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It’s now easier than ever to bring backing services running on Kubernetes to apps running on VMware Tanzu Application Service. VMware Tanzu Service Manager, now generally available, brings the cf marketplace lifecycle commands to services—such as databases, message queues, or caches—packaged for Kubernetes. You can download Tanzu Service Manager via the Tanzu Network. (Be sure to …

The free availability of hundreds of thousands of open-source applications and components available as containers in public registries like Docker Hub presents both opportunities and challenges for enterprises looking to make the most of their shiny new Kubernetes clusters. Open-source software achieves a wide variety of functionality within modern applications, removing the need for developers …

The VMware Tanzu Support Community and Knowledge Management team is proud to announce that it’s received a STAR Award for outstanding innovation, leadership, and excellence. The awards are administered by the Technology & Services Industry Association (TSIA), a leading research and advisory firm. With this award, Tanzu Support joins the ranks of other TSIA STAR Award winners, …

Mainframe modernization is typically viewed as a multiyear, transformational journey that requires  long planning phases and a massive buildout before any returns can be realized. To be sure, there are many enticing short-term migration options, like offloading work to cheaper processors, getting volume discounts from your mainframe provider, using hardware and middleware emulators, leveraging COBOL-to-Java …

Day 2 at SpringOne 2020 will flash into the future of cloud native computing while grounding us in the innovations that are paving the way. We will start the day with a keynote focused on building and scaling developer-centric platforms. After all, teams that engage an automated app development and delivery model win. They are …

Business outcomes are not native to your tech stack. You can’t just buy a product, drop it into your environment, and expect magic to happen. People and processes need to evolve, too. No matter how modern your technology, it’s the people leveraging that technology who ultimately drive transformation and deliver value for your organization. Which …

Agile teams are designed to respond to change. But even for the most seasoned agile teams, responding to the changes brought about by COVID-19 was a pretty tall order. This is the story of how one agile team responded to the abrupt transition to remote work without missing a beat, and without losing its sense …

We’re excited to announce a new KubeAcademy course—Building Images. Designed for developers, devops engineers, and architects, this intermediate-level course covers different approaches for building images. Completing it will give you the skills and understanding needed to easily start building images and maintain them over time. What you’ll learn in the course The Building Images course consists of …

Kubernetes is one of the hottest technologies around right now. But are people deciding to adopt Kubernetes because it’s the best solution for their applications, or because it’s the cool kid on the block? The evidence suggests many are advocating for it based on a fear of missing out on the latest trend, not because …