Fast event-loop networking for #golang

Evio is an event loop networking framework that is fast and small. It makes direct epoll and kqueue syscalls rather than using the standard Go net package, and works in a similar manner as libuv and libevent. https://github.com/tidwall/evio The goal of this project is to create a server framework for Go that performs on par with Redis and Haproxy for packet handling. My hope is to use this as

An alternative server framework for #golang that uses I/O multiplexing

Shiny is an alternative server framework for Go that uses I/O multiplexing. It makes direct epoll and kqueue syscalls rather than the standard Go net package. https://github.com/tidwall/shiny It uses the Reactor pattern where the server waits for the OS to signal a readiness event. This is similar to the way that libuv, libevent, haproxy, nginx, redis, and other high performance servers work. The goal of this project is

#golang RESTful API Boilerplate with JWT Authentication backed by PostgreSQL

Go Restful API Boilerplate Easily extendible RESTful API boilerplate aiming to follow idiomatic go and best practice. https://github.com/dhax/go-base Features Configuration using viper CLI features using cobra dep for dependency management PostgreSQL support including migrations using go-pg Structured logging with Logrus Routing with chi router and middleware JWT Authentication using jwt-go in combination with passwordless email authentication (could be easily extended to use passwords instead)

A @golang object document mapper (ODM) for #MongoDB

The mongodm package is an object document mapper (ODM) for mongodb written in Go which uses the official mgo adapter. https://github.com/zebresel-com/mongodm Features 1:1, 1:n struct relation mapping and embedding call Save(),Update(), Delete() and Populate() directly on document instances call Select(), Sort(), Limit(), Skip() and Populate() directly on querys validation (default and custom with regular expressions) followed by translated error list (customizable) population instruction possible before and after

Jaeger is a Distributed Tracing System in #golang

Jaeger, inspired by Dapper and OpenZipkin, is a distributed tracing system released as open source by Uber Technologies and written in Golang . https://github.com/uber/jaeger It can be used for monitoring microservice-based architectures: Distributed context propagation Distributed transaction monitoring Root cause analysis Service dependency analysis Performance / latency optimization Share This:

jwtauth – JWT authentication middleware for #golang HTTP services

https://github.com/go-chi/jwtauth The jwtauth http middleware package provides a simple way to verify a JWT token from a http request and send the result down the request context (context.Context). Please note, jwtauth works with any Go http router, but resides under the go-chi group for maintenance and organization – its only 3rd party dependency is the underlying jwt library “github.com/dgrijalva/jwt-go”.

The Event Gateway combines both API Gateway and Pub/Sub functionality into a single event-driven experience. #golang

https://github.com/serverless/event-gateway The Event Gateway combines both API Gateway and Pub/Sub functionality into a single event-driven experience. It’s dataflow for event-driven, serverless architectures. It routes Events (data) to Functions (serverless compute). Everything it cares about is an event! Even calling a function. It makes it easy to share events across different systems, teams and organizations! Use