Serverless Architecture

Make serverless seamless with Knative

Build and deploy a serverless service to Knative

The Knative serverless environment lets you deploy code to Kubernetes, but no resources are consumed unless your code needs to do something. With Knative, you create a service by packaging your code as a Docker image and handing it to the system. Your code only runs when it needs to, with Knative starting and stopping instances automatically.

Want to learn how? This series of articles and videos, the Compile Driver, shows you how to build your own working serverless environment.

 

Knative and Serverless Service Tutorial

Serverless Architecture Articles

Serverless Kafka on Kubernetes

Serverless Kafka on Kubernetes

December 30, 2019

DevNation tech talks are hosted by the Red Hat technologists who create our products. These sessions include real solutions and code and sample projects to help you get started. In this presentation, you’ll learn about the serverless developer experience on Kubernetes with Knative and Apache Kafka from Matthias Wessendorf.

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

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

December 18, 2019

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 […]

Guru Night at Red Hat Summit: Hands-on experience with serverless computing

Guru Night at Red Hat Summit: Hands-on experience with serverless computing

April 26, 2019

Millions of developers worldwide want to learn more about serverless computing. If you’re one of the lucky thousands attending Red Hat Summit in Boston May 7-9, you can gain hands-on experience with the help of Burr Sutter and the Red Hat Developer team. Guru Night is a BYOL (bring your own laptop) event taking place […]

Build and deploy an API with Camel K on Red Hat OpenShift

Build and deploy an API with Camel K on Red Hat OpenShift

April 25, 2019

With the growing number of APIs and microservices, the time given to creating and integrating them has become shorter and shorter. That’s why we need an integration framework with tooling to quickly build an API and include capabilities for a full API life cycle. Camel K lets you build and deploy your API on Kubernetes […]

From zero to Quarkus and Knative: The easy way

From zero to Quarkus and Knative: The easy way

April 9, 2019

You’ve probably already read about Quarkus, but you may not know that the superfast startup speed of Quarkus makes it the best candidate for working with Knative and serverless for your Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) projects. Quarkus, also known as Supersonic, Subatomic Java, is a Kubernetes native Java stack tailored for GraalVM and OpenJDK HotSpot, crafted from […]

The evolution of serverless and FaaS: Knative brings change

The evolution of serverless and FaaS: Knative brings change

March 26, 2019

Are serverless and Function as a Service (FaaS) the same thing? No, they’re not. Wait. Yes, they are. Frustrating, right? With terms being thrown about at conferences, in articles (I’m looking at myself right now), conversations, etc., things can be confusing (or, sadly, sometimes misleading). Let’s take a look at some aspects of serverless and […]

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