In the last article, I introduced Knative as the platform layer of Kubernetes. In the next part of this series, let’s take a closer look at Knative Serving which brings a PaaS-like experience to Kubernetes.

We will deploy two services: a stateful MongoDB service and a stateless web application written in Node.js. While the stateful database backend runs as a typical Kubernetes deployment, the stateless frontend will be packaged and deployed as a Knative service that enjoys capabilities such as scale-to-zero.

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