Kubeless to Knative Migration Service

With Kubeless Archived, TriggerMesh Support for Knative Keeps On-Prem Serverless Flame

Kubeless to Knative Migration Service
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VMware recently archived Kubeless, a popular installable serverless/FaaS tool.

Kubeless users—no need to break down in tears. We've got you!

TriggerMesh is the Cloud Native equivalent of the credit card that lets you exchange your new $100 team jersey when your favorite player gets traded.

After creating Kubeless, Sebastien Goasguen quickly got on board with Knative and co-founded TriggerMesh to build enterprise serverless and event-driven tooling. 

TriggerMesh will help Kubeless users move to Knative and ease the migration process

We support Kubeless users three ways:

1. Kubeless support and maintenance

2. Services to help migrate to Knative

3. Knative support

Contact us to learn more.

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