Getting Started on TriggerMesh
To get you up and running quickly we are going to run a sample Hello service.
Starting a Service via the Console
Click on the Create Service button on the bottom on the home page of the console.
Click on Create Service and select from image
We are going to do two things:
- Set a name for our service: hello
- Specify a container image: gcr.io/cloudrun/hello
After a few seconds a URL will appear similar to:
Clicking on it will get you to the Hello web application shown below:
Congratulations you will have started your first service, if you do not use it, it will automatically scale to zero and wake up when you need to.
Creating a Service with its Manifest
If you know the Knative API already you can choose to paste the Service YAML manifest in the wizard directly.
For example, given this manifest:
apiVersion: serving.knative.dev/v1 kind: Service metadata: name: hello namespace: sebgoa spec: template: spec: containers: - name: hello image: gcr.io/cloudrun/hello
You would create the service From YAML as in the snapshot below:
Note that a namespace with your username needs to be specified. Hence replace sebgoa in the snapshot above with your own username.