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TriggerMesh has partnered with Rancher Labs to make it easier to invoke Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud services from within a Kubernetes environment.
Via a TriggerMesh cloud service based on Knative, open source middleware for accessing serverless computing frameworks developed by Google, workloads running on AWS or a local Kubernetes cluster can be triggered bi-directionally. That capability has now been extended to include Rancher Kubernetes Engine.
TriggerMesh CEO Mark Hinkle says as hybrid cloud computing evolves IT teams need to mash up services residing on the AWS cloud and on-premises IT environments using an event-driven platform. TriggerMesh accomplishes that goal by extending Knative to support proprietary AWS services.
Event-driven IT architectures inside and out of the cloud are becoming the foundation on which digital business transformation initiatives depend. Most digital business processes not only depend on launch analytics workloads in real-time, but they also need to be able to access resources that can dynamically scale up and down as needed. Rather than build and deploy all the code required to drive those processes within an application, it becomes easier to employ a serverless computing framework to invoke them as needed. Legacy applications based on batch-oriented processes can’t provide the …
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