#FaasFriday – Building a Serverless Microblog in Ruby with OpenFaaS – Part 1

Happy #FaaSFriday today we are going to learn how to build our very own serverless microblogging backend using Pure Ruby. Alex Ellis of OpenFaaS believes it would be useful to not rely on any gems that require Native Extensions (MySQL, ActiveRecord, bcrypt, etc…) so thats what I intend to do, This tutorial will use nothing…

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Building a ToDo API with Golang and Kubernetes! – Part 3 – Building and Deploying our Application

In Part 1 and Part 2 we built a functional API using Golang and MongoDB, although as it stands its insecure. We can add password protection using Basic Auth while deploying (See here). In this tutorial we will build a very tiny docker container and deploy to our Kubernetes Cluster. For the purposes of this…

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Building a ToDo API with Golang and Kubernetes! – Part 2 – CRUD

Hi and welcome to Part 2 of Building a ToDo API with Golang and Kubernetes! In part 1 we learned what we were going to build and how to use mux to route an HTTP Request to a Handler function. In this part we will learn how to build our endpoints for CRUD(Create, Read, Update,…

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Building a ToDo API with Golang and Kubernetes! – Part 1 – Introduction

Hi Folks, Welcome to another tutorial series on building cloud native applications. In this series you will learn how to use golang and MongoDB (mgo) to build a cloud native API microservice using golang and deploying it to a Kubernetes Cluster with your own Helm chart! Prerequisites A golang installation Docker CE installed on your…

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