“We just opened up every Lambda function to run on Knative,” said Mark Hinkle, co-founder of TriggerMesh. “That’s a huge ecosystem.”
Knative is seen as an important catalyst for unifying the dozens of serverless platforms in the market.
The Pivotal Function Service is the first multi-cloud packaging of the Kubernetes-based Knative project and operates alongside the Pivotal Application Service and Pivotal Container Service.
Developers only need to upload their own code, which is then automatically deployed to the edge in an isolated runtime environment.
The open source platform acts as a next-generation hypervisor targeted at modern architectures and already powers AWS' Lambda and Fargate services.
“When there is an economic recession that is when people pull in their horns," says Forrester VP John Rymer.
In addition to integrating with AWS’ distributed tracking system X-Ray, the monitoring company also launched a synthetic monitoring tool.
The Data Lakes Analytics service helps customers that need cloud-native analytics and need to turn raw data into real-time insights.
Developers are able to manage their serverless and FaaS deployments from the platform to work across different infrastructure environments.
The firm's SaaS platform acts as a translation layer between the language a developer is using to write code and where that code is being sent.
The platform offers live-reload and record-replay of application code that is the first of its kind for a serverless system.
The CCVPN use case allows for the orchestration of an operator’s underlying optical transport network and overlay SD-WAN in a way to support the peering of inter-operator VPN service delivery.
Kong CEO and co-founder Augusto Marietti has touted the company’s platform as an “air traffic control to manage, broker, and hold APIs.”
The serverless security library targets the runtime environment but is not a replacement for an enterprise-grade platform deployment.
Serverless Inc. CEO Austen Collins said that the open source community has accounted for 90 percent of contributions to the Serverless Framework.