podinfo - Go microservice template for Kubernetes

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Podinfo is a tiny web application made with Go that showcases best practices of running microservices in Kubernetes. Podinfo is used by CNCF projects like Flux and Flagger for end-to-end testing and workshops. To access the Swagger UI open /swagger/index.html in a browser.

https://github.com/stefanprodan/podinfo

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