Webinar: Event-driven Architecture with Knative, Google Cloud Run for Anthos, and TriggerMesh

Webinar: Event-driven Architecture with Knative, Google Cloud Run for Anthos, and TriggerMesh
Webinar: Event-driven Architecture with Knative, Google Cloud Run for Anthos, and TriggerMesh

This recorded webinar introduces Google Cloud Run for Anthos with a focus on eventing. We will also show you how to use Anthos and TriggerMesh to bring EDA to every cloud and on-premises system. 

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What is Google Cloud Run for Anthos?

Google Anthos is an application management platform that provides a consistent dev and ops experience for cloud and on-premises environments.

Google Cloud Run for Anthos is the serverless offering that allows you to develop and deploy highly-scalable containerized applications on a fully-managed serverless platform 

Cloud Run for Anthos provides a great on-ramp to Event-driven Architecture (EDA). And with TriggerMesh, you can trigger Cloud Run serverless workloads from events anywhere, even on-premises!

TriggerMesh is a top 5 contributor to Knative. We will demo sourcing events from Salesforce, Zendesk, Slack, and Gitlab through an Anthos cluster and triggering any possible Google Cloud workload.

Attendees will learn:

  • How the Google Cloud Run for Anthos serverless offering supports the move to EDA
  • How Knative powers Cloud Run and how you can get started with Knative in your Kubernetes clusters
  • How to listen for events from third-party cloud offerings
  • How to start building Serviceful applications

This webinar is ideal for:

  • Solution Architects with a focus on microservices applications
  • Developers interested in building event-driven applications
  • Cloud Architects interested in connecting multiple cloud offerings together
  • Enterprise Architects interested in exploring Anthos for serverless

Check out the recording!

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