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Episode 150: myNewsWrap – SAP and Microsoft
3 projects | dev.to | 16 Sep 2023
Having containers is nice but everything (well ... nearly everything 😉) gets better with Dapr as an outstanding tool for app development in the container-based area. Here we go what might be worth a look:
Ensuring Seamless Operations: Troubleshooting and Resolving Dapr Certificate Expiry
2 projects | dev.to | 20 Jul 2023
A CNCF project, the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) provides APIs that simplify microservice connectivity. Whether your communication pattern is service to service invocation or pub/sub messaging, Dapr helps you write resilient and secured microservices. Essentially, it provides a new way to build microservices by using the reusable blocks implemented as sidecars.2 projects | dev.to | 20 Jul 2023
I had no overview of the Dapr system which caused me a lot of time in trying to get to the root cause. So first thing I did was to create a nice dashboard where we can have an overview of our Dapr services and their certificates. I started from the official one from Grafana for this. But the dashboard is a bit outdated so I had some issues with the queries, so I did some changes and you can find the JSON of the dashboard below if it helps anyone.
Modular Architecture Design question | Re-using modules in multiple applications
3 projects | /r/csharp | 17 May 2023
I would like to build modules, either in a modular monolith style, or in a microservice style using DAPR and/or Tye.
Ask HN: Modern Node.js Request Fault Tolerance Library?
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 May 2023
Just heard about Dapr last week. Might be more than what you are asking, though but it’s probably worth a look.
Creating a Dapr pluggable component for Supabase
5 projects | dev.to | 25 Apr 2023
From my perspective, I’d like to explore further how Dapr can integrate with other Supabase features. It would also be great to see a Supabase state store as a built-in component that’s available in the Dapr runtime without the need of running the pluggable component separately. I also hope the proposed DocumentStore building block will get some traction this year, since this will pair up very nicely with Supabase and other PostgreSQL stores.
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Apr 2023
Could you use Kubernetes to solve this? Have a single pod running the Redis instance and then multiple running Node.js talking to the Redis instance via something like DAPR (https://dapr.io/)
Anything close beam/otp for other languages?
7 projects | /r/elixir | 7 Apr 2023
Dapr is also building a workflow orchestrator into their microservice system. It's almost in Beta, and when you combine it with Dapr's Virtual Actors, it looks powerful. It will also let you integrate a workflow engine like Temporal, too. https://dapr.io/
(April) - Monthly Shameless Plug
4 projects | /r/platformengineering | 5 Apr 2023
This fantastic blog from Mauricio (Salaboy) Salatino shows how tools like Kratix (kratix.io) and Dapr (dapr.io) can help streamline golden paths: https://blog.dapr.io/posts/2023/04/02/creating-dapr-enabled-platforms-with-kratix/
istributed Application Runtime (Dapr) v1.10 Released
2 projects | /r/AZURE | 19 Mar 2023
Recently, the Dapr maintainers released V1.10 of Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr), a developer framework for building cloud-native applications, making it easier to run multiple microservices on Kubernetes and interact with external state stores/databases, secret stores, pub/sub-brokers, and other cloud services and self-hosted solutions.
I need a custom resource somewhere between a job and cron job -- does it exist?
5 projects | /r/kubernetes | 19 Apr 2023
OpenFaaS - https://www.openfaas.com
Questions for Heroku-like Project
6 projects | /r/kubernetes | 12 Mar 2023
This is where I see K8S coming in – teachers can provide dev deployments that are setup for students to learn. Teachers can also provide containers that run automated tests against the student containers for assessment! Plus, we can smooth over some of the git workflow stuff for the ripest of beginners; we can integrate with github to sync their work on our platform to repositories on their github account, so that they can really take ownership of the work they do on the platform. Last, students can graduate their work from development into production very easily, since we can take the base images + student diffs, build a new "prod" image for the student. We can run students' prod work on "serverless" K8S frameworks like fission or OpenFaas to be able to host many low-traffic "production" apps at the same time.
Does a serverless framework exist to create SaaS apps ?
3 projects | /r/serverless | 5 Mar 2023
Any self-hosted equivalent to AWS Lambdas?
4 projects | /r/selfhosted | 25 Feb 2023
OpenFAAS or FN Project are options
Is it possible to self-host a lambda or lamda-like service
5 projects | /r/aws | 3 Feb 2023
Closest thing I can think of is https://www.openfaas.com (which runs on top of K8s).
Building a RESTful API With Functions
9 projects | dev.to | 29 Jan 2023
OpenFaaS for the serverless functions
Running auto-scalling docker services
6 projects | /r/docker | 3 Jan 2023
If you want to look into FaaS in selfhosted ways, take a look at OpenFaaS, which nowadays works on Kubernetes though - https://www.openfaas.com/. Note that the CE version of OpenFaaS only includes some basic autoscaling. For more complex solutions check out their paid version.
run a RestAPI on Every container?
2 projects | /r/microservices | 8 Nov 2022
The two biggest options are OpenWhisk and OpenFaas. Check out /r/serverless for more options. I'm experimenting currently with OpenFaas as it's the lighter weigh to of the two.
Helm Intro and Cheatsheet
8 projects | dev.to | 10 Oct 2022
The other case where it may not be useful is in some internal applications. Maintaining a helm chart for an application can end up being a sizable amount of work, and they do not allow arbitrary inputs, so if you miss some key (i.e. "imagePullSecrets,") you can end up spending a lot of time key-chasing across your charts. I have heard of folks using Kustomize in such a situation, although another option is to use a meta chart (one chart for many apps) or Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) framework like Serverless, OpenFaas, Knative, etc.
Bots-garden/capsule – the nano (WASM) functions runner
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Oct 2022
Do you want to use a FaaS or just toy with making your own? If you just want to use something check out OpenFaaS, it's very easy to get started and is well documented: https://www.openfaas.com/
If you want to build your own FaaS, I'd still explore OpenFaaS as its creator has documented a lot of its creation and you will soon discover the critical things you'll need to figure out for building your own similar service (i.e. stuff like sandboxed execution environment, API gateway, scaling up and down functions, etc.).
What are some alternatives?
MassTransit - Distributed Application Framework for .NET
IronFunctions - IronFunctions - the serverless microservices platform by
tye - Tye is a tool that makes developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications easier. Project Tye includes a local orchestrator to make developing microservices easier and the ability to deploy microservices to Kubernetes with minimal configuration.
camel-k - Apache Camel K is a lightweight integration platform, born on Kubernetes, with serverless superpowers
LocalStack - 💻 A fully functional local AWS cloud stack. Develop and test your cloud & Serverless apps offline
fn - The container native, cloud agnostic serverless platform.
OpenWhisk - Apache OpenWhisk is an open source serverless cloud platform
Appwrite - Build Fast. Scale Big. All in One Place. Cloud is now available in public beta. 🌩
Nomad - Nomad is an easy-to-use, flexible, and performant workload orchestrator that can deploy a mix of microservice, batch, containerized, and non-containerized applications. Nomad is easy to operate and scale and has native Consul and Vault integrations.
NServiceBus - Build, version, and monitor better microservices with the most powerful service platform for .NET
go-micro - A Go microservices framework
go-kit - A standard library for microservices.