Dundee: Will, Kenny, Petr, Dominik, June, Balaji, Jean-Marie, Helen, Simon, Jason,
Remote: Mark, Sebastien, Wilma, Chris, David, Emil, Josh, Melissa, Roger, Liza
Start: 2:00 pm
(2-3 minutes each)
Iviewer: moving towards 1.0
Pyramid issue. 5.4.4 in coming weeks
1.08 not supported in April
1.11 will need new web apps
Helen & Liza working on OMERO plugins section for website
Stand-up prep: list robot CI job
East (infra/IDR 0.5.0)
providers, taking Glencoe’s in-memory implementations as a basis. However, mostly on leave over this fortnight.
Align proposals using same style (PEP, JCP, etc)
help with iviewer performance.
Thumbnail & rendering - discussion with JM
Start updating some customers to 5.4
Close to going live
Notebooks cleanup to fix crashes
Load balancing etc pushed to 0.4.6
Testing spreadsheet, for Thursday
30th May - 1st June
Proposal increase in registration fee?
simplifies the registration process
Suggestions for alternative to wine tasting?
Any changes suggested for changes to program from last year
Jason: feedback from USA travels. - see standup
(5 min. max; tech. Discussion should be highlighted to relevant people and rescheduled)
(20-25 minutes plus 15 minutes questions max)
Kubernetes - open souce container orchestration etc.
Containers - lightweight form of virtualisation
Methodology for packaging and shipping
Docker: platform and tools for building and running apps
OMERO in Docker - e.g 4 containers
Manually: $ docker run (x 4)
Run containers on different hosts
Automatically schedule containers across different hosts.
Tools: Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Apache Mesos,
Kubernetes is great because:
Infrastructure as code - version controlled
check ping of OMERO.web
Microservices - 10s - 100s of copies
Pods - containerised app, e.g OMERO.web
Deployments - manages one or more Pods
Debugging multiple containers:
use centralised logging
Use Traceable identifiers
Need shared data store to handle failure of services
Josh - devspace is too much for some usages - e.g Just server & data
Jason - flagship projects will need this
using unix services
for our users
E.g. running a Helm chart on amazon is very easy.
Currently setting up Kubernetes cluster “lochy”
First app is Redmine
JM: Training server
the devspace is easy)