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From Dave Lester <>
Subject Aurora and Mesos Frameworks Meetup in San Francisco, 3/25
Date Mon, 17 Mar 2014 05:14:47 GMT
Twitter is hosting a meetup in San Francisco on March 25th, and there's
still room to RSVP:

Come learn about Apache Aurora, a framework developed by Twitter for
running services on Mesos, and hear about the Mesos framework API and
changes that will be made in the near-future to make it easier for
framework developers to write distributed applications for Mesos.

Following the talks, there will be time to socialize about Aurora and
developing Mesos frameworks.

*Introduction to Apache Aurora by William Farner*
In this talk we introduce Apache Aurora, a framework built on top of Apache
Mesos with the goal of providing a general-purpose process scheduler.
Aurora has been in development at Twitter for about four years (growing
alongside Mesos), and powers a large portion of Twitter's services and
ad-hoc processes. In November 2013, Aurora was accepted into the Apache
Incubator program.

Apache Aurora is self-described as a service scheduler, which means that it
aims to reliably run many replicas of a serving system. Additionally, it
encourages decoupling service management from machine management, allowing
a relatively small number of administrators to manage very large fleets of

*Building distributed frameworks on Mesos by Benjamin Hindman*
This talk will explore the fundamentals of Mesos, as well as what it takes
to build applications and frameworks on top. In particular, it will focus
upcoming changes to the framework API to simplify the process of writing
new frameworks on Mesos.

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