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We recently upgraded from PHP to Go for our Face Recognition API architecture. In this article we share why we made the move, how it’s radically improved performance, and some lessons learned along the way.
Gitkube is a tool for building and deploying docker images on Kubernetes using git push.
After a simple initial setup, users can simply keep git push-ing their repos to build and deploy to Kubernetes automatically.
Short answer: why not? Go is relatively easy to learn, not too verbose and there is a huge ecosystem of libraries which can be reused to avoid writing all the code from scratch.
if you have ever tried Go, you probably know that writing services with Go is an easy thing. Yes, we really need only few lines to be able to run http service. But what do we need to add if we want to prepare our service for production? Let’s discuss it by an example of a service which is ready to be run in Kubernetes.
You probably want to use Docker with Go, because:
1. You have to work with different versions of Go on the same machine. 2. You need exact, reproducible, shareable and deterministic environments for development as well as production. 3. You need a quick and easy way of building and deploying a final compiled binary. 4. You might want to get started quickly (anyone with Docker installed can start coding right away without setting up any other dependencies or GOPATH variables).
Well, you’ve come to the right place. READ MORE
Queries in Elastic differ quite a lot from standard (No)SQL ones. Even though the end result is pretty much the same (get all from table A, order by column B,C desc where column D like ‘E’) and you could easily draw a line between those two, the complexity of queries in Elastic is way much higher compared to SQL ones.