Achieving DevSecOps Outcomes with Tanzu Advanced

6 July 2021
9:30 GMT / 10:30 CET

Event Intro

Many organizations struggle with delivering enterprise applications faster, while simultaneously reducing risk.

This virtual event will help you understand why enterprises choose VMware Tanzu as the trusted and attestable modern application platform.

You'll learn how Tanzu can help you develop, build and deliver modern applications with speed and security in mind—and simplify and secure their operation. The event will also include a live end-to-end demonstration of these capabilities from the perspective of developers, InfoSec analysts, and IT operators.

Here’s what we’ll explore during this two-hour, live virtual event:

  • The ways in which Tanzu products utilize containers, Cloud Native Buildpacks, and digital attestation to manage trust from the beginning to the end of each release cycle
  • How a cloud native software platform, combined with the Spring Java and Steeltoe.NET development frameworks, injects good security practices into software development
  • How delivery pipelines can validate, trust, and manage the risk of added software and generated applications and containers
  • The power of the Harbor registry as a DevSecOps checkpoint prior to release to an infrastructure environment
  • The advantages of a Kubernetes operations environment (including a global management console), a software defined network, and a cloud native software platform on secure operations
  • The visibility and insight VMware products bring to secure operations

A basic understanding of modern application development processes, including containers and Kubernetes.


10:30 - 10:50 Introduction & Developer/Tools
10:50 - 11:20 Continuous integration / Tanzu Build Service / Registry
11:20 - 11:30 Break
11:30 - 11:50 Tanzu Application Catalog
11:50 - 12:20 Tanzu Kubernetes Grid / Tanzu Mission Control / Tanzu Service Mesh
12:20 - 12:30 Tanzu Observability & Closing


Clemens Jütte, Senior Platform Architect
Clemens works as Senior Platform Architect at VMware on topics around modern applications and architectures, Kubernetes and anything Tanzu. He gathered cloud experience at Pivotal and Microsoft. Technologist at heart, he keeps his head in the clouds and his feet walking with his family, living in the Rheinland of Germany, where he is already excited about the next big things coming up in IT.
Mohamed Shahat, Senior Solutions Engineer
Mohamed Shahat is a passionate Software Architect with a background in distributed systems, service-oriented, microservices and cloud-native architectures. Shahat has served tons of clients across industries in the MENA region and Europe. In recent years, he spent his time helping teams with their journey to cloud-native and in deploying technologies such as Spring, CloudFoundry and Kubernetes. Shahat is particularly interested in Modern Software practices and helping Enterprises scale through running, operating Software and transforming teams' ways of working. Shahat is a Certified Kubernetes Administrator and Developer and is a member of the IEEE Computer Society. Follow him on Twitter @mshahat_eg
David M. Zendzian (dmz), Global Field CISO, Tanzu
David has over 30 years Information Technology and Security experience and is the VMware Tanzu Global Field CISO. David came to VMware/Pivotal from a stealth startup bank where he was CISO responsible for building the complete security program for a startup FDIC regulated bank. Before the bank startup, David was co-founder of ZZ Servers a provider of hybrid cloud managed security and hosting focusing on businesses needing PCI, HIPAA and other security solutions. David saw the need to create ZZ Servers after spending years as a PCI QSA and Penetration tester working with companies such as Virgin Mobile, Williams Sonoma, Wells Fargo Bank, US Marine Corps and As an industry leader David also gives his time back and volunteers with and speaks at industry events such as Security BSides and is co-founder and Board member of Security BSides Charleston a 501c3 just finishing it’s 8th year providing information security training to the local Charleston community.

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We look forward to you joining us.


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