TriggerMesh cofounder Mark Hinkle was quoted in this story in eWeek:
On Nov. 1, startup TriggerMesh officially launched, announcing a serverless management platform built on top of Kubernetes. TriggerMesh makes use of the open-source Knative project, which is a Kubernetes container orchestration based framework for building, deploying and managing serverless workloads.
The platform will be available both for on-premises and software-as-a-service cloud-based deployments, enabling a multicloud management approach for serverless functions.
According to TriggerMesh co-founder Mark Hinkle, how it works is that a user will provide credentials for a given cloud and source control system, like GitHub. Then they place their functions into the source control system, and TriggerMesh will push the function out to a cloud or existing Knative cluster. Hinkle said that TriggerMesh inserts the functions for execution and handles any required auto-scaling.