An event source is an object that links an event producer with an event sink, or consumer. A sink can be a Knative service, channel, or broker that receives events from an event source.
Currently, OpenShift Serverless supports the following event source types:
Connects a sink to the Kubernetes API server.
Periodically sends ping events with a constant payload. It can be used as a timer.
Sink binding is also supported, which allows you to connect core Kubernetes resources such as
StatefulSet with a sink.
You can create and manage Knative event sources using the Developer perspective in the OpenShift Container Platform web console, the
kn CLI, or by applying YAML files.
You must have a current installation of OpenShift Serverless, including Knative Serving and Eventing, in your OpenShift Container Platform cluster. This can be installed by a cluster administrator.
For more information about eventing workflows using OpenShift Serverless, see Knative Eventing architecture.