Cloud Veterans Launch TriggerMesh Serverless Management Platform

TriggerMesh, a company developing serverless and FaaS management solutions, announced their official company and product launch. TriggerMesh is offered as software-as-a-service and enables the deployment and management of functions on Kubernetes clusters enabled with Knative as well the management of event triggers across Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine, and Azure.

TriggerMesh Serverless Management Platform allows developers to automate the deployment and of functions from their favorite version control system on the TriggerMesh cloud powered by Knative. The developers benefit from:

  • Integration with source control - Bitbucket, GitLab, and GitHub
  • CI/CD via Knative build controller
  • Cross-cloud event management via triggers (e.g. Amazon SQS, Azure Storage queues)
  • HashiCorp Terraform plugin

TriggerMesh is accepting users as part of their limited early adopters' program:

https://triggermesh.com/serverless_eap/

TriggerMesh was founded by cloud veterans with extensive experience in developing and bringing cloud solutions to market.  Co-founder and head of product, Sebastien Goasguen, was the creator of Kubeless, a successful open source serverless framework. He previously founded Skippbox (developers of kompose and Cabin) and is the author of the Docker and Kubernetes O'Reilly cookbooks.

"As an early adopter of containers and Kubernetes, I have witnessed the move to a serverless fabric based on Google's Knative that will continue to rapidly grow." said Goasguen,"I believe that this is the framework that cloud providers and enterprises alike will standardize on and I believe our product vision is an ideal complement to developers adopting serverless computing and FaaS."

Mark Hinkle, has a long history in systems management and cloud computing. He most recently was the Executive Director of the Node.js Foundation and has held roles as VP at Cloud.com and Zenoss as well as managing the Citrix Open Source Business Office supporting technology and business alliance efforts.

"Serverless is a vision first manifested in the late 1990s as SOA," said Mark Hinkle, "With the abundance of high-quality open source software and pervasiveness of low-cost highly available cloud infrastructure we believe that the market for this architecture has arrived and will continue to grow. We intend to provide the tools needed by developers to capitalize on this newly defined computing model.