Go multi-arch microservice template for Kubernetes
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k8s-podinfo

Podinfo is a tiny web application made with Go that showcases best practices of running microservices in Kubernetes.

Specifications:

  • Release automation (Make/TravisCI/CircleCI/Quay.io/Google Cloud Container Builder/Skaffold/Weave Flux)
  • Multi-platform Docker image (amd64/arm/arm64/ppc64le/s390x)
  • Health checks (readiness and liveness)
  • Graceful shutdown on interrupt signals
  • File watcher for secrets and configmaps
  • Instrumented with Prometheus
  • Tracing with Istio and Jaeger
  • Structured logging with zap
  • 12-factor app with viper
  • Fault injection (random errors and latency)
  • Helm chart

Web API:

  • GET / prints runtime information
  • GET /version prints podinfo version and git commit hash
  • GET /metrics return HTTP requests duration and Go runtime metrics
  • GET /healthz used by Kubernetes liveness probe
  • GET /readyz used by Kubernetes readiness probe
  • POST /readyz/enable signals the Kubernetes LB that this instance is ready to receive traffic
  • POST /readyz/disable signals the Kubernetes LB to stop sending requests to this instance
  • GET /status/{code} returns the status code
  • GET /panic crashes the process with exit code 255
  • POST /echo forwards the call to the backend service and echos the posted content
  • GET /env returns the environment variables as a JSON array
  • GET /headers returns a JSON with the request HTTP headers
  • GET /delay/{seconds} waits for the specified period
  • POST /token issues a JWT token valid for one minute JWT=$(curl -sd 'anon' podinfo:9898/token | jq -r .token)
  • GET /token/validate validates the JWT token curl -H "Authorization: Bearer $JWT" podinfo:9898/token/validate
  • GET /configs returns a JSON with configmaps and/or secrets mounted in the config volume
  • POST /write writes the posted content to disk at /data/hash and returns the SHA1 hash of the content
  • GET /read/{hash} returns the content of the file /data/hash if exists
  • GET /ws/echo echos content via websockets podcli ws ws://localhost:9898/ws/echo

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