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up - Deploy infinitely scalable serverless apps, apis, and sites in seconds.

  •    Go

Up deploys infinitely scalable serverless apps, APIs, and static websites in seconds, so you can get back to working on what makes your product unique.Up focuses on deploying "vanilla" HTTP servers so there's nothing new to learn, just develop with your favorite existing frameworks such as Express, Koa, Django, Golang net/http or others.

vertigo - Blog engine in Go (golang)

  •    Go

Vertigo is blogging platform similar to Ghost, Medium and Tumblr. Vertigo is written in Go and has fully featured JSON API and it can be run using single binary on all major operating systems like Windows, Linux and OSX. The frontend code is powered by Go's template/html package, which is similar to Mustache.js. The template files are in plain HTML and JavaScript (vanilla) only appears on few pages. JavaScript is stripped down as much as possible to provide a better user experience on different devices. Vertigo also ships without any CSS frameworks, so it is easy to start customizing the frontend with the tools of your choice.




ocrserver - The minimum web server using Tesseract OCR by Golang, can be easily deployed by Docker

  •    Go

Simple OCR server, as a small working sample for gosseract. Try now here https://ocr-example.herokuapp.com/, and deploy your own now.

go-getting-started - Getting Started with Go on Heroku https://devcenter

  •    Go

A barebones Go app, which can easily be deployed to Heroku. This application supports the Getting Started with Go on Heroku article - check it out.

heroku-datadog-drain-golang - Funnel metrics from multiple Heroku apps into DataDog using statsd.

  •    Go

Funnel metrics from multiple Heroku apps into DataDog using statsd. OPTIONAL: Setup Heroku build packs, including the Datadog DogStatsD client. If you already have a StatsD client running, see the STATSD_URL configuration option below.

hkpg - Automated Archiving of Heroku Postgres Backups to S3 Written in Go

  •    Go

This package contains a single command that can be run manually or via the Heroku Scheduler to pull down the most recent Heroku Postgres backup from another Heroku application and upload it to a specified S3 Bucket. This work is inspired by similar work done via bash.


gautocloud - A golang library to let cloud applications connect automatically to services.

  •    Go

Gautocloud provides a simple abstraction that golang based applications can use to discover information about the cloud environment on which they are running, to connect to services automatically with ease of use in mind. It provides out-of-the-box support for discovering common services on Heroku, Cloud Foundry and kubernetes cloud platforms, and it supports custom automatic connectors. This project can be assimilated to the spring-cloud-connector project but for golang (and with is own concepts).

go-gin-wrapper - go-gin web framework sample

  •    Go

This is built on Heroku. You can see here. It requires set database and table. If you want know more details, use docker environment usign docker-create.sh. This is the easiest way to configure whole environment.

terraform-provider-heroku - Terraform Heroku provider

  •    Go

If you wish to work on the provider, you'll first need Go installed on your machine (version 1.8+ is required). You'll also need to correctly setup a GOPATH, as well as adding $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH. To compile the provider, run make build. This will build the provider and put the provider binary in the $GOPATH/bin directory.

haikunatorgo - Generate Heroku-like random names to use in your go applications.

  •    Go

Generate Heroku-like random names to use in your go applications. Haikunator is pretty simple.

herogate - Heroku + AWS Fargate = Herogate :rocket: Deploy and manage containerized applications like Heroku on AWS

  •    Go

Heroku + AWS Fargate = Herogate 🚀 Deploy and manage containerized applications like Heroku on AWS. Herogate wraps management services on AWS and provides a Heroku like interface. All updates are done via CloudFormation, including targeting CodePipleline, CodeBuild, AWS Fargate, CodeCommit etc.

production-ready-microservices - Production ready microservices: write in Go. A workshop.

  •    Go

Even if you are a beginner, you have probably heard that people love Go because it makes easy to build reliable and efficient applications and services. During the workshop we will discuss how to design stable, scalable, reliable and performant services. Step by step, we will write a service from scratch and prepare it for the deployment. So, at the end of the workshop participants will be able to run their own services on the Heroku platform.