Knative is a new and exciting open source project released as a collaborative effort by IBM, Google, Lyft, and many more. But what exactly does Knative do and how does it make a developer's life easier? Sai Vennam is back to explain the basics of Knative, showing how Knative provides developers with the building blocks for serverless platforms to run on Kubernetes.
The Eclipse MicroProfile project allows you to leverage your existing Enterprise Java skills while moving to the cloud-native microservices architecture. It builds upon the solid foundation laid out by the Java EE technologies and extends them to simplify creating microservice applications in Java.
The IBM Hybrid Cloud Team has authored a tutorial that will guide you through the steps required to set up and install a Jenkins server and deploy a sample Node and React application on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
To properly deploy an application in a cloud environment and ensure maximum responsiveness, your app needs to be deployed in a certain (and easy) way that maximizes the chance of an instance always being ready to respond to a user request. This article will explain how to deploy your Cloud Foundry applications in the IBM Cloud such that you reach your target application availability.