Running Database Services on DC/OS

Tuesday 11:30AM-12:20PM

@ Room M1


50 minutes conference


Business / Case Studies, Operations

DC/OS (Datacenter Operating System) is a novel solution to simply and efficiently run services and applications across on-premises, cloud or hybrid environments. Even though you can run any type of applications, DC/OS is an excellent fit for container based architectures.

Deploying a MySQL instance on DC/OS requires just a few clicks, but once the service is running, you may have a few questions, such as:

-"What" is actually running?
-How is data persistence is handled?
-How can I enable HA for my databases

The goal of this session is to help answer these questions and share some of the thought processes and lessons learned from a real-world implementation, provide the background of how DC/OS operates, and identify key items that need to be considered when deploying database services.


Gabriel Ciciliani

Gabriel Ciciliani (Pythian)

Internal Principal Consultant


"Gabriel has been dedicated to databases as a DBA and consultant for the last 10 years. He has lead and participated in multiple projects across many technologies, including Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server and MongoDB. Gabriel defines himself as an automation super fan, he is one of the developers of the MySQL/MongoDB DBaaS solution currently in use in MercadoLibre, the largest e-commerce platform in Latin America and top ten world wide. Gabriel holds a college degree in electronics, a degree in industrial engineering and he is currently working on his master's thesis (Information Systems engineering). He is also an GCP, AWS, Oracle and Microsoft certified professional. Currently he is an Internal Principal Consultant at Pythian specializing in MySQL and MongoDB."


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