Move your APIs into the serverless era with Camel K and Knative

Move your APIs into the serverless era with Camel K and Knative

In the past few years, developers have addressed the challenge of evolving from monolith systems to microservices architecture. These days, we hear about the adoption of serverless systems.

Like many trends in software, there’s no one clear view of how to define serverless or how this approach offers added value for our software architecture. The perfect place to start with serverless systems and discover serverless capabilities is through a use case.

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In this video, we’ll show how to move your APIs into the serverless era using the super duo of Camel K and Knative:

By the end of this video, you will be able to:

  • Deploy an API with Camel K as a Knative service.
  • Deploy multiple revisions of a service.
  • Understand the scale-to-zero feature, and manage an auto-scaling strategy.
  • Set traffic distribution using different revisions of a service.

Enjoy!

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