TriggerMesh announces Open Source AWS Kinesis Controller for Knative
Industry: Cloud Computing
Enable event-driven applications on Kubernetes
Raleigh, NC (PRUnderground) October 15th, 2019
TriggerMesh, a developer of serverless management solutions, today announced an open source AWS Kinesis Controller for Knative. This Kubernetes controller provides AWS Kinesis backed Knative Channels. Channels are Kubernetes Custom Resources which define a single event forwarding and persistence layer. It can be used as an alternative to Apache Kafka or Google Cloud PubSub to manage cloud events used in serverless workloads.
While Function as a Service (FaaS) and the underlying function runtimes have received significant attention, serverless workloads are fundamentally event-driven. Event management is at the core of EveryBridge multicloud event bus, recently announced by TriggerMesh. With this Kinesis Channel controller, users can leverage the power of AWS Kinesis. Users can send their own events into Kinesis as well as get all types of AWS events through it. This offers a bi-directional event flow that opens the door for multi-cloud serverless applications.
“As multi-cloud deployments grow, the need to trigger functions from one cloud to another is increasing,” said TriggerMesh co-founder and Head of Product Sebastien Goasguen, “our open source Kinesis controller allows Knative serverless users to consume events from AWS.”
TriggerMesh provides numerous benefits to developers and infrastructure management professionals who are deploying cloud native applications, such as:
Enable Event-Driven Infrastructure
Prevent Lock-in, Increase Cloud Portability
Bridge Legacy Applications to Cloud Native
The AWS Kinesis Knative controller, which is one component of TriggerMesh EveryBridge, is available on Github at:
TriggerMesh’s developer team has extensive experience in building public and private clouds and deploying serverless workloads. Through our products, we share our knowledge to enable other developers to focus on making better software and leveraging the cloud to its full potential reducing. TriggerMesh’s serverless management platform for functions-as-a-service (FaaS) allows developers to deploy and manage functions on the TriggerMesh Cloud or in your own data center. TriggerMesh’s cross-cloud event bus allows you to trigger functions from events on any cloud. TriggerMesh’s developers have extensive experience contributing to open source projects also supports and contribute to upstream projects like Kubernetes and Knative. For more information visit: www.triggermesh.com.