Mesos

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Ampere Computing's platforms are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the modern cloud native workload. Ampere's CIDR regression infrastructure uses images taken from a variety of sources. In this case, Mesos tracks the open source project (https://github.com/apache/mesos). The regression runs on bare metal rather than in a container. Results are found below in the Test Results section of this page.

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Overview

Mesos

Apache Mesos is an open-source project to manage computer clusters. It was developed at the University of California, Berkeley. Mesos began as a research project in the UC Berkeley RAD Lab by then PhD students Benjamin Hindman, Andy Konwinski, and Matei Zaharia, as well as professor Ion Stoica. The students started working on the project as part of a course taught by David Culler. It was originally named Nexus but due to a conflict with another university's project, was renamed to Mesos. Mesos uses Linux cgroups to provide isolation for CPU, memory, I/O and file system. Mesos is comparable to Google's Borg scheduler, a platform used internally to manage and distribute Google's services.


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Here at Ampere we've built an extensive infrastructure focused on Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Regression (called CIDR).

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