Modernize on-premises apps and build event-driven integrations across any cloud and SaaS
This three-hour training will show you how to use Kubernetes and Knative to bring on-premises messaging systems like Kafka and MQ into the cloud-native era. The training will start with a review of Kubernetes fundamentals and serverless principles, and will then explain how you can use API extensions of Kubernetes to build declarative, multi-cloud, event-driven applications.
We will dive deep into the powerful capabilities of Knative. This extension to Kubernetes provides a set of APIs to define event flows and re-architect event-driven applications for the cloud native era. We will show you how Knative serving offers auto-scaling, including scale to zero, for microservices and how Knative eventing offers primitives to define event sources, event filters, and event targets.
Sebastien Goasguen is a co-founder of TriggerMesh, a Top 5 contributor to the Knative project. An Apache Software Foundation committer and an early contributor to the Kubernetes ecosystem, Sebastien has been involved with open source for almost 20 years. In 2014 he became fascinated by the meteoric rise of Docker and decided to learn as much as he could, which led him to author the O’Reilly Docker Cookbook. It was this experience that introduced him to Kubernetes and, in 2018, he co-authored the O’Reilly Kubernetes Cookbook. Sebastien became an early and active participant in the CNCF space, contributing, building, teaching, and innovating. He founded TriggerMesh to bring enterprise integrations into the cloud native era.
The training costs: FREE