Digital transformation is fuelling the adoption of Kubernetes, which is being used across all industries today to help automate the deployment, management, and scaling of containerised applications. Enterprises are choosing Kubernetes and moving to a multi-cloud environment for a variety of reasons such as avoiding vendor lock-in, minimising risk and reducing cost. To meet the exact needs of development teams, multiple clouds are needed.
|08:30 – 09:00||Event Check in & Breakfast|
|09:00 – 09:15||Welcome & Workshop Introduction|
|09:15 – 09:35||Challenges faced by Platform teams maintaining Kubernetes Platforms|
|09:35 – 10:00||Introduction to Tanzu for Kubernetes Operations|
|10:00 – 10:45||How to simplify container management and optimise infrastructure performance across all your clouds|
|10:45 – 11:00||Break|
|11:00 – 12:30||Hands-On-Self Guided Lab
|12:30 – 13:30||Lunch including Q&A and networking|
|Stefan Schmidt, Senior Solution Engineer, Tanzu, VMware
Stefan "Steve" Schmidt is based in Switzerland and part of VMware Team Tanzu. He spent the last decade of his journey in IT with projects based on OpenSource cloud technologies for financial services, telco and pharma customers. In 2019 he joined Pivotal, as his focal point moved more and more towards microservice architectures, cloud native applications and the enabling methodologies. He is using his fascination for technology, his curiosity, empathy and active listening skills to navigate his customers towards their goals.
|Christian Schausberger, Senior Solution Engineer, VMware
Christian Schausberger is based in Austria and part of the VMware Solution Engineering Team. The first half of his 15-year tenure in the industry, Christian focused on solving problems for the media sector based on Linux and the wider Open Source catalog with a focus on monitoring. He also gained experience in the field of High Performance Computing. Later in Presales he focused on datacenter technologies like Enterprise Storage and Compute with a specific interest on VMware and SAP HANA Solutions. He joined VMware two years ago and has been an advocate for the Tanzu solution stack ever since.
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