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Most of what you’ve read about serverless computing so far revolves around the public cloud. As it turns out, functions are a great fit for on-premises workloads as well. We explain in this post.
Pivotal Function Service is a Kubernetes-based, multi-cloud function service. It’s part of the broader Pivotal vision of offering you a single platform for all your workloads on any cloud.
Knative provides a powerful platform for developers to build, deploy and manage modern serverless workloads. Take a look at the basic building blocks that make up Knative. https://pivotal.io/knative