Nothing beats a freshly poured beer right from the tap. Join us for an intimate lunch & learn at Cinderlands Brewing to discuss real world challenges enterprises face when building, securing and deploying modern applications at scale. Whether you're a cloud engineer driving container adoption, a security team concerned with governance, or a developer learning to build in cloud native, this session will help you build secure software supply chains and break down the silos between teams.
Sponsored by our Pinnacle Partner CDW, this event is for all teams in development, platform engineering, security, cloud, and executives. We'll have special giveaways and goodies for everyone that attends. Join us!
Enhancing the Developer Experience
Unlock developer productivity and user experience with a Kubernetes abstraction layer that enables faster, more secure app design, development, and delivery.
Join VMware Tanzu for a live demonstration of Tanzu Application Platform. See how we abstract away individual components in the DevSecOps toolchain, and leverage these techniques in building, testing, verifying, deploying, and operating applications.
The Platform Experience
|11:30 AM – 12:00 PM||Food, Drinks, & Networking|
|12:00 PM – 12:15 PM||Introductions to Speakers & Content|
|12:15 PM – 12:35 PM||Presentation of CDW’s Digital Velocity practice|
|12:35 PM - 1:20 PM||Presentation and live demo of TAP|
|1:20 PM - 1:40 PM||Q&A|
|1:40 PM - 3:00 PM||Social Hour|
|John Paice is a Staff Solutions Engineer in VMware's Modern Applications business unit. He works with customers on cloud native platforms and modern application software delivery. He has experience in helping large scale enterprises build and run platforms like Tanzu, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes. Before joining VMware, he spent more than 10 years in enterprise IT architecture and engineering, building, running, and securing containerized application platforms at scale.|
|Jack Zinkiewicz, a Principal Field Solution Architect with CDW, is a modern apps sherpa with data center virtualization experience. He helps navigate the intersection of Hybrid Infrastructure and DevSecOps. He is a zealous maverick adept at supporting outcomes in continuous improvement, solutioning, architecting, and in helping executives (along with key business stakeholders and constituents) level-up in adopting cloud native patterns and practices.|
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