Go Rust

Open-source Go projects categorized as Rust

Top 23 Go Rust Projects

  • conduit

    Ultralight, security-first service mesh for Kubernetes. Main repo for Linkerd 2.x.

  • Project mention: Optimal JMX Exposure Strategy for Kubernetes Multi-Node Architecture | dev.to | 2024-03-27

    Leverage a service mesh like Istio or Linkerd to manage communication between microservices within the Kubernetes cluster. These service meshes can be configured to intercept JMX traffic and enforce access control policies. Benefits:

  • awesomo

    Cool open source projects. Choose your project and get involved in Open Source development now.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • wasmer-go

    🐹🕸️ WebAssembly runtime for Go

  • Project mention: Running WebAssembly code in Go | dev.to | 2023-12-12

    The next step is to create a Go project and run our wasm file with some runtime. For this, I chose wasmer-go.

  • peerdb

    Fast, Simple and a cost effective tool to replicate data from Postgres to Data Warehouses, Queues and Storage

  • Project mention: PeerDB Streams – Simple, Native Postgres Change Data Capture | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-05-06
  • nodebook

    Nodebook - Multi-Lang Web REPL + CLI Code runner

  • wasmtime-go

    Go WebAssembly runtime powered by Wasmtime

  • Project mention: Wazero: Zero dependency WebAssembly runtime written in Go | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-01

    [2] https://github.com/bytecodealliance/wasmtime-go

  • olin

    Webassembly + Event Sourcing

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  • parca-agent

    eBPF based always-on profiler auto-discovering targets in Kubernetes and systemd, zero code changes or restarts needed!

  • Project mention: Flameshow: A Terminal Flamegraph Viewer | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-24

    If that's true, you should probably update the docs. Everything I could find implied dotnet, jvm, python were still unsupported. For example, the roadmap section of the readme mentions most of these but nothing mentions dotnet. However I did find your tickets and a demo being merged in which makes it seem maybe supported?

    Ticket: https://github.com/parca-dev/parca-agent/issues/161

    Demo: https://github.com/parca-dev/parca-demo/pull/18

  • speakeasy

    Speakeasy CLI - Enterprise developer experience for your API (by speakeasy-api)

  • Project mention: Generating Code Without Generating Technical Debt? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-11-10

    I’ve built conviction that code generation only gets useful in the long term when it is entirely deterministic, or filtered through humans. Otherwise it is almost always technical debt. Hence LLM code generation products are a cool toy, but no sensible teams will use them without an amazing “Day 2” workflow.

    As an example, in my day job (https://speakeasyapi.dev), we sell code generation products using the OpenAPI specification to generate downstream artefacts (language SDKs, terraform providers, markdown documentation). The determinism makes it useful — API updates propagate continuously from server code, to specifications, then to the SDKs / providers / docs site. There are no breaking changes because the pipeline is deterministic and humans are in control of the API at the start. The code generation itself is just a means to an end : removing boilerplate effort and language differences by driving it from a source of truth (server api routes/types). Continuously generated, it is not debt.

    We’ve put a lot of effort into trying to make an LLM agent useful in this context. However giving them control of generated code directly means it’s hard to keep the “no breaking changes”, and “consistency” restrictions that’s needed to make code generation useful.

    The trick we’ve landed on to get utility out of an LLM in a code generation task, is to restrict it to manipulating a strictly typed interface document, such that it can only do non-breaking things to code (e.g. adjust comments / descriptions / examples) by making changes through this interface.

  • cargo-lambda-cdk

    CDK Construct to build Rust functions with Cargo Lambda

  • oomstore

    Lightweight and Fast Feature Store Powered by Go (and Rust).

  • goprisma

    A Go wrapper for prisma to turn databases into GraphQL APIs using Go.

  • yomo-wasmedge-tensorflow

    This application demonstrates how to launch high-performance "serverless" functions from the YoMo framework to process streaming data. The functions are embedded in a WebAssembly VM, WasmEdge, for safety, security, portability, and manageability.

  • sqliterg

    A SQLite Remote Gateway - query SQLite via HTTP

  • Project mention: Soul: A SQLite REST and Realtime Server | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-03-19
  • eclectica

    ☀️ Cool and eclectic version manager for any language

  • Rust-Auto-Wipe

    A Go application for Rust game servers operating with Pterodactyl that automatically wipes server(s) based off of cron jobs.

  • lembas

    Lembas is a plugin manager for the MMORPG Lord of the Rings Online

  • tutorials

    📚 Stash of tutorials completed for learning cool stuff. (by mihaigalos)

  • go-evmap

    A Go implementation of Rust's evmap which optimizes for high-read, low-write workloads and uses eventual consistency to ensure that readers and writers never block each other.

  • ga-perf

    A Genetic Algorithm Based Language Benchmark

  • aoc

    Advent of Code solutions in rust and go (by protiumx)

  • shine

    Rust inspired Option and Result implementation for Go (by its-felix)

  • Project mention: Safety in Go | /r/golang | 2023-07-04

    I created https://github.com/its-felix/shine for fun (implementation of both Option[T] and Result[T] inspired by rust), but without rusts pattern matching and limitations when switching type arguments in go, it turned out to be really cumbersome. I don’t use it myself for that reason - was fun to write though

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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What are some of the best open-source Rust projects in Go? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 conduit 10,387
2 awesomo 9,248
3 wasmer-go 2,743
4 peerdb 1,842
5 nodebook 1,616
6 wasmtime-go 758
7 olin 518
8 parca-agent 487
9 speakeasy 144
10 cargo-lambda-cdk 90
11 oomstore 84
12 goprisma 71
13 yomo-wasmedge-tensorflow 60
14 sqliterg 44
15 eclectica 28
16 Rust-Auto-Wipe 25
17 IOTA-SmartContracts 21
18 lembas 16
19 tutorials 9
20 go-evmap 9
21 ga-perf 3
22 aoc 2
23 shine 1

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