Silicon Angle – The Kubernetes startups we’re watching in 2019
“All the Amazon Web Services functions and all the Azure functions have nothing to do with Knative,” Stu Miniman, host of theCUBE and an analyst with SiliconANGLE sister company Wikibon, pointed out. “Knative has goodness, but the elephant in the room is that AWS and Azure are where all of the serverless really happens.”
Advancements are being made in this area, though, according to Miniman, pointing to a multicloud serverless management platform, called TriggerMesh, that launched at the end of 2018. TriggerMesh runs on top of the Kubernetes-based Knative platform and allows developers to automate deployment and management of serverless across cloud platforms.