Hands on Knative — Part 3

In Part 1, I talked about Knative Serving for rapid deployment and autoscaling of serverless containers. In Part 2, I talked about how to connect services in a loosely coupled way with Knative Eventing. In third and last part of the series, I want to talk about Knative Build and show a few examples from my Knative Tutorial. What is Knative Build? Knative Build basically allows you to go from source code to a container image in a registry. Read More →

Hands on Knative — Part 1

I’ve been looking into Knative recently. In this 3-part blog series, I want to explain my learnings and show some hands on examples from the Knative Tutorial that I published on GitHub. What is Knative anyway? Knative is a collection of open source building blocks for serverless containers running on Kubernetes. At this point, you might be wondering: “Kubernetes, serverless, what’s going on?” But, when you think about it, it makes sense. Read More →