2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

Once again, we are excited to announce a new release of Knative: a platform to help developers build, deploy, and manage modern serverless workloads on Kubernetes.

While the more frequent and predictable releases of Knative gives us an opportunity to collect faster feedback from real-world use-cases, they also mean smaller and more incremental features. Well, that’s not always the case. Knative v0.5 delivers an exciting set of updates in eventing. Introducing Trigger and Broker objects which further improve and simplify the developer experience building event-driven systems on Knative.

In addition to…

2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

Once again, we are excited to announce updates to Knative. The v0.4 release continues to respond to ongoing direct feedback from the growing number of deployments. In each release, Knative implements these learnings based on new use-cases that are now being addressed with our platform.

https://github.com/knative

The areas where we received the most feedback were: configuration and secret management.

As Knative maintains its predictable release cadence, the ability to preserve the settings from your previous installation (e.g. domain) became even more important. So, in the v0.4 release, Knative now preserves previously set…

2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

Knative’s momentum continues! Once again, we are excited to announce a new release of Knative. After a series of architectural changes announced in the previous release, v0.3 implements many of the learnings from the growing number of Knative deployments, increases operational control, and improves stability.

As we move to a more predictable release schedule based on six week cadence, Knative releases will now be smaller and more frequent. …

2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

KubeCon SEA 2018

As we approach KubeCon and CloudNativeCon in Seattle (Dec. 11–13), we wanted to share the different Knative-related sessions that will be offered next week.

We are proud of the project’s progress so far. The number of sessions, variety of topics, and number of different companies represented by the speakers, truly represent the breadth of the growing community behind Knative.

Monday, Dec 10

Improved pluggability, autoscaling, stability, and performance

2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

We are excited to announce a new release of Knative, the set of middleware components for building modern applications on Kubernetes. The 0.2 release of Knative is the first significant update since the project’s launch in July. It represents months of hard work by the entire Knative community to address our learnings from the growing number of Knative deployments.

The most exciting aspect of the 0.2 release is the inclusion of eventing. The Eventing component complements the other two foundational blocks already defined by Knative…

2019–06–19 Update: This post has been moved to knative.dev/blog

By now, Kubernetes should be the default target for your deployments. Yes, there are still use-cases where Kubernetes is not the optimal choice, but these represent an increasingly smaller number of modern workloads.

The main value of Kubernetes is that it greatly abstracts much of the infrastructure management pain. The broad support amongst virtually all major Cloud Service Providers (CSP) also means that your workloads are portable. …

Mark Chmarny

Mark Chmarny is a Technical Program Manager for Serverless at Google. Currently, Mark works on the open source Knative program and Kubernetes-based Serverles

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