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

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

In this recorded webinar, TriggerMesh co-founder Sebastien Goasguen introduces Google Cloud Run for Anthos with a focus on eventing. In order to make your viewing as efficient as possible, here’s a table of contents with timestamp links to each section.

  • Introduction
  • Application integration is as old as the hills. How is cloud native integration different? Minute 1:12
  • What is Integration as code? Minute 2:52
  • Concepts
  • Modern Applications (Containerized, Running in Kubernetes, Managed with CI/CD) Are Becoming ‘Serviceful’ and Event-driven Minute 5:44
  • Introduction to Google Anthos and Anthos Clusters, a platform for building and managing modern applications Minute 10:46
  • Getting serverless scale to zero and eventing in Anthos with Knative Minute 12:42
  • History of serverless at Google Minute 13:28
  • The Knative Open API powers scale to zero for Cloud Run, Cloud Run for Anthos, and when you install Knative on any on-premises Kubernetes cluster, you get the same scale to zero capability managed with the same declarative API Minute 16:09
  • TriggerMesh Bridges for EDA 101. Connect application sources (Salesforce, Apache Kafka, Bitbucket, etc.) with Targets (on-premises Java applications, Twilio, Zendesk, Splunk, etc.) through a set of Brokers that do event routing, event transformation, and event storing. Minute 17:15
  • Demos
  • Cloud Run fully-managed scale to zero Minute 21:35
  • Managed Cloud Run to Cloud Run for Anthos Minute 25:36
  • Adding eventing with standard Knative and CloudEvents Minute 29:32
  • Multicloud integration with a declarative API - AWS SQS to web application. Messages in an AWS SQS queue on the AWS Cloud are connected with our web app. The SOURCE is running in the Anthos infrastructure and the integration is declaratively defined with an API and all of it is managed within Kubernetes.  Minute 33:34
  • Full TriggerMesh Bridge. A TriggerMesh Bridge is a Kubernetes object that declares an integration pattern. Here, we show Salesforce events (new account creation and account deletions) from Salesforce cloud, consumed by the TriggerMesh Salesforce source and routed through Google Pubsub broker of the Anthos eventing system to a serverless function Minute 37:22

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