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go-cloud - A library and tools for open cloud development in Go.

  •    Go

The Go Cloud Project is an initiative that will allow application developers to seamlessly deploy cloud applications on any combination of cloud providers. It does this by providing stable, idiomatic interfaces for common uses like storage and databases. Think database/sql for cloud products. A key part of the project is to also provide a code generator called Wire. It creates human-readable code that only imports the cloud SDKs for providers you use. This allows Go Cloud to grow to support any number of cloud providers, without increasing compile times or binary sizes, and avoiding any side effects from init() functions.

flow-dashboard - A goal, task & habit tracker + personal dashboard to focus on what matters

  •    Javascript

Flow is a habit tracker and personal data analytics app that lets you keep focus on what matters. Flow owns none of your data. That's yours. If you just want look around or get started with Flow, you can create a free account at http://flowdash.co.

terraformer - CLI tool to generate terraform files from existing infrastructure (reverse Terraform)

  •    Go

CLI tool to generate tf and tfstate files from existing infrastructure (reverse Terraform). Terraformer use terraform providers and built for easy to add new supported resources. For upgrade resources with new fields you need upgrade only terraform providers.




pulumi - Pulumi is an SDK for cloud native infrastructure as code

  •    Go

The Pulumi Cloud Native Development Platform is the easiest way to create and deploy cloud programs that use containers, serverless functions, hosted services, and infrastructure, on any cloud. Simply write code in your favorite language and Pulumi automatically provisions and manages your AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and/or Kubernetes resources, using an infrastructure-as-code approach. Skip the YAML, and use standard language features like loops, functions, classes, and package management that you already know and love.

cloud-custodian - Rules engine for cloud security, cost optimization, and governance, DSL in yaml for policies to query, filter, and take actions on resources

  •    Python

Cloud Custodian is a rules engine for AWS fleet management. It allows users to define policies to enable a well managed cloud infrastructure, that's both secure and cost optimized. It consolidates many of the adhoc scripts organizations have into a lightweight and flexible tool, with unified metrics and reporting. Custodian can be used to manage AWS accounts by ensuring real time compliance to security policies (like encryption and access requirements), tag policies, and cost management via garbage collection of unused resources and off-hours resource management.

cloud-custodian - Rules engine for cloud security, cost optimization, and governance, DSL in yaml for policies to query, filter, and take actions on resources

  •    Python

Cloud Custodian is a rules engine for managing public cloud accounts and resources. It allows users to define policies to enable a well managed cloud infrastructure, that's both secure and cost optimized. It consolidates many of the adhoc scripts organizations have into a lightweight and flexible tool, with unified metrics and reporting. Custodian can be used to manage AWS, Azure, and GCP environments by ensuring real time compliance to security policies (like encryption and access requirements), tag policies, and cost management via garbage collection of unused resources and off-hours resource management.

external-dns - Configure external DNS servers (AWS Route53, Google CloudDNS and others) for Kubernetes Ingresses and Services

  •    Go

ExternalDNS synchronizes exposed Kubernetes Services and Ingresses with DNS providers.Inspired by Kubernetes DNS, Kubernetes' cluster-internal DNS server, ExternalDNS makes Kubernetes resources discoverable via public DNS servers. Like KubeDNS, it retrieves a list of resources (Services, Ingresses, etc.) from the Kubernetes API to determine a desired list of DNS records. Unlike KubeDNS, however, it's not a DNS server itself, but merely configures other DNS providers accordingly—e.g. AWS Route 53 or Google CloudDNS.


gardener - Kubernetes API server extension and controller manager managing the full lifecycle of conformant Kubernetes clusters (Shoots) as a service on AWS, Azure, GCP, and OpenStack

  •    Go

The Gardener implements the automated management and operation of Kubernetes clusters as a service and aims to support that service on multiple Cloud providers (AWS, GCP, Azure, OpenStack). Its main principle is to use Kubernetes itself as base for its tasks. In essence, the Gardener is an extension API server along with a bundle of Kubernetes controllers which introduces new API objects in an existing Kubernetes cluster (which is called Garden cluster) in order to use them for the management of further Kubernetes clusters (which are called Shoot clusters). To do that reliably and to offer a certain quality of service, it requires to control the main components of a Kubernetes cluster (etcd, API server, controller manager, scheduler). These so-called control plane components are hosted in Kubernetes clusters themselves (which are called Seed clusters).

aws-lambda-ffmpeg - An S3-triggered Amazon Web Services Lambda function that runs your choice of FFmpeg 🎬 commands on a file 🎥 and uploads the outputs to a bucket

  •    Javascript

An AWS Lambda Event-driven function that resizes videos and outputs thumbnails using FFmpeg. This function is meant for short-duration videos. If you need to transcode long videos, check out AWS Elastic Transcoder. The different platforms have different naming conventions for their services. To simplify this, listed below is a proposed table of generalized terms that are platform-independent.

cloudprober - An active monitoring software to detect failures before your customers do.

  •    Go

Cloudprober is a monitoring software that makes it super-easy to monitor availability and performance of various components of your system. Cloudprober employs the "active" monitoring model. It runs probes against (or on) your components to verify that they are working as expected. For example, it can run a probe to verify that your frontends can reach your backends. Similarly it can run a probe to verify that your in-Cloud VMs can actually reach your on-premise systems. This kind of monitoring makes it possible to monitor your systems' interfaces regardless of the implementation and helps you quickly pin down what's broken in your system.Visit Cloudprober's website at cloudprober.github.io to get started with Cloudprober.

All-About-Programming - Everything about programming!!

  •    Javascript

This is a place for me to keep tracked of what I did or what I want to do and some awesome tips from all the online resources have found. All this resources is about web development and some about computer science. My goal is to be a awesome Full-Stack Web Developer. If you have some resources to shared please do. I'm eager to find new stuff and learn.

kubernetes - Micro on Kubernetes

  •    Go

Services make use of the kubernetes registry plugin so there's zero external dependency for service discovery.Here's the steps I took to get started.

anom-py - An ndb-like object mapper for Google Cloud Datastore.

  •    Python

anom is an object mapper for Google Cloud Datastore heavily inspired by ndb with a focus on simplicity, correctness and performance.anom is licensed under the 3-clause BSD license and it officially supports Python 3.6 and later.

openfaas-gke - Running OpenFaaS on Google Kubernetes Engine

  •    Shell

OpenFaaS is a serverless framework that runs on top of Kubernetes. It comes with a built-in UI and a handy CLI that takes you from scaffolding new functions to deploying them on your Kubernetes cluster. What's special about OpenFaaS is that you can package any executable as a function, and as long as it runs in a Docker container, it will work on OpenFaaS.What follows is a step by step guide on running OpenFaaS with Kubernetes 1.8 on Google Cloud.

google-cloud-gemserver - CLI to deploy a private gem server to Google App Engine Flex

  •    Ruby

This gem is a tool that lets you manage, interact with, and deploy a private gem server to a Google Cloud Platform project. The gemserver acts as a private gem repository for your gems similar to how rubygems.org works with the exception that pushing and installing gems are protected operations.Gems can not be "unyanked" so once a gem has been yanked it cannot be pushed to the gemserver again with the same name and version. It can be pushed if the version number is changed, however.

jetty-runtime - Google Cloud Platform Jetty Docker image

  •    Java

This repository contains the source for the Google-maintained Jetty docker image. This image can be used as the base image for running Java web applications on Google App Engine Flexible Environment and Google Container Engine. It provides the Jetty Servlet container on top of the OpenJDK image.This image is mirrored at both launcher.gcr.io/google/jetty and gcr.io/google-appengine/jetty.

openjdk-runtime - Google Cloud Platform OpenJDK Docker image

  •    Shell

This repository contains the source for the Google-maintained OpenJDK docker image. This image can be used as the base image for running Java applications on Google App Engine Flexible Environment and Google Container Engine.The runtime image gcr.io/google-appenine/openjdk:8 will be automatically selected if you are attempting to deploy a JAR (*.jar file).