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Wednesday, August 26 • 15:51 - 16:21
Creating Production Ready Containers with Cloud Native Buildpacks

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In this session we will cover the basics of Cloud Native Buildpacks and show how they can be leveraged from GitLab pipelines. By the end of this talk you’ll understand how you can make short work of building images in a secure, repeatable way.

Building production-grade container images with confidence and ease has become a critical element to achieving productivity and success, yet presents significant challenges. Cloud Native Buildpacks make it quick and easy to go from source to container image for a variety of languages, while providing security, auditability, transparency, and control for building and patching images.

Join for live chat-box Q&A with the speakers and for the 15-minutes following their talk.

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Andreas Evers

Senior Solutions Architect, VMware
Andreas Evers works at VMware as a senior solutions architect on the Application Transformation team. He’s passionate about distributed architecture, communication protocols, microservices and software design principles. He often speaks at conferences, writes blogs and shares his... Read More →
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Cora Iberkleid

Developer Advocate, VMware
Cora Iberkleid is part developer advocate, part advisory solutions engineer at VMware, helping developers and enterprises navigate and adopt modern practices and technologies including Spring, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, Tanzu, and modern CI/CD.

Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:51 - 16:21 PDT
Orange Stage