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Wednesday, August 26 • 19:17 - 19:32
VMware Tanzu Demo: GitOps with TMC and GitLab

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With VMware Tanzu Mission Control or rather TMC, you can manage all conformant Kubernetes clusters regardless of where they are running—vSphere, VMware TKG & TKGI, Public clouds (AWS, Azure, Google), Managed services (EKS, AKS, GKE), packaged distributions (OpenShift, Rancher) and DIY.

This short video shows one of Tanzu Mission Control's capabilities GitOps, and how it's used to manage fleets of Kubernetes clusters. Treating the actual clusters as cattle and not as pets is a best practice in the industry.

We will specifically address finer details that are not always covered like creating cluster groups. Then, manage the lifecycle by creating and upgrading Kubernetes clusters. Finally, we apply policies designating the workgroups that can edit a cluster and allow image registries to integrate. By leveraging Gitlab to store TMC files and automatically implement changes in these files.

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Keith Lee

Sr. Tech Marketing Architect, VMware
Keith is a  Sr. Tech Marketing Architect in the MAPBU (Modern Apps Platform BU) in VMware working on all things Kubernetes. Previous roles he held include being a course developer and instructor, solutions engineer, systems architect, and leading R&D teams across Dell Technologies... Read More →
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Ivan Tarin

Product Marketing Manager, VMware
Ivan has been in the tech industry for a couple of years, having previously worked as a developer and now as an associate product marketing manager, which sees him using demos at conferences to teach technologies to users with varying levels of skill . He also writes guides, authors... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:17 - 19:32 PDT
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