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Google Cloud Endpoints Sample for Go using gRPC

This sample demonstrates how to use Google Cloud Endpoints using Go and gRPC.

Test the code locally (optional)

Run the backend using go run:

$ go run server/main.go

Send a request from another terminal:

$ go run client/main.go
2017/03/30 17:08:32 Greeting: Hello world

Deploying service config

  1. First, generate out.pb from the proto file:

    protoc \
        --include_imports \
        --include_source_info \
        --descriptor_set_out out.pb \
        helloworld/helloworld.proto
  2. Edit api_config.yaml. Replace YOUR_PROJECT_ID:

    name: hellogrpc.endpoints.YOUR_PROJECT_ID.cloud.goog
  3. Deploy your service:

    gcloud endpoints services deploy out.pb api_config.yaml

Building the server's Docker container

Build and tag your gRPC server, storing it in your private container registry:

gcloud container builds submit --tag gcr.io/YOUR_PROJECT_ID/go-grpc-hello:1.0 .

Deploy to GCE or GKE

Deploy to GCE

  1. Create an instance and SSH into it:

    gcloud compute instances create grpc-host --image-family gci-stable --image-project google-containers --tags=http-server
    gcloud compute ssh grpc-host
  2. Set some environment variables:

    GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT=$(curl -s "http://metadata.google.internal/computeMetadata/v1/project/project-id" -H "Metadata-Flavor: Google")
    SERVICE_NAME=hellogrpc.endpoints.${GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT}.cloud.goog
  3. Pull your credentials to access your private container registry:

    /usr/share/google/dockercfg_update.sh
  4. Run your gRPC server's container:

    docker run --detach --name=grpc-hello gcr.io/${GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT}/go-grpc-hello:1.0
  5. Run Endpoints proxy:

    docker run \
        --detach \
        --name=esp \
        --publish=80:9000 \
        --link=grpc-hello:grpc-hello \
        gcr.io/endpoints-release/endpoints-runtime:1 \
        --service=${SERVICE_NAME} \
        --rollout_strategy=managed \
        --http2_port=9000 \
        --backend=grpc://grpc-hello:50051
  6. Get the IP address of your secured gRPC server:

    gcloud compute instances list --filter=grpc-host
  7. Send a request to the API server (see "Running the client" below)

Deploy to GKE

If you haven't got a cluster, first create one.

  1. Edit deployment.yaml. Replace <YOUR_PROJECT_ID>.

  2. Create the deployment and service:

    kubectl apply -f deployment.yaml
    
  3. Wait until the load balancer is active:

    kubectl get svc grpc-hello --watch
    
  4. Send a request to the API server (see "Running the client" below)

Running the client

  1. First, create a project API key.

  2. Then, after you have your server's IP address (via GKE's kubectl get svc or your GCE instance's IP), run:

    go run client/main.go --api-key=AIza.... --addr=YOUR_SERVER_IP_ADDRESS:80 [message]

Configuring authentication and authenticating requests

Configuring Authentication

This sample shows how to make requests authenticated by a service account using a signed JWT token.

  1. First, create a service account

  2. Edit api_config_auth.yaml. Replace PROJECT_ID and SERVICE-ACCOUNT-ID.

  3. Update the service configuration using api_config_auth.yaml instead of api_config.yaml:

    gcloud endpoints services deploy out.pb api_config_auth.yaml

Authenticating requests

  1. First, create and download a service account key in JSON format.

  2. Then, run:

    go run client/main.go \
        --keyfile=SERVICE_ACCOUNT_KEY.json \
        --audience=hellogrpc.endpoints.PROJECT_ID.cloud.goog \
        --addr=YOUR_SERVER_IP_ADDRESS:80 \
        [message]