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Thursday, October 20 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Changing the Engine While in Flight – Neil Armitage, VMware

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At the end of 2014 Continuent was acquired by VMware. In early 2015 a project was started to move the current build and QA environment from a mix of AWS, Rackspace and dedicated hosts into a new internal vSphere ESXi environment. This involved converting around 50 hosts into an environment containing over a 1000 VMs while not impacting the day-to-day operations. This talk will cover * Why we use puppet and the lessons learned in implementing it. * Control users and networks. * Using PuppetDB to automatically manage DNS and Nagios services. * Managing Jenkins instances to automatically add and remove testing clusters and environments. * Deploying MySQL, Oracle, Vertica, Hadoop in various testing configurations.

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Neil Armitage

Senior DevOps Engineer, VMware
Neil Armitage has over 25 years of experience developing applications and managing database servers. He is currently working on automating the deployments of database clusters in various Cloud environments and developing DBaaS technologies. Neil has spoken at several MySQL events including Percona Live at London, New York, and Santa Clara.

Thursday October 20, 2016 2:30pm - 3:15pm
San Diego

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