Experiment with new tech in real environments—no matter your skill level. These workshops are free, easy to start, and eliminate most user error so you can focus on learning.
Self-paced workshops are now available on tanzu.vmware.com/developer/workshops.
Building an Application with Spring Boot
If you’re new to Spring Boot, take this gentle introduction to experience how Spring Boot makes it easy to create standalone, production-grade Spring-based applications that you can “just run.”
Building an NFT Digital Asset Exchange Using Spring and Blockchain
Traditional business apps have static data and are accessed by a single party, but not multiparty, which is needed to support passing of data between parties in a business workflow. The solution is to adopt Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), giving multiple parties a single source of truth—eliminating errors in transferring data and providing real-time data with enterprise security and privacy.
Building and Deploying a Cloud Native Application
Build and deploy a web application on a modern container orchestration platform, and learn cloud native principles along the way.
Cloud Native Runtimes for Tanzu
Get started with serverless on Kubernetes with this quick lab working on a real Kubernetes cluster! Cloud Native Runtimes is open source backed and it’s used to simplify deploying microservices on Kubernetes.
With a single command, you can build services for your applications without having to learn or build various Kubernetes objects. Cloud Native Runtimes also automates the backend objects needed to run microservices on top of Kubernetes.
Configuring a Cloud Native Application
You will externalize environment configuration and consume it from a web application on a modern container orchestration platform.
“I do not like work even when someone else is doing it.”
― Mark Twain
We're with Mr. Twain on this one. We loathe work, especially undifferentiated work. Work that you have to do but that doesn't directly contribute to your project's success is undifferentiated work, and getting to production today means doing more of it than ever.
New workshop by Josh Long
Spring Cloud Gateway
This workshop walks you through getting started with the Spring Cloud Gateway.
Build a simple microservice with Spring.
Spring on Kubernetes
Create a Spring Boot application. Containerize it and push the container to a registry. Deploy it to Kubernetes.