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Creating and Managing Serverless Deployments with Knative and Jenkins X

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Creating and Managing Serverless Deployments with Knative and Jenkins X
Creating and Managing Serverless Deployments with Knative and Jenkins X
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 30M | 164 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English


This talk presents Knative as one (out of many) possible platforms you can use to run serverless applications. You'll see a demonstration of the Knative project and learn how to use Jenkins X to manage the lifecycle of our serverless applications.
As serverless computing is gaining momentum, you have to make some hard choices and answer some fundamental questions. What is serverless, and why do you want it? Are cloud vendors like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft the only places where it makes sense to run serverless applications? Which types of applications are good candidates to become serverless? Should you use Kubernetes as the platform to run serverless deployments? How do you manage the lifecycle of our serverless applications? This talk with try to answer those and quite a few other questions and present Knative as one (out of many) possible platforms you can use to run serverless applications. You'll see a demonstration of the Knative project and learn how to use Jenkins X to manage the lifecycle of your serverless applications.

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