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Simple Tensorflow Serving Operator

Kubernetes is a powerful and highly extensible system for managing containerized workloads and services. It has two main components, the Master Components and the Node Componenets, and extensions. The Master Components: Kube-apiserver, the API server is the front end for the Kubernetes control plane. etcd, is a highly-available key value store used as Kubernetes’ backing store for all cluster data. kube-scheduler, is the component of the master that watches newly created pods that have no node assigned, and selects a node for them to run on.
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DialogFlow Webhook in GO

In this article, I make the assumption that you know how to setup the DialogFlow agent by using the intents and entities. I’ll just give a short description of the DialogFlow without providing too much details on how to set it up. This is the third article and last of the series, where I show another options to consume the data from a REST service. If in the first two posts, I covered the standard web pages and the mobile application using Flutter, this time I’ll do the third option which is by Voice.
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UI Flutter Rest API

In my previous posts I wrote the backend for Items Inventory application and display the items with a simple Web interface using HTML and JavaScript. In this article I’ll show how to create a Mobile UI using the Flutter toolkit. This is the second post in a series and maybe the most exciting one for me as this is my first Flutter application. The app retrieve the Items by invoking the backend REST API.
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Items Rest API & Web Page

In the HTTP Web Services I talked about the best practices on creating HTTP Web Services. My blog post was inspired by a number of articles about structuring GO code, written by a number of well-known individuals of GO community. I would recommend to read that first and then come back here. This is a continuation of that blog post, as I’ll implement persistent storage using Firestore, instead of keeping all the data in Memory.
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Continuous Delivery with Cloud Build & Cloud Run

The intent of this blog post is to try out the serverless container platform, Cloud Run and to document the steps to perform continuous deployment using Cloud Build. I’ll also talk about the new kid in town, Cloud Build Button, which allow you to deploy your application to GCP using Cloud Run directly from your source repository. The source code I’m using for this demo is a simple Inventory app written in GO, which expose a set of endpoints for CRUD operations.
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HTTP Web Services

In this blog post I describe the process to create a simple Inventory app, following some best practices and guidelines of writing web services in GO. Building a web service in Go is quite simple, in fact Go has a fast and powerful built in HTTP server. It takes just a couple of lines of code to get a basic HTTP server started. ListenAndServe starts an HTTP server with a given address and handler.
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Part 4: Microservices - Deploy on GKE + Istio

This the last blog post from a series of 5, where I dived into the process of creating and deploying a microservice project, named League App. It is a toy project but my intention was to showcase the technologies I used along the path from creation to deployment. In the previous blog post I deployed the League App locally, which is fine for fast development. But you’ll get into a point where you want to make the App available for the rest of the world.
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