A series of live online events where your favorites from the community go in depth on different topics at the intersection of Spring and Kubernetes.
Workshop attendees will receive special edition swag
Apr 28, 2021
We’ll kick off SpringOne Tour with a look at some application modernization strategies driving production outcomes with Spring on Kubernetes. (And yes, that’s #booternetes.)
Then get ready to put your Kubernetes knowledge to practice in a hands-on workshop. We’ll cover tools and best practices for getting your Spring apps to Kubernetes quickly and easily. We’ll start at everyone’s (second) favorite place on the internet—start.spring.io—and walk through the process of creating new apps all the way through to automated deployments directly to Kubernetes. By the end of this session, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to target Kubernetes as your production environment.
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Michael Coté studies how large organizations get better at building software to run better and grow their business. His books Changing Mindsets, Monolithic Transformation, and The Business Bottleneck cover these topics. He’s been an industry analyst at RedMonk and 451 Research, done corporate strategy and M&A, and was a programmer. He also co-hosts several podcasts, including Software Defined Talk. Cf. cote.io, and is @cote on Twitter. Texas Forever!
Jakub Pilimon is a Staff Technologist at VMware, blogger, programmer, and trainer. His main duty is to tackle complex enterprises with Domain-Driven Design and to propose a model and architecture that solves a problem. Sometimes he is involved in refactoring projects. When he isn’t coding, you can find him riding his bike, reading, or practicing kitesurfing.
Jakub’s pet projects can be found at https://github.com/ddd-by-examples.
Hannah Foxwell is the Director for Platform Services at VMware Tanzu Labs, based in the UK. She leads a team of Solution Architects and Product Managers who are focused on building wildly successful Platform Teams with customers across EMEA. Hannah is a champion of the HumanOps movement, leads the HumanOps meetup in London and organizes DevOpsDays London.
Marc is a French technologist living in Germany with over 15 years of experience gathered in many projects for more than 60 customers in over 12 countries in the finance, software, retail, energy, medical, public, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors.
Passionate about application modernization, his main interests gravitate towards architecture, security, platform as a service, user experience, front-end technologies, open-source software, and Java enterprise.
Founder of Spring Cloud, Spring Boot, Spring Batch, and an active contributor to Spring Integration, Spring Framework, Spring AMQP, Spring Security.
Ollie is a software engineer on the Spring Commercial team at VMware Tanzu. He is currently working on the Spring Cloud Gateway for Kubernetes project which is now has a beta release available. He has spoken at a number of conferences about Java and Kubernetes and his spare time enjoys cycling.
Software Engineer interested in building products people love in agile environments with a focus on high-quality tests and clean code. At the moment, I am part of the Spring Engineering team at VMware working from Seville, Spain on a fully remote team. We are building Spring Cloud related products and frameworks to help people adopting a microservices architecture and improving the experience of Spring in Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes. I like to focus on Reliability, Continuous Delivery, and Testing tasks and I mainly commit to Java Open Source projects.
Alexey is a member of the Spring Cloud Services team based in London. After years of exploring the depths of software development industry, he ended up being a fan of agile software development and lean approach, extreme programming and TDD, Spring Framework and tools that just work.
Oded Shopen is a Lead Specialist Solution Engineer at VMware, spreading the message of Cloud-Native development, Tanzu and App Transformation. He helped design large-scale, cloud-native microservices using Tanzu, Spring Boot, and Spring Cloud.