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Wednesday, September 6 • 4:30pm - 5:05pm
Develop Wasm Applications with Docker - Angel M De Miguel Meana, VMware & Justin Cormack, Docker

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Developers love containers and use them in a variety of situations and setups. Among other innovations, Docker (the tool) introduced a great developer experience for building, publishing, and running containers. It suddenly became easier to run complex applications in heterogeneous environments, including your laptop! WebAssembly (Wasm) is a compact binary format for compiling code to a portable target. This compiled binary, called "module", can run in any place that includes a Wasm runtime. By design, these modules run in a sandboxed environment. They only have access to its memory and the resources granted by the runtime. In some ways, Wasm and containers solve similar problems. This talk will explore how containers and WebAssembly can work together to unlock the potential of both technologies. You will learn how to mix and match containers and Wasm modules and the benefits of doing so. You will learn how to run your first projects using your favorite language with WebAssembly.

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Justin Cormack

CTO, Docker
Justin is the CTO at Docker, and a member of the CNCF TOC. He has spent a lot of time working on security in the container ecosystem. He is a maintainer on the Notary project for container security.
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Angel M De Miguel Meana

Staff 2 Engineer, VMware
Angel is a Staff Engineer at VMware's Office of the CTO (OCTO) working on multiple WebAssembly initiatives. His background is as full-stack web developer working primarily with UIs, APIs, automation and Kubernetes. Angel is an Open Source (OSS) enthusiast, both as a creator and contributor... Read More →

Wednesday September 6, 2023 4:30pm - 5:05pm PDT
Grand Ballroom F
  Tooling & Ecosystems