Slides

Presentations given by VMware Tanzu technologists and advocates.

  • Protect Your Microservices with Spring Cloud Gateway

    Protect Your Microservices with Spring Cloud Gateway

    Microservice architectures simplify the individual components that comprise our applications, but they introduce new complexity in managing a high number of distributed APIs. With so many moving parts

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  • Introduction to Testcontainers

    Introduction to Testcontainers

    Traditional approaches to integration testing—using shared, local, or in-memory databases—fall short for today's modern developer. Developers today are building cloud native distributed microservices

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  • Running Untrusted Code in Spring with WebAssembly

    Running Untrusted Code in Spring with WebAssembly

    This session covers the basic mechanics of WebAssembly—what does it look like, how do you create one, and how do you run it?—and shows some examples of the newest, coolest server-side use cases. The a

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  • Declarative Clients in Spring

    Declarative Clients in Spring

    What is a declarative HTTP client vs. an imperative one? Why are they useful and why should I care? We’ll talk about options that are available in the Spring portfolio and what’s coming on the horizon

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  • Product Development Journey Markers

    Product Development Journey Markers

    Product Development Journey Health Markers

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  • Tanzu Developer Connect Workshop - Philadelphia

    Tanzu Developer Connect Workshop - Philadelphia

    Tanzu Developer Connect in Philadelphia

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  • Level Up Your Integration Testing With Testcontainers

    Level Up Your Integration Testing With Testcontainers

    Traditional approaches to integration testing—using shared, local, or in-memory databases—fall short for today's modern developer. Developers today are building cloud native distributed microservices

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  • Who Should Use Kubernetes

    Who Should Use Kubernetes

    Who should use Kubernetes? Like, who is Kubernetes for? Kubernetes can be difficult to install and complicated to use and manage. What are the benefits of Kubernetes, and at what point do these benefi

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  • Getting Started with Spring for GraphQL

    Getting Started with Spring for GraphQL

    WaffleCorp is a major provider of breakfast products available direct to consumer or through our strategic partnerships. The current implementation of the e-commerce platform is a monolithic Spring MV

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  • Getting The Most From Your Kubernetes Cluster

    Getting The Most From Your Kubernetes Cluster

    Deploying and running complex distributed applications involves a trade-off; we want to maximise performance and availability, and at the same time make responsible use of finite and costly compute re

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  • Responsible Microservices

    Responsible Microservices

    These days, you can’t swing a dry erase marker without hitting someone talking about microservices. Developers are studying Eric Evans' prescient book, Domain-Driven Design. Teams are refactoring mono

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  • Getting Started with Kubernetes

    Getting Started with Kubernetes

    If you’re working with just a few containers, managing them isn't too complicated. But what if you have hundreds or thousands? Think about having to handle multiple upgrades for each container, keepin

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  • A New CLI for Spring Developer Productivity

    A New CLI for Spring Developer Productivity

    Creating new apps based on company standards is harder than it should be. Furthermore, incrementally adding new features to that project over time is even harder with developers often cut-n-pasting co

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  • Observability: Beyond the Three Pillars with Spring

    Observability: Beyond the Three Pillars with Spring

    In this presentation, we’ll explore the basics of the three pillars and what Spring has to offer to implement them for logging (SLF4J), metrics (Micrometer), and distributed tracing (Spring Cloud Sleu

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  • Application Modernization: Migrating mainframe apps to the cloud using Spring

    Application Modernization: Migrating mainframe apps to the cloud using Spring

    Mainframes have been the engine for data processing for over 50 years, but we've reached that time where we move our applications off of the mainframe to new infrastructure, to the cloud, or a hybrid

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  • More Maintainable, Testable Applications with Dependency Injection in Spring

    More Maintainable, Testable Applications with Dependency Injection in Spring

    WaffleCorp is a .NET shop, whilst Waverley’s Waffles utilizes the power of Spring with Java. Now developers from both tech stacks are coming together as a team. Layla is a .NET developer and has no i

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  • TAP and Spring: The Quickest Path to Production

    TAP and Spring: The Quickest Path to Production

    As developers, we want to be able to iterate and develop our applications while having to jump through the fewest hoops possible. With Spring Boot, we're able to do just that! Unfortunately, if you th

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  • The Unicorn Project and the Five Ideals.pdf

    The Unicorn Project and the Five Ideals.pdf

    The Five Ideals: How Structure and Architecture Enable Developer Productivity - Gene Kim

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  • Tracy Miranda_DevOps Loop, May 2022.pdf

    Tracy Miranda_DevOps Loop, May 2022.pdf

    Blueprint for Secure OSS Supply Chains - Tracy Miranda

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  • Stacy Cashmore_What has speaking done for us.pptx.pdf

    Stacy Cashmore_What has speaking done for us.pptx.pdf

    What Has Public Speaking Ever Done for Us? - Stacy Cashmore

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