Knative is a Kubernetes-based platform that comes with a set of building blocks to build, deploy and manage modern serverless workloads. Knative consists of three major areas: Build, Serving and Eventing. The session gives you an introduction into the Knative Eventing component and walks you through an end-to-end demo, showing the lifecycle of event-driven workloads on Knative.
In this JAX DevOps session, Hubert Ströbitzer takes a dive into how to get started with Knative, the Kubernetes-based platform for building, deploying, and managing all your serverless workloads. Check out a live demo and go over everything you need to know about Knative. Let’s learn all about Knative!
In this article, Kamesh Sampath shows us how to master the first steps on the journey towards a serverless application. He shows how to set up the right environment and takes us through its deployment.
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The Knative team is back with the release of v0.5 that brings some rather important updates for eventing as well as a number of other improvements. Let’s have a look.
What are the benefits of serverless computing? What exactly is Knative and what features are still in development? In our interview with Evan Anderson, Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google, he gives an introduction into the new shiny serverless tooling based on Kubernetes. He also talks about the benefits and the downsides of serverless computing and why it is such a big topic at the moment.
What are the benefits of serverless computing? What exactly is Knative and what features are still in development? In this interview, Evan Anderson gives an introduction to the new shiny serverless tooling based on Kubernetes. He also talks about the benefits and the downsides of serverless computing and why it is such a big topic at the moment.
The latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar has highlighted what a lot of commentators already know: Istio and Knative are worth exploring but so are WebAssembly and Flutter. What’s even more interesting is that there are no languages, tools or platforms on the ‘adopt’ list so it’s safe to say that no one is missing out on anything.