ImageUp for Google Cloud Platform (Storage)
Imageup is a microservice which handles the heavy lifting of image resizing and uploading to Google Cloud Storage. Essentially, you send it a full size image and basic instructions and it will send back an array of hosted images based on those instructions. With Imageup, you never need to store images locally on disk which is ideal when running multiple nodes at once.
It's recommended this be run as a private microservice (most likely within a Kubernetes cluster) because it does not handle any type of authentication. That should be done by the application interfacing with this service.
The easiest way to use this is to simply pull and run it using docker. Note that
GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS is only required if you aren't running this in
a Google Cloud environment. Otherwise, it's already set by default.
docker run -it --rm levinteractive/imageup \ -e GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=/path/to/servicefile.json \ -e BUCKET_ID="my-bucket" \ -e SERVER_PORT="8080"
Alternatively, you can download this repo and build the binary for your respective arch. I didn't include binaries, but could if there is any demand.
BUCKET_IDdefault: null (required)
CORSdefault: "*" (wildcard should be fine since it's private to begin with)