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Explaining Knative, the Project to Liberate Serverless from Cloud Giants

Today, using serverless means choosing a cloud platform to lock yourself into. The open source project expected to fix that is approaching prime time.

One of the stars of the show at November's KubeCon, the big annual Kubernetes conference whose 2019 edition happened in San Diego, was a new technology called Knative. Almost ready for prime time, it's an open-source project Google started with the aid of IBM, Pivotal, Red Hat (now owned by IBM), and others to make vendor-agnostic serverless functions available to

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