistence today and where things are going tomorrow.

This session is sponsored by EMC{code}.

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Clint Kitson

EMC {code}

Clint Kitson is the technical director for the EMC {code} team. EMC {code} contributes to and engages the open source community through topics like containers, persistent applications, and infrastructure as code. Clint and his team focus on further enhancing developer-oriented approaches to running infrastructure and platforms. He is both an advocate and engineer and actively contributes to open source projects, including Docker Engine, to help drive user adoption. Clint is passionate about the changes open source is bringing to infrastructure. Prior to Clint’s container and software infrastructure focus, he played an extensive role as both a customer and evangelist with virtualization, storage, and automation and brings with him 15 years of industry experience helping customers take advantage of new technology.