Function-as-a-service is not the only option when it comes to serverless. In this course, Getting Started with KNative, you’ll learn to easily deploy applications in a serverless environment. First, you’ll explore how you can take advantage of the serverless model. Next, you’ll discover how long-living serverless applications can be deployed with KNative Serving. Finally, you’ll learn how to deploy event-driven applications with KNative Eventing. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of KNative needed to deploy serverless applications.
Bogdan Sucaciu is a Software Engineer at Axual in The Netherlands, where he is taking part in building a Streaming Platform designed to share information in real-time, enabling instant processing of incoming events.
He has several years of experience "cooking" software with JVM-based languages, some flavors of web technologies and garnishing with automated testing.
Course Overview Hi, my name is Bogdan Sucaciu, and welcome to my course, Getting Started with Knative. Serverless is often associated with FaaS, but is serverless all about FaaS? Actually, there is more to serverless than meets the eye. This course is an introduction to the fascinating world of serverless applications and how to deploy them using Knative. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include serverless applications and what problems they actually solve, deploying serverless applications using Knative Serving, and building event‑driven systems using Knative Event. By the end of this course, you'll know how to design, deploy, and manage serverless applications using Knative. Before beginning this course, you should already be familiar with Kubernetes concepts such as pods, deployments, and custom resource definitions. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Knative with the Getting Started with Knative course, at Pluralsight.