Pivotal's slides from the Cloud-Native Workshop New York.
The Tanzu Developer Connect is a hands-on workshop that dives deep into TAP. Attendees receive a hands on experience. This is a great program to leverage accounts with current TAP opportunities.
Speakers: - Sree Ram, Microsoft - Eric Manley, VMware
Date: May 2023 Speaker: DaShaun Carter, Spring Developer Advocate, VMware
Date: May 2023 Speaker: Nate Schutta, Software Architect, VMware
Date: May 2023 Speaker: Jakub Pillimon, Staff Technologist, VMware
Date: May 2023 Speakers: Nate Schutta, Software Architect, VMware Dan Vega, Spring Developer Advocate, VMware
Date: May 2023 Speaker: Developer Advocate, VMware
Date: April 25, 2023 Speaker: Cora Iberkleid, Developer Advocate for Modern Applications, VMware Tanzu
Date: April 25, 2023 Speakers: - Steve Watkins, Advisory Solution Architect, VMware - Navin Poddar, Solutions Engineer for Modern Applications Platform, VMware Tanzu
Date: April 25, 2023 Speaker: Mario Gray, Principal Technologist, VMware
Date: April 25, 2023 Speaker: Dan Vega, Spring Developer Advocate, VMware
Date: April 25, 2023 Speaker: Glenn Renfro, Engineer, VMware
Event Slides: Tanzu Developer Connect | Public Sector Date: March 29, 2023
When writing a new Spring web app, teams often have some nagging scaling doubts: - How many users can my app simultaneously handle? - How fast will my @RestControllers dash out those JSON responses?
I’ll walk through how to build a simple streaming application using JDK 17, Spring Boot 3, and Apache Pulsar 2.11. At the end of this talk, you’ll have a simple streaming application running and read
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
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
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
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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