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brpc - Industrial-grade RPC framework used throughout Baidu, with 1,000,000+ instances and thousands kinds of services, called "baidu-rpc" inside Baidu

  •    C++

An industrial-grade RPC framework used throughout Baidu, with 1,000,000+ instances(not counting clients) and thousands kinds of services, called "baidu-rpc" inside Baidu. Only C++ implementation is opensourced right now. If you can fix any of the issues or add new features, you're welcome to send the PR to us. If the PR is accepted, your contribution will be scored from 0 to 5 points according to the difficulty and quality (higher is better). If you accumulate 10 points, you can contact us for interviewing opportunities or recommendation letter for your future jobs.

incubator-brpc - Industrial-grade RPC framework used throughout Baidu, with 1,000,000+ instances and thousands kinds of services, called "baidu-rpc" inside Baidu

  •    C++

An industrial-grade RPC framework used throughout Baidu, with 1,000,000+ instances(not counting clients) and thousands kinds of services, called "baidu-rpc" inside Baidu. Only C++ implementation is opensourced right now. Please refer to here.

tcpgoon - tcpgoon, maximum TCP connections tester

  •    Go

TLDR . Description . Usage . Execution using Docker . Installation . Help . Examples . Extra project information . Why do I want to test TCP connections? . Where does the project name come from? . Authors . Especial thanks to... . Development information . TO-DO . Project structure . README maintenance . Testing locally . See our public docker image and its documentation. The image is being updated continuously; you can bind to specific versions, or to the "latest" tag.




SerialToTCPBridgeProtocol - An error tolerant serial UART to TCP connection, raw data bridge.

  •    Go

An error tolerant serial UART to TCP connection, raw data bridge. Host side gateway service written in Go that listens on COM ports for serial clients. This is meant to bridge the gap between tcp connections and serial devices using UART/RS-232/Virtual COM over USB, etc. Clients implementing the protocol client have a tcp like api that they can use to make connections to real servers. The goal of the project is to have the means to connect the simplest and cheapest devices to the internet, albeit indirectly. For now, I use this to connect microcontrollers on development boards to servers running on localhost through the Virtual COM port over USB, without requiring any Ethernet/Wi-Fi hardware.