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VMware Event Broker on Kubernetes with Knative functions - part 2

VMware Event Broker on Kubernetes with Knative functions - part 2
This post is the second part of a small series about VMware Event Broker on Kubernetes with Knative functions. If you plan to apply the following procedure, we assume that the content mentioned in the Part 1 is already deployed in your target setup. Deploy VMware Event Broker with knative support Create a namespace Create a Broker Prepare event-router configuration Helm deployment Usage Deploy a sample echo function Deploy vm-creation-attr function Configuration Deploy Test Is...

VMware Event Broker on Kubernetes with Knative functions - part 1

VMware Event Broker on Kubernetes with Knative functions - part 1
As mentioned in some previous posts (here or here), I do not deploy the instance-based packaging of the VMware Event Router: aka VEBA. I prefer to reuse existing Kubernetes cluster(s) to host the vmware event router and the associated functions. Currently, most of my automation work relies on OpenFaaS® functions, and Argo workflows for long running tasks (triggered by OpenFaaS). Since v0.5.0 release, the VMware Event Broker, supports a new processor: knative. This part 1...