Now that you've built and tested your service, it's time to put everything together. In this article, you'll use resources from Kamesh Sampath's excellent Knative tutorial to install Istio and Knative on top of Kubernetes. With that infrastructure in place, it's easy to deploy your service to Knative. After taking a look at your service in the OpenShift console, you'll invoke it from the command line. Finally, we'll look at a Knative proxy that lets the Don Schenck's React front end access your service as well.
There are many resources available for Red Hat AMQ here on Red Hat Developer Program, and on the Red Hat Customer Portal. On this page, we highlight our pick of those resources.
AMQ Streams on OpenShift
Using AMQ Streams on OpenShift Container Platform
AMQ Streams on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Using AMQ Streams on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
Installing and Managing AMQ Online on OpenShift
Installing and Managing AMQ Online on OpenShift Container Platform
Using AMQ Online on OpenShift
Using AMQ Online on OpenShift Container Platform
AMQ Broker on OpenShift
Deploying AMQ Broker on OpenShift Container Platform
AMQ Interconnect on OpenShift
Deploying AMQ Interconnect on OpenShift Container Platform