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Presenter: Francisco Hernandez, VMware Data Management for Tanzu has a complete set of APIs that allows applications to create, modify, and delete databases from other applications. In this demo, Fr
Integration testing for distributed containerized applications poses new challenges in terms of practices, tools, and environments for developers who want to carry out more prod-like integration testi
In 1985, 38 percent of people going into IT careers were women; now the percentage is 25 percent. How can an organization create an environment to attract, retain, and promote women in IT? At OneMagni
Modern web applications (and platforms such as Kubernetes) commonly leverage Open ID Connect (OIDC) to provide AuthN/AuthZ. At the same time, many organizations use Active Directory/LDAP to manage use
In this session, you'll learn how an experiment led to the launch of a new product, the Cloud App Optimizer. This product allows teams as Ford to schedule downtime of applications that don't need t
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In software development organizations, security is often treated as an afterthought and tacked on at the end of the development processes versus being integrated throughout the entire software develop
A global automotive company engaged Deloitte for their Finance and Direct Procurement Business Process Transformation with a common data model to enable innovation and accelerate sustained fitness.
Voya embarked on our digital transformation journey in early 2018. There was a growing imperative for us to modernize our digital applications. Voya grew from a set of mergers and acquisitions. In add
Imagine: you’re responsible for 700GB a day of provider and customer data flowing through 300 different stream applications, scaled to 2,500 containers on a cloud platform. No pressure, but… How do yo
Many enterprises have enjoyed amazing results by adopting agile methods, but that success is not without its challenges. Increasing code quality, shipping value faster, and getting better software out
We're a team of graduate students from the University of Washington who have been partnering with Carina, a nonprofit tech organization, to support their efforts to build a more inclusive product. Car
As we increase our adoption of microservice architectures and cloud, our ability to see inside our services becomes increasingly important. With more moving parts, there are more places where problems
Throughout the DoD, many branches of the military are starting to see the value in agile software delivery as a way to deliver capabilities faster and cheaper. Yet despite the favor for agile, many ar
Today’s technology and business environment are changing so fast that evolution has overtaken adoption. Application development is one such area where we have evolved from silo application codes runni
As Product Managers, we have a love-hate relationship with product roadmaps. For example, in the past, we've struggled to answer questions such as: - How to create a roadmap that communicates
Long-term platform maintenance requires a holistic monitoring mindset that extends beyond just measuring availability. This presentation builds off of Jim Thomson's and David Laing’s presentation, “Ex
At Gap, retailers' peak season starts in October and goes until December 25th. Black Friday and CyberMonday are the highest traffic days. "Peak Preparation" is a multi-month process that culmina
Heritage apps come in all shapes and sizes. The wheel of technology rolls on and many of us find ourselves responsible for valuable software built with technologies that make us uncertain how to lever
Too often, we glide past the idea that “software is eating the world” and that organizations must master software to survive. But what problems are they actually having that software can help with? So