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[EMEA] From Pivotal to VMware Tanzu: What you need to know

On December 30, 2019, VMware announced that it had completed its acquisition of Pivotal Software, Inc. We’re excited about the opportunities this creates to deliver more innovation to customers, but we understand you may be asking, “Will the portfolio change and how might that impact my company?”

So we want to use this opportunity to be direct with answers—our product and go-to-market leaders will drive this session and describe how Pivotal and VMware products and services are coming together. We will:

● Affirm our commitment to Spring, Cloud Foundry, Pivotal Application Service, PKS, BOSH and more
● Share how Pivotal products and services will amplify our VMware Tanzu portfolio
● Walk through the VMware Tanzu vision for modern infrastructure and modern applications
● Define the engineering priorities that will inform our product roadmap

We will also take your questions live, so please register today.
Recorded Feb 11 2020 38 mins
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Craig McLuckie, Vice President, Product Management, VMware Tanzu & Ian Andrews, Vice President, Marketing, VMware Tanzu
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    Cory Skimming, VMware and Vick Kelkar, GitLab
    A key driver of digital transformation for enterprises is the desire to build better software, faster and in a secure manner. Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) play an essential role in the ability to respond to user feedback and ship new application code to production quickly and securely.

    In this webinar, we will explore how VMware Tanzu and GitLab:
    - Enable companies to meet the challenges of shifting to cloud-native practices
    - Allow teams to dramatically speed up the process of testing new application code and readying it for production deployment
    - Use CI/CD to build DevSecOps into your development practices

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  • Kubernetes Data Protection on VMware Tanzu Mission Control Jul 21 2020 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tom Spoonemore, Product Line Manager, Modern Apps Platform BU, VMware
    Enterprises are developing and deploying more stateful applications onto Kubernetes as the project matures. But have the data protection processes and tools matured to address containerized applications running on Kubernetes? IT operations need to incorporate the Kubernetes-based applications into their disaster recovery plans, and are looking for solutions that would allow them to safeguard those applications along with the other applications they support.

    Please join this session where we will discuss techniques and options for delivering durable, cloud native data protection for Kubernetes clusters and applications deployed there. We will demonstrate the latest data protection feature in Tanzu Mission Control, and show you how it helps enterprises easily and safely protect their applications and data on Kubernetes.
  • Beyond scanning: security and incident response in a cloud-native world Recorded: Jul 14 2020 45 mins
    Steve White, Executive Technical Advisor - Security & Compliance at VMware Tanzu and Tsvi Korren, Field CTO at Aqua Security
    As enterprises continue to shift to cloud-native strategies and container technologies, teams are faced with new challenges and security concerns around data protection, compliance, and incident response.

    With VMware Tanzu, organizations can easily and securely build, run, and manage their applications, wherever they land - on-premises, in VSphere, or in the public cloud. In this webinar, you will learn how to use Aqua Security to extend security and simplify regulatory compliance for your applications running on VMware Tanzu Application Service (TAS) and VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKGI).

    Security experts from VMware and Aqua will show you how you can:
    - Ensure compliance configuration best practices across both Tanzu Application Service (TAS) and Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition (TKGI)
    - Effectively identify and respond to security incidents in your cloud-native environment
    - Monitor, detect and granularly block suspicious activity in runtime for both TAS and TKGI environments

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  • Human-Centered Remote Facilitation Recorded: Jul 9 2020 55 mins
    Alex Tran, Senior Designer, VMware Pivotal Labs
    You may be working remotely but are you truly connecting with your teammates on the other side of your video call in a way that drives great outcomes?

    Learn how to magnify the power of your collaboration remotely from Alex Tran, a design leader in VMware’s Modern Application and Platforms Business Unit. Alex will walk through live case examples using Miro, a digital whiteboarding tool, and Zoom to effectively facilitate complex product meetings remotely.

    By applying tried-and-true design and psychology best practices like user-centered onboarding, visual facilitation, and reducing cognitive load, this webinar will offer practical advice and guidance for designers, developers, product managers, and anyone seeking strong remote facilitation skills that are truly human-centered.
  • [EMEA] Day Two Operations Made Easy with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (Part 2) Recorded: Jul 7 2020 64 mins
    Dieter Hubau, VMware Tanzu | Kristof Van Sever, Galagio | Thomas Valgaeren, Galagio | Jeroen Sterken, Galagio
    Hands On Demos with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid:

    - Automated multicluster operations / Kubernetes lifecycle
    - Lifecycle management of all your Kubernetes clusters
    - Scale clusters on demand
    - Upgrade Kubernetes clusters without downtime
    - Autohealing of Kubernetes nodes
    - Extend your enterprise-ready Kubernetes operating model across data centers and clouds through a tight integration with vSphere 7 with Kubernetes
    - Kubernetes on vSphere with NSX-T
    - New K8S cluster(s) - creates new LB in NSX-T
    - Seperate networks for every segment (namespace, host, pods)
    - New K8S service
    - Storage
    - Volumes - storageClass (vSphere integration)
    - Cloud Native Storage (CNS) - linking PVCs with vSphere
    - Security
    - VM Hardening process
    - Security with established tools, IAM with AD, micro-segmentation , monitoring & logging integration
    - Management of Network / Security profiles
    - Pod security policies through plans

    Audience:

    DevOps Engineers (SRE, CRE, CI/CD, Automation, etc…), Infrastructure / Operations Architects (optional), vSphere Admins

    Speakers:

    - Dieter Hubau, VMware Tanzu
    - Kristof Van Sever, Galagio
    - Thomas Valgaeren, Galagio
    - Jeroen Sterken, Galagio
  • Making the Kubernetes Developer Experience Better Recorded: Jun 30 2020 61 mins
    Guest, Jeffrey Hammond, Vice President & Principal Analyst, Forrester with Tiffany Jernigan & Jacob Bogie from VMware
    As enterprise developers race to adopt containers and Kubernetes, many find a steep learning curve that creates productivity challenges. Local Kubernetes environments don't always behave the same way as clusters in public clouds, while security and networking configurations can prove tricky to get just right. And as development and orchestration tools evolve, it can be a challenge to figure out how to assemble an effective tool-chain.

    Join guest speaker, Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond and Tiffany Jernigan, Senior Developer Advocate at VMware for a discussion on the tools and processes that enterprise developers are adopting to improve their Kubernetes experience.


    JOIN US TO LEARN:
    - Compelling ways to make the dev experience easier on Kubernetes
    - The trade-offs between DIY and prescriptiveness and everything in-between
    - Some best practices to deploy clusters securely as part of your tool chain


    Speakers:
    Guest, Jeffrey Hammond, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Forrester
    Tiffany Jernigan, Senior Developer Advocate, VMware
    Jacob Bogie, Cloud Platform Architect, VMware
  • [EMEA] Day Two Operations Made Easy with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (Part 1) Recorded: Jun 30 2020 64 mins
    Dieter Hubau, VMware Tanzu | Kristof Van Sever, Galagio | Thomas Valgaeren, Galagio | Jeroen Sterken, Galagio
    Installing Kubernetes is only the start of your Container Journey. Next you need to keep your clusters healthy, have strategies for upgrading Kubernetes, you need to be able to deploy and scale Kubernetes clusters without downtime, apply security fixes, manage enterprise-wide clusters on-site + in public cloud and of all you want consistent Kubernetes everywhere with good visibility.

    This can be a challenging task and that’s why In this webinar we want to show you how TKG Integrated edition (previous VMware Enterprise PKS) can ease these operations.

    Operational challenges:
    - Consistent Kubernetes everywhere
    - Kubernetes model across data centers & Clouds
    - Automate operations of multi cluster Kubernetes
    - Keep workloads properly isolated where required
    - Give developers secure, self-service access to conformant Kubernetes clusters (both private/public cloud)
    - Offer isolation on the network level between different clusters (UAT/prod)
    - Keep overview of the environment, with logging & monitoring

    # Part One

    Intro:
    - Tanzu Portfolio
    - Breaking down Organizational Silos
    - Consistent Kubernetes as a Service
    - Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Integrated Edition:
    - Automated multi cluster operations / Kubernetes lifecycle
    - TKGI on vSphere with NSX-T
    - Storage & Backup
    - Security
    - Monitoring and Logging
    Audience:

    DevOps Engineers (SRE, CRE, CI/CD, Automation, etc…), Infrastructure / Operations Architects (optional), vSphere Admins

    Speakers:

    - Dieter Hubau, VMware Tanzu
    - Kristof Van Sever, Galagio
    - Thomas Valgaeren, Galagio
    - Jeroen Sterken, Galagio

    Join us for Part Two with hands on demos!
  • Kubernetes for Day 2: FedOps Recorded: Jun 25 2020 58 mins
    Craig McLuckie, VP of Products and Strategy, VMware Tanzu and Michael Coté, Developer Advocate, VMware Tanzu
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    Join DevOps guru, Michael Coté, and Craig McLuckie, one of the founders of Kubernetes and VP of Products and Strategy at VMware Tanzu, in a Q&A session about the benefits of containers and K8s for operators. Dive into the outcomes K8s promises to the Ops community supporting modern applications and learn how VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid shines in this crowded market to enable these outcomes.
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    Jared Ruckle, Group Product Line Marketing Manager, Kartik Lunkad, Sr. Product Manager & Chris Umbel, Staff Engineer, VMware
    New open-source innovations for the .NET ecosystem abound. Now, business and IT leaders are giving their .NET application portfolio a fresh look. To bring these apps into the cloud era, leaders are wrestling with the best way to modernize these apps.

    Join us for a discussion of proven strategies that enterprises like yours have put into place to realize better business outcomes across their .NET estate. Our panel of experts will discuss these key issues:

    - Common criteria used to determine if an app should be re-written or simply containerized.
    - Considerations for .NET Framework and .NET Core
    - A survey of .NET microservices tooling (and when to use them)
    - Transition from a traditional Windows Server sysadmin model, in favor of immutable infrastructure
    - Migrating from Windows Server 2008 to a supported OS

    We’ll also review case studies of enterprises like yours that have successfully transitioned their .NET apps to a modern runtime.
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    VMware K8s Architects and KubeAcademy instructors, Alex Brand, Duffie Cooley, Jonathan Smith, Rachel Leekin, and Timmy Carr
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    Pre-requisite courses
    Containers 101: https://kube.academy/courses/containers-101
    Kubernetes 101: https://kube.academy/courses/kubernetes-101
  • Containerizing COTS applications to run on Kubernetes Recorded: Jun 10 2020 61 mins
    Ajay Balasankula, Senior Consulting Architect, Wipro, Shankar Krishnamoorthy, VMware & hosted by Kamala Dasika, VMware
    Third Party Applications or Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) Applications are mission critical, often consume expensive resources, and require manual maintenance. Can we take advantage of the elasticity, resilience, enhanced security, shortened software development cycles of cloud-native environments for these applications? Can these applications be containerized?

    Join the Wipro and VMware team as we discuss these topics and learn about the challenges, compelling business, and technological reasons for containerizing COTS software to run on Kubernetes. We will also demonstrate using Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as an example, how to transform the content and assets of a COTS application to a scalable and resilient environment leveraging the VMware Tanzu portfolio.

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  • Building Platforms on Kubernetes - Ask the Experts Recorded: May 20 2020 62 mins
    Josh Rosso, Rich Lander, and Eric Smalling. Moderated by Rachel Leekin.
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    Paul Sullivan, Solution Lead, VMware Pivotal Labs and Joe Moore, Staff Engineer Manager, VMware Pivotal Labs
    Software professionals are constantly deciding where to focus. Do we work on new features or do we need to respond to support tickets? How much time do we spend not coding in order to gather context and align on goals with the rest of the team? And is now the right time to review and update our toolchain and working agreements?

    Effectively balancing these demands can be even trickier when your team is working remotely, which many of us are doing for the first time due to the COVID crisis. How do you keep the big picture in mind while still shipping software? And what are the right tools and practices to being a healthy and effective software development team?

    VMware Pivotal Labs is a recognized leader in agile software development and has successfully delivered amazing business outcomes using distributed teams for hundreds of customers. Join us on May 14, 2020 to hear practical advice, processes, and practices we’ve developed for fully remote software development. Learn how to stay focused on business outcomes and high-velocity delivery. And discover why we are proponents of pair programming, and how to make remote pairing just as effective, regardless of where your pair is.
  • [EMEA] Using Tanzu Kubernetes Grid to Deploy Kubernetes with Ease Recorded: May 13 2020 63 mins
    Kendrick Coleman, Sr. Technical Product Line Manager, VMware
    Administrators are facing challenges trying to operationalize Kubernetes. Where do you start? Build a cluster from scratch? How hard is it to repeat? Is it still easily manageable and scalable?

    In this session, we will take a look at deploying Kubernetes clusters with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. This session will go over the TKG architecture and core concepts with a technical overview on automated multi-cluster operations, integrated platform services, and the alignment to open source technologies.
  • A Closer Look at Tanzu Mission Control – A Multi-Cluster K8s Management Platform Recorded: May 12 2020 60 mins
    Keith Lee, Technical Product Line Manager, VMware
    As the adoption of Kubernetes proliferates, enterprises need to deploy a growing number of Kubernetes clusters on-premises and across multiple clouds, and there is an increasing demand for a solution to reduce the operational overhead of maintaining and managing such distributed Kubernetes clusters.

    Join us for a session on VMware Tanzu Mission Control, a centralized Kubernetes management platform for operating and securing your Kubernetes clusters and application across teams and clouds. In this session, our presenter will take you through the key features of Tanzu Mission Control, as well as the technologies behind the scene, e.g. cluster API for consistent cluster lifecycle management, resource hierarchy, policy engine, Sonobuoy for cluster inspection etc.

    After this session, you will gain the knowledge of how a true multi-cluster management platform works. Don’t miss out, sign up today!
  • Blending Cloud Foundry with Kubernetes: A Look Inside VMware’s New App Service Recorded: May 5 2020 59 mins
    Jared Ruckle, Director of Product Marketing, VMware
    Kubernetes is the fastest-growing open-source project in history. And for good reason: Organizations can use it to drive more consistency and efficiency into their infrastructure at scale. At the same time, Cloud Foundry has offered an elegant developer experience for years. In this webinar, we will review how VMware combined these two technologies (and more) into a new enterprise application platform: Tanzu Application Service for Kubernetes, now a public beta.

    Join us, and hear from industry experts on these key topics:

    - How the Cloud Foundry API simplifies development and operational activities atop Kubernetes
    - An inside look at the beta release and how you can use it in your favorite Kubernetes environment
    - In-depth product demonstrations
  • Using Tanzu Kubernetes Grid to Deploy Kubernetes with Ease Recorded: Apr 30 2020 63 mins
    Kendrick Coleman, Sr. Technical Product Line Manager, VMware
    Administrators are facing challenges trying to operationalize Kubernetes. Where do you start? Build a cluster from scratch? How hard is it to repeat? Is it still easily manageable and scalable?

    In this session, we will take a look at deploying Kubernetes clusters with VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. This session will go over the TKG architecture and core concepts with a technical overview on automated multi-cluster operations, integrated platform services, and the alignment to open source technologies.
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    Dan Baskette, Director Technical Marketing and Jared Ruckle, Director of Product Marketing
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    - Minimize the disruption from your chatty apps with new logging rate limits.
    - Bring more heritage apps to TAS with a custom timeout interval.
    - Move more of your .NET portfolio to TAS, with support for .NET 4.8 and a new way to instantly modernize log streaming to the console.
    - An overview of Enterprise PKS 1.7, including support for Kubernetes profiles, enhanced storage options, and Kubernetes 1.16.

    We’ll also review new capabilities for sidecar architectures, and an improved layout for logs in Operations Manager.
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    David Julia, Director, VMware Pivotal Labs Sydney & Amjad Sidqi, Associate Director, VMware Pivotal Labs Sydney
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    Through our analysis of the scenario, we’ll share how you can:
    • Build statistically significant confidence in your system with data-driven testing
    • Take a Lean approach to legacy rewrites - strangle the monolith safely
    • Validate your system’s accuracy when you don’t know the legacy business rules
    • Get business and QA buy-in to leverage Continuous Delivery in a legacy environment
    • Show progress on your legacy rewrite so that your project doesn't get cancelled

    Finally, we’ll walk through some guidelines that you can immediately apply to determine what to do with your own applications. You’ll walk away armed with the knowledge of when to rewrite, buy something off the shelf, do nothing, containerise or “strangle” the application.
  • Innovate, Modernize, and Captivate Apps with VMware Tanzu Recorded: Apr 23 2020 50 mins
    James Watters, CTO, VMware Tanzu and Craig McLuckie, VP or Products and Strategy, VMware
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    During this webcast, Watters and McLuckie will discuss:
    - VMware Tanzu for developers, IT operations, and business leaders
    - How you can build and run modern applications on any cloud
    - Real world examples of how to increase developer productivity
    - Best practices and customer stories for the enterprise
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