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My Official Hack slides from Dockercon 2016 as demonstrated in the community theatre in the expo area.

In this hack, we secure the data-center through a scaleable network of real-time sensors and microservices running Docker. Each rack in the server-room is filled with thousands of terabytes of priceless customer data, IoT lets us keep one step ahead and keep that data safe. The cluster deploys a set of smart sensors running the Docker Swarm agent to the rack panels.

My Official Hack slides from Dockercon 2016 as demonstrated in the community theatre in the expo area.

In this hack, we secure the data-center through a scaleable network of real-time sensors and microservices running Docker. Each rack in the server-room is filled with thousands of terabytes of priceless customer data, IoT lets us keep one step ahead and keep that data safe. The cluster deploys a set of smart sensors running the Docker Swarm agent to the rack panels.

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  1. 1. Securing the datacenter with IoT Alex Ellis Docker Captain Senior Software Engineer, ADP
  2. 2. Economist’s perspective Real sustainable growth does not stem from new resources, but from existing ones rearranged to make them more valuable. - Paul Romer, Economist @ NY University
  3. 3. Introduction IoT all the things Achievement unlocked Building the hack Agenda Live Demo Real-time alerts Supported by Pimoroni Feedback Q&A Github repo
  4. 4. IoT all the things
  5. 5. Achievement unlocked
  6. 6. Cool Hacks Contest
  7. 7. Putting the Micro in Microservices Pi Zero 5 USD micro-computer • 1GHz processor • 512MB RAM Building the hack Pi 2/3 4-5x cost • 4x 1.2GHz processor • 1GB RAM
  8. 8. Attempt #1
  9. 9. @solomonstre
  10. 10. Custom hardware from Pimoroni Building a new hack
  11. 11. Software Building a new hack
  12. 12. Sensor LedDashboard WebDashboard Sensor Sensor Sensor Sensor Swarm Network Overlay Manager $ docker-compose up
  13. 13. KVPs and pub/sub enviro-pHAT Sensor e6ca8139.temp e6ca8139.temp.baseline e6ca8139.live e6ca8139.motion sensors.data
  14. 14. Demo $ docker info
 
 $ docker-compose up -d Creating services... 
 $ docker-compose scale sensor=4 Creating sensor_2.. Creating sensor_3.. Creating sensor_4..
  15. 15. Q&A @alexellisuk 
 github.com/alexellis/ datacenter-sensor
  16. 16. “We only expected to sell a few thousand Raspberry Pis” — Eben Upton, CEO
 Raspberry Pi Trading 8M units sold by Feb ‘16
  17. 17. Thank you! @alexellisuk

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