- Expose a workload
- Expose and secure a workload
- Cannot connect to a service exposed by an APIRule
- External DNS management
From code to Function
Pick the programming language for the Function and decide where you want to keep the source code. Serverless will create the workload out of it for you.
Functions support multiple languages by using the underlying execution environments known as runtimes. Currently, you can create both Node.js (14 & 16) and Python (3.9) Functions in Kyma.
TIP: See sample Functions for each available runtime.
You can also choose where you want to keep your Function's source code and dependencies. You can either place them directly in the Function CR under the spec.source and spec.deps fields as an inline Function, or store the code and dependencies in a public or private Git repository (Git Functions). Choosing the second option ensures your Function is versioned and gives you more development freedom in the choice of a project structure or an IDE.
TIP: Read more about Git Functions.