The What, Why and How of Knative on Kubernetes

The What, Why and How of Knative on Kubernetes

Kubernetes excels at container scheduling, and offers useful primitives for automating infrastructure. But we’ve noticed that development teams often struggle when they use vanilla Kubernetes for application deployments. By all means, use Kubernetes to push containers all day long. But if you want to push application code — or a function — Kubernetes on its own isn’t enough.

Knative is an open source software layer that helps cloud service providers and enterprise platform operators deliver a serverless experience to developers on any cloud. It’s a way to abstract the operational overhead of deploying and managing workloads that run on K8s and provides a consistent approach so that developers can focus on writing cool code.

In this talk we will discuss what Knative is, why we should consider Knative and how to deploy Knative.

This is for people who are already using Kubernetes or at least have the familiarity with it.

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Mofizur Rahman

June 01, 2019
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