Everything open source
May 16–17, 2016: Training & Tutorials
May 18–19, 2016: Conference
Austin, TX
Richard Mortier

Richard Mortier
University Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK

Website | @mort___

Richard Mortier is a member of faculty in the Systems Research Group at the Cambridge University Computer Lab. His past work includes Internet routing, distributed system performance analysis, network management, aesthetic designable machine-readable codes, and home networking. Richard works at the intersection of systems and networking with human-computer interaction and is currently focused on how to build user-centric systems infrastructure that enables people to better support themselves in a ubiquitous computing world through human-data interaction.

Sessions

12:00pm–12:30pm Tuesday, 05/17/2016
Location: Ballroom A
Anil Madhavapeddy (Docker, Inc), Richard Mortier (University of Cambridge, UK)
Average rating: ****.
(4.57, 14 ratings)
Most developers use a Mac or Windows host to develop Docker Linux containers, which complicates filesystem sharing between the host and the Linux container and requires replicating Linux networking configuration locally. Anil Madhavapeddy and Richard Mortier outline ways to make using Docker on a Mac or Windows transparent, thus enabling a rapid test/edit/deployment cycle for microservices. Read more.
11:55am–12:35pm Wednesday, 05/18/2016
The New Stuff
Location: Ballroom A Level: Intermediate
Richard Mortier (University of Cambridge, UK), Anil Madhavapeddy (Docker, Inc)
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 18 ratings)
Richard Mortier and Anil Madhavapeddy demonstrate the integration of MirageOS, Rumprun unikernels, and the Docker container management toolchain, discuss the relationship between MirageOS (clean slate), Rumprun unikernels, and Linux Containers, and show how it is getting steadily easier to extend everyday workflows and deployments with unikernel technology. Read more.