Knative, Serverless Kubernetes
Kubernetes platform used to build, deploy, and manage serverless workloads.
March 21, 2019
Although containers and Kubernetes and microservices seem to come up in every conversation, there’s a big chasm between talking about, demonstrating, and actually using a technology in production. Anyone can discuss containers, many people can demo them, but far fewer are successfully using containers and Kubernetes in a microservices architecture. Why? There are likely many […]
March 20, 2019
Quarkus, a next-generation Kubernetes native Java framework, was announced in early March, and now Quarkus 0.12.0 has been released and is available from the Maven repository. The quickstarts, guides, and website also have been updated, and 213 issues and PRs are included in this release. That’s quite a few updates, but in particular check out the […]
March 20, 2019
Knative is not just a hot topic in software development, it’s a whole new way to look at services and functions. As a developer, what do you need to know to take advantage of this cutting-edge technology? Are there important design or implementation considerations? Let’s take a look.
March 14, 2019
“The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine can swim.” (Edsger W. Dijkstra) Rule-based artificial intelligence (AI) is often overlooked, possibly because people think it’s only useful in heavyweight enterprise software products. However, that’s not necessarily true. Simply put, a rule engine is just […]
March 7, 2019
Java was introduced to the open-source community over twenty years ago and to this day, it still remains very popular among developers. In fact, it has never ranked lower than #2 on the TIOBE Index. Java was born in the mid-90s and has nearly twenty years of optimizations for running highly dynamic monolithic applications that […]
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.