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DevOps + Kubernetes Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, Co-Creator of Kubernetes

How do the ideas of DevOps apply to the cloud native world? How can mature enterprises use Kubernetes as a DevSecOps platform?

Join us to get answers to your questions about DevOps in the age of Kubernetes during an exclusive Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes and Principal Engineer at VMware, on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.

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Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes & Principal Engineer, VMware and Cora Iberkleid, Staff Technologist, VMware
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  • RabbitMQ 3.9.0 dallo stream al cloud native Nov 10 2021 9:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Daniele Palaia, Data Engineer, VMware Tanzu, Gabriele Santomaggio, Senior Developer RabbitMQ, VMware Tanzu
    Nelle ultime versioni RabbitMQ ha introdotto molte novità sul lato cloud native, kubernetes, monitoring e automation.

    * RabbitMQ Cluster Kubernetes Operator automatizza il provisioning, la gestione e le operazioni dei cluster RabbitMQ in esecuzione su Kubernetes.
    * Dalla versione 3.9.0 è disponibile lo stream queue, un tipo di coda al altissimo throughput ( milioni di messaggi al secondo) che si integra con altri tipi di code permettendo cosi topologie complesse da AMQP, Stream, MQTT etc..

    In questo webinar faremo una panoramica su tutte le novita introdotte dalla nuova versione di RabbitMQ, partendo da semplici casi, per arrivare a dimostrare le funzionalità di prodotto e ad illustrare possibii use cases reali di utilizzo.
  • Application Platform Economics - Let's Look at ROI Nov 9 2021 2:00 am UTC 56 mins
    Charlie Dai, Principal Analyst, Forrester & David Kari, Head of Solution Engineering VMware Tanzu, APJ, VMware
    As organisations approach application modernisation and migration initiatives, they are looking at modern cloud-native architectures, utilising newer deployment approaches with higher levels of automation, to deliver speed, agility, flexibility and security. Using these approaches, application and operation teams are achieving amazing results for their businesses and customers by automatically deploying application code into production via an elastic, scalable and fully managed application platform.

    In this virtual event we will evaluate the key findings from the Forrester Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study, commissioned by VMware Tanzu, which examined the potential return on investment of VMware Tanzu Application Service. Based on customer interviews, Forrester calculated an ROI of 142%, with organisations achieving a 75% reduction in time spent deploying security patches and an increase in developer productivity by 80%.

    This session will:
    - Provide an overview of the cloud-native application delivery trends
    - Outline the key benefits of cloud-native for enterprise application modernisation
    - List some of the major challenges of embracing cloud-native technologies
    - Consider some of the selection criteria and requirements for development platforms

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  • DevOps + Kubernetes: Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, Co-Creator of Kubernetes Nov 4 2021 4:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes & Principal Engineer, VMware and Cora Iberkleid, Staff Technologist, VMware
    How do the ideas of DevOps apply to the cloud native world? How can mature enterprises use Kubernetes as a DevSecOps platform?

    Join us to get answers to your questions about DevOps in the age of Kubernetes during an exclusive Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes and Principal Engineer at VMware.

    Register to save your seat.

    Don’t forget to bring your questions!
  • So You Built a Kubernetes Platform, Now What? Oct 28 2021 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    James Urquhart, Tanzu Executive Technical Advisor, & Jay Lyman, Senior Research Analyst, 451 Research
    So You Built a Kubernetes Platform, Now What? Achieving Platform Economics with Kubernetes

    The ecosystem that’s developed around Kubernetes is astonishing, if not overwhelming, as demonstrated by the 99 projects hosted by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), and that’s just open source. According to 451 Research there are more than 80 commercial vendors in the container management and orchestration segment, with major growth in areas like monitoring and logging, DevOps and CI/CD, and data management to name a few*.

    Because of Kubernetes’ portability, flexibility, speed, and infrastructure efficiency, many organizations are building their own Kubernetes-based platforms. But these DIY platforms fall short of delivering a good developer experience, leaving many developers stitching together various cloud services or components to get their code to production. This toil takes them away from writing code, fuels redundancy and inefficiency, and, worst of all, fails to add business value.

    So, what’s an ambitious platform engineer to do? How do you build a great, self-service developer experience on Kubernetes? And how do you make it safe, scalable, and consistent?

    Join James Urquhart, Tanzu executive technical advisor, and Jay Lyman, senior research analyst for cloud native and DevOps at 451 Research, in conversation about what you’ll need to deliver a great application platform on top of Kubernetes.

    Moderated by Rita Manachi

    *Source: Applied Infrastructure & DevOps Market Monitor: Application Container Ecosystem; By Greg Zwakman, Jay Lyman, Kathleen Frodyma; June 21, 2021.
  • Building Data Analytics Platforms with Observability using Deployment Blueprints Oct 27 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Harmen Van der Linde, Senior Director - Cloud Data Platforms & Geeta Kulkarni, Staff Engineer - Office of the CTO, VMware
    Kubernetes is becoming the preferred deployment option for data analytics platforms. The adoption of cloud infrastructures has created a new set of deployment challenges for data analytics platforms with stateful software runtimes. Some of these include, how to stitch together multiple runtimes, runtime deployment placement to avoid performance issues, and the deployment of instrumentation for collecting metrics from multiple runtime instances.

    However, the deployment and troubleshooting of these multi-cluster Kubernetes environments doesn’t have to be challenging.

    Join this webinar to learn about how VMware Tanzu solutions can address these visibility and deployment challenges - from initial deployment to ongoing management of containerized data platforms. You will learn how modern DevOps teams can use:

    - Tanzu Application Catalog, a curated catalog of production-ready open source software from the Bitnami collection, for software management
    - Tanzu Mission Control for Kubernetes cluster management and deployment blueprints for deployment automation
    - Tanzu Observability for integrated, full-stack observability with out-of-the-box dashboards.
  • Get Started Using Distributed Tracing with OpenTelemetry in Tanzu Observability Recorded: Oct 21 2021 44 mins
    Mary Chen, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Scott Rogers, Technical Marketing Manager, Sri Harsha Yayi, Product Manager
    When managing a microservices environment, it’s critical for teams including developers, SREs and platform engineers to use trace data to fully understand the complexity for root cause analysis. A self-service model to actively trace and troubleshoot each service while also understanding how services interact is needed to shorten feedback loops to rapidly resolve application performance issues. Without traces, teams go blind into their production environment and incidents often involve many DevOps engineers just to establish a base understanding of what’s going on.

    We’ll show you how to use OpenTelemetry automated instrumentation to add automated tracing to your microservice-based Java application.

    We’ll also demonstrate how to use distributed tracing in Tanzu Observability to:
    - Visualize trace data and service maps with metrics
    - Trace sampling, save traces locally, and more
    - Create alerts and share insights with relevant team members
  • Tanzu Application Service 2.12: A First Look Recorded: Oct 14 2021 45 mins
    Beena More, Product Marketing Manager, VMware, Mike Jarvis, Product Manager, VMware, David Stevenson, Tech Lead, VMware
    Join us for a look at VMware Tanzu Application Service 2.12 with demos and expert Q&A. In this session, we’ll review the top release highlights, including:

    - Support for HTTP/2
    - Compliance fortification via TLS version 1.3
    - Simplified app development with enhanced CF CLI v8 version
    - Dependable tooling via curated CF CLI containerized image
    - Longer duration certificates
    - RBAC enhancements – a new role with granular restricted access
    - More-secure access for custom application metrics endpoint

    Learn all about the latest updates to the platform that enterprises trust to continuously deliver and run their applications both on-premises and across clouds.
  • Observability for Modern Application and Kubernetes Environments Recorded: Oct 12 2021 58 mins
    Chris Todd, Staff Engineer II, Scott Kelly, Sr. Product Marketing Manager & Scott Rogers, Technical Product Marketing Manager
    Modern cloud applications are increasingly complex and the traditional ways of monitoring are not up to the task. This leaves gaps in visibility, which leads to longer MTTR and lower SLA scores.

    The State of Tanzu Observability 2021 report, commissioned by VMware, found that more than 80% of IT professionals agree that traditional monitoring tools aren’t adequate for monitoring modern cloud applications.

    Observability is a new way to get insights into the performance of modern cloud environments. It’s the ability to collect a vast amount of telemetry data from a diverse set of data sources—cloud applications and services, infrastructures, Kubernetes, etc. - in a single place and ask intelligent questions in real time.

    In this webinar, we will introduce the latest enhancements to VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront, and show how it helps DevOps, including developers and SREs, and platform teams troubleshoot faster. Also, Chris Todd, an SRE architect on the vRealize team, will share how his cloud engineering team uses Tanzu Observability to:

    - Delivers critical cloud services with strict SLAs
    - Get visibility into Kubernetes components and CI/CD pipelines
    - Improve the end user experience
  • DevOps + Kubernetes Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, Co-Creator of Kubernetes Recorded: Oct 5 2021 62 mins
    Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes & Principal Engineer, VMware and Cora Iberkleid, Staff Technologist, VMware
    How do the ideas of DevOps apply to the cloud native world? How can mature enterprises use Kubernetes as a DevSecOps platform?

    Join us to get answers to your questions about DevOps in the age of Kubernetes during an exclusive Ask-Me-Anything with Joe Beda, co-creator of Kubernetes and Principal Engineer at VMware, on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.

    Register to save your seat.

    Don’t forget to bring your questions!
  • Digital Transformation: The Critical Role of Architecture Recorded: Oct 4 2021 59 mins
    VMware Tanzu Value Advisors, moderated by Bernard Golden, Executive Technical Advisor, VMware
    High on every technology executive’s punch list is enabling and accelerating digital transformation. Architecture plays a critical role in digital transformation -- just as you can’t build a sturdy house on a weak foundation, so too is software architecture a necessary foundation for tomorrow’s applications.

    This webinar will cover the role of architecture in the digital business of tomorrow and discuss how to ensure a tech organization can put the right architectures in place to support cloud native applications. Specific topics covered include:

    The first steps a technology leader should take in implementing cloud native architectures
    - Major challenges in moving to modern software architectures
    - How to balance implementing cloud native architectures while maintaining existing legacy applications
    - How to ensure new architectures support company requirements in security, compliance, and pipeline automation

    Anyone interested in learning about these topics from been-there, done-that executives who have led moves to cloud native architectures as part of company digital transformations.
  • Close the Lab-to-Production Gap for Kubernetes with Cloud-Native App Delivery Recorded: Sep 29 2021 56 mins
    Keith Lee, Sr. Manager, Technical Marketing, VMware, Bhushan Pai, Sr. Technical Product Manager, VMware
    As enterprises modernize and build container-based Kubernetes applications, they are confronted by a lab-to-production gap that challenges their ability to operationalize the applications. While app teams can quickly develop and validate Kubernetes applications in dev environments, a very different set of connectivity, security, and operational considerations await networking and operations teams who deploy the applications to production environments. In this webinar, you will learn the blockers for production-ready Kubernetes applications and ways to address the challenges.

    - Deliver comprehensive container networking services for both traditional and cloud-native applications
    - Provide scalable load balancer and container ingress services, dynamic service discovery, traffic management, and web application security across multi-cluster and multi-cloud environments
    - Leverage VMware Tanzu and NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi Networks) integration

    We hope to see you there!
  • Accelerating Innovation with Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Recorded: Sep 28 2021 51 mins
    Woo Jung, Head of Data Science for Asia Pacific and Japan, VMware
    For enterprises, data science & machine learning are really all about leveraging data to increase what you know and reduce what you don’t know. Enterprises that do this successfully to innovate rapidly realise tremendous business value. The VMware Tanzu data science team partners with clients on this innovation journey to accelerate.

    In this session, we introduce how we engage with clients on their journey to become more data driven, with a focus on the following three accelerators:
    - Experience
    - Methodology
    - Technology

    For more information on privacy practices and how we process data, please see the VMware Privacy Policy: https://www.vmware.com/help/privacy.html
  • How VMware IT are Modernising Applications with VMware Tanzu Recorded: Sep 9 2021 58 mins
    Roopa Raj, Vice President – Head of IT – APJ, VMware & Moin Tavargere, Senior Manager IT - APJ, VMware
    VMware is undergoing a significant digital transformation to support the transition from perpetual-licensed software to subscription and SaaS. To enable this transition, VMware IT need to deliver new capabilities in an accelerated timeframe while improving performance, resiliency and the user experience. To rapidly deliver new business services, VMware IT modernised several mission-critical apps, tackling many of the same complex transformation issues faced by VMware’s own customers.

    Join us to hear why VMware IT selected VMware Tanzu to help modernise VMware Customer Connect™ (formerly known as My VMware®), a self-service portal that millions of users access each month to evaluate products, download software binaries, manage software licenses and request support.

    By moving to a cloud native platform, VMware IT were able to deliver:
    - 40% improvement in cloud service response time
    - 25% increase in developer productivity
    - Improvement of service availability to 99.95%
  • The Cloud Operating Model Recorded: Sep 2 2021 13 mins
    Mandy Storbakken, Cloud Technologist, VMware
    Much of the industry narrative around cloud, positions public cloud services as the solution to bring agility, scale, and flexibility to today’s enterprises. Simply consuming services from a public cloud provider is an option, but one that circumvents the processes, policies, and governance that have been put in place for your enterprise to protect you and your customers.

    By simply adopting some of the same processes that allow the hyper-scale providers to operate and innovate at the rate and scale that they do many enterprises are much closer to being able to deliver these same benefits on their existing platforms then they realize.

    In this discussion we’ll look at best practice for modernizing your on-premises environment to make it easier to adopt hyperscaler services and unify cost management, governance and automation across both environments.

    Learn more about:
    - Apps & Cloud: A Tale of Three Transformations at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/500123
    - DevSecOps & App Transformation at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/501903

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  • DevSecOps & App Transformation: Deliver Better Software, Faster Recorded: Aug 31 2021 12 mins
    Derrick Harris, Manager VMware Tanzu Solutions, VMware
    While the exact reasons for modernizing and building new applications are different for every organisation, everyone is driving towards the ability to thrive in an era dominated by digital experiences. To do that, application stacks are being rebuilt from the ground up to account for the speed, flexibility, and security that modern software requires.

    As not all applications are created equally, how you approach the different pieces of your application portfolio will vary. Join us as we unpack how you can best leverage the 5 Rs of application modernization - Retire, Retain, Rehost, Replatform or Refactor – to tackle legacy and build modern applications. By integrating a DevSecOps (development + security + operations) approach, this can further accelerate the path from code to customer, integrating security into the application lifecycle without reducing the speed of development.

    Learn more about:
    - Apps & Cloud: A Tale of Three Transformations at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/500123
    - The Cloud Operating Model at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/500126

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  • What’s new in Tanzu? Summer 2021 Update Recorded: Aug 26 2021 54 mins
    Dormain Drewitz, Senior Director of Product Marketing for VMware Tanzu
    As we cautiously return to some pre-pandemic ways, some habits are forever changed. Online shopping. Telehealth. Remote work. Fitness apps. The dust hasn't settled (and may never do so) on our new normal digital load. The pressure on companies, governments, and other entities to digitize and modernize remains.

    Supporting digitization and modernization are three layers of transformation: applications and APIs, DevSecOps, and cloud infrastructure. VMware Tanzu is a portfolio of products and services designed to simplify operations across multi-cloud infrastructure, accelerate software delivery with DevSecOps, and modernize applications and APIs.

    Join Dormain Drewitz, Senior Director of Product Marketing for VMware Tanzu, for a rapid-fire update on all the latest capabilities from VMware Tanzu. In this one hour session, you’ll learn:
    - New ways Tanzu is enabling transformation at the data layer
    - New ways Tanzu is simplifying how developers adopt new application patterns
    - New ways Tanzu is automating chores for platform teams building DevSecOps platforms
    - Where to find resources to learn more
  • Apps & Cloud: A Tale of Three Transformations Recorded: Aug 25 2021 12 mins
    Betty Junod, Senior Director Cloud Solutions, VMware
    To remain competitive, organisations are transforming how they build and deliver innovative digital products. While it’s the application that ultimately powers customer interactions; transformation occurs at several layers to support these new digital initiatives. Businesses are looking at modernizing and building new applications to be deployed in the cloud, in managed data centres and in edge locations.

    To help you deliver your modern cloud strategy, join us as we introduce the three transformations that are accelerating the delivery of digital services:
    - App Transformation
    - DevSecOps Transformation
    - Cloud Infrastructure Transformation

    Learn more about:
    - DevSecOps & App Transformation at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/501903
    - The Cloud Operating Model at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14883/500126

    For more information on privacy practices and how we process data, please see the VMware Privacy Policy: https://www.vmware.com/help/privacy.html
  • How Data Management for VMware Tanzu Makes Data Simple in vSphere Recorded: Aug 24 2021 36 mins
    Bob Glithero, Product Marketing Senior Manager, VMware & Rahmat Heikal, Advisory Solutions Architect, VMware
    Enterprises want to achieve digital transformation through modern application development strategies, but much of their data is anchored to legacy provisioning and management processes. How can we bridge these two worlds to bring the speed and agility of cloud-native processes to the vSphere data center?

    With Data Management for Tanzu, both enterprises and cloud service providers can deliver database-as-a-service for their own users or other organisations. The self-service provisioning and automated database lifecycle management enables developers and other end users to easily self-provision their choice of MySQL or Postgres database clusters. With Data Management for Tanzu, end users gain self-service convenience, while enterprises can enforce conformance to policies and standards.

    For more information on privacy practices and how we process data, please see the VMware Privacy Policy: https://www.vmware.com/help/privacy.html
  • Data Management for VMware Tanzu: SQL Made Simple for vSphere Recorded: Aug 19 2021 56 mins
    Bob Glithero, Product Marketing Sr Manager, VMware, Bob Webster, Tanzu Data Lead, VMware Purna Mehta, Product Manager, VMware
    Enterprises have an increasing need for innovation at speed and scale. However, most organizations still manage fleets of databases with obsolete ways of provisioning and management. It’s hard to manage mixed databases and versions, complex cloud and data center environments, variable capacity demands, backups, upgrades, and replication, all while delivering a simple, self-service experience.

    Data Management for Tanzu (DMS) is Data Made Simple in the vSphere data center. DMS is a customer-managed DBaaS solution that brings ease of operations, automation, and scalability for MySQL and Postgres in vSphere. In this session, we will demonstrate the simplicity and power of DMS to simplify the database provisioning and management lifecycle, including database creation, backups, replication, upgrades, and patching​.

    With DMS, end users gain self-service convenience, while enterprises can enforce conformance to policies and standards. Please follow the registration link and join us to take the next step in your data center automation journey!
  • DevSecOps - The Sec is Silent Recorded: Aug 11 2021 165 mins
    Tony Vetter, Sr. Technical Product Manager, Modern Apps, VMware
    DevOps has been a hot buzzword for a decade. Like Agile before it, many now claim to be doing some degree of DevOps. But looking more closely, software release processes are still slow and manual.

    A common roadblock in making the path to production frictionless and automated is security. Late-stage security checks catching vulnerabilities that need rework. Lack of adherence to security architecture requirements. Manual approaches to remediation. Combined with ever-growing concern over security breaches and the need to solve for the security in DevOps is heightened. Hence, the rise of DevSecOps.

    Arguably, if you're doing DevOps right, you've solved for security. But, clearly, that's not always the case, and not always something that happens organically either. In this talk, Tony Vetter will demo part of the VMware Tanzu portfolio to show you how to bring better security practices into your DevOps workflows in a transparent and automated way.
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