VMware Tanzu To Go is an exciting in-person, hands-on workshop for application developers, where attendees will use open-source tooling to create their own custom development workstation with Kubernetes for cloud-native environments.
Join us on January 20th at the Aloft Dallas Downtown Hotel, where you’ll be able to use your personal computer or a hosted environment to craft an embedded platform for rapid iterative development with containers, without needing to be an expert in containerization.
We'll use Tanzu Community Edition, VMware’s open-source Kubernetes distribution, and tools like Knative, kpack, and Cartographer to implement rapid code-to-deployment pipelines. Create the ultimate, easy to deploy dev platform and take it with you... to go!
COVID-19 Vaccination: VMware requires that all attendees affirm that they have been fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC/WHO) as a precursor to attending this event. Per CDC/WHO, people are considered fully vaccinated if they are ≥ 2 weeks following receipt of the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series or ≥ 2 weeks following receipt of a single-dose vaccine. By attending this event, you are attesting that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC/WHO.”
Tanzu To Go is intended for you to install and run on your personal laptop, and take with you! Attendees who choose not to use their own laptop will be provided with a cloud server to run the workshop content.
These are the prerequisites for the laptop you bring:
|8:30am–9:00am||Event Check-In & Breakfast|
|9:15am-10:30am||Tanzu Community Edition: Participants will install the open-source Kubernetes distribution on their personal laptop, or a hosted environment if they choose, and learn how to use integrated packages to customize their environment.|
|10:45am-12:00pm||Application Development Tooling: Participants will configure tooling to implement container builds, application runtimes, and CI/CD capabilities to create a self-contained, Kubernetes-native development workstation.|
|12:00pm-12:30pm||Open Discussion: Participants will review content, join in open Q&A, and cover resources for onboarding their own applications into the development environment.|
|Corby Page, Staff Solution Engineer, VMware Tanzu
Corby has over 20 years of software development experience, focusing on open source and agile methodologies. Today, he loves working with dev teams to make them more productive and effective on cloud-native platforms.
|Edwin Schneider, Account Executive, VMware Tanzu
Edwin has over 20 years of software experience working with DevOps and infrastructure teams. Over the last 5 years he’s been active in the Kubernetes ecosystem as a presenter and organizer for community events. Today, he loves enabling the community to leverage cloud-native tools.
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We look forward to you joining us.