Unfortunately, we are at capacity for this workshop, please add your name to our waitlist here. We will contact you should a space become available.
Now that you are familiar with Kubernetes, in this workshop we are going to show you how to get your Spring apps up and running on Kubernetes. This workshop will take you from everyone’s favorite place on the internet, start.spring.io all the way to automated deployments directly to Kubernetes. We will cover tools, as well as best practices, that will make getting your Spring app from your dev machine to your Kubernetes (production) even faster and easier. In addition we will spend some time showing you how to use Spring Cloud Kubernetes to build cloud native Spring apps that run on Kubernetes. By the end of this workshop you will have all the knowledge you need to target Kubernetes as your production environment.
- Focus: Developer (basic knowledge of Spring and Kubernetes required)
- 3.5-4 Hours
- Event log-in details will be provided in your confirmation & reminder emails
- Max Capacity: 50 attendees
Dave Syer, VMware Tanzu
Founder of Spring Cloud, Spring Boot, Spring Batch, lead of Spring Security OAuth, and an active contributor to Spring Integration, Spring Framework, Spring AMQP, Spring Security. Dave is an experienced, delivery-focused architect and development manager. He has designed and built successful enterprise software solutions using Spring, and implemented them in major institutions worldwide.
Ryan Baxter, VMware Tanzu
Exploring new languages, frameworks, and technologies, and then sharing what he’s learned, has always come naturally to Ryan. Even when it wasn't his day job, Ryan has always been driven by his passion, spending his time and energy educating his friends, colleagues, or anyone else that would listen. Currently, Ryan is working as a software engineer as part of the Spring Cloud team. Ryan has a passion for sharing what he learns via social media, including Twitter and his blog (http://ryanjbaxter.com), as well as in person at conferences. When he’s not coding, Ryan likes spending time with his daughter, ice fishing, running obstacle course races, and watching the Red Sox.
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We each have different backgrounds and experiences. At VMware, we have three core values that we expect all to abide by: do the right thing, do what works, and be kind.
- Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative.
- Refrain from using any demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and speech.
Unacceptable behavior may include, but is not limited to, the following:
- Harassment and discrimination, which includes: any verbal, physical, or visual conduct based on sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, transgender status, race, age, national origin, disability, or other protected characteristics; inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in public spaces (including presentation slides); deliberate intimidation, stalking, or following; harassing photography or recording; sustained disruption of sessions, talks, or other events; and inappropriate physical contact, or any unwelcome sexual attention.
- Using any boisterous, lewd, or offensive behavior or language; using sexually explicit or offensive language or conduct; using profanity, obscene gestures, or racial, religious, homophobic, transphobic, or ethnic slurs; commenting about a person’s body or sexual activity; and discussing sexual activity.
- Failing to obey any of the rules or regulations of the event or instructions of the event staff.
- Participating in any other illegal activity not already covered above.
Consequences of unacceptable behavior
We won’t tolerate unacceptable behavior. If a participant engages in unacceptable behavior, the event organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the event without warning or refund and, if appropriate, involving local law enforcement. Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately.
How to report unacceptable behavior
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We thank our attendees in advance for your help in keeping the event welcoming, respectful, and friendly to all participants.
Thank you for your interest! We are at capacity for this workshop, registration is closed.
We look forward to you joining us.