Connect AWS to On-premises Apps Running on VMware Tanzu

Build event-driven applications that automatically scale within your VMware infrastructure.

Connect AWS to On-premises Apps Running on VMware Tanzu
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This technical White Paper explains how TriggerMesh and VMware Tanzu help you combine on-premises systems and cloud services in an automated manner. With the combined capabilities, teams can build event-driven applications that automatically scale within their VMware infrastructure.

This paper provides a template for processing AWS events by an AI/ML app running in a Kubernetes cluster. The automatic scaling allows the application to map to actual traffic patterns, only consuming the resources needed as demand arises.

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