By Paolo Dettori, Aleksander Slominski, Ansu Varghese, Lionel Villard

In recent years, Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto standard for building cloud native applications. Although most use cases for Kubernetes have been around container management and orchestration, more recently, projects such as Crossplane have been extending the Kubernetes control plane for managing infrastructure services and providing developer-oriented abstractions to consume those services.

Knative provides a great set of core abstractions for serverless and event driven computing. Knative includes two main components: serving and eventing (each can be setup and run independently of the other). All of the custom objects to support these components are defined as Custom Resource…

Paolo Dettori

Sr. Technical Staff Member at IBM. Passionate about Cloud, Containers and cooking Italian food. Views are my own.

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