MRSK: Deploy Web Apps Anywhere

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  • traefik-dockerized

    Dockerized Deployment of Traefik 2

  • b3cmd-server

    Nice, this reminds me of something from a few years ago:

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  • b3cmd

    Nice, this reminds me of something from a few years ago:

  • traefik

    The Cloud Native Application Proxy

    I'm one of the many who hadn't heard of Traefic until MRSK mentioned it. The marketing seems very (overly?) targetted at cloud microservices and container-specific tech[1]. Is that just marketing, or is it really not a good fit for monoliths on bare-metal?


  • kubernetes

    Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    inline coding == BAD company, very opinionated everything. but you better to use: because they are good people. /s

  • tilix

    A tiling terminal emulator for Linux using GTK+ 3

    A terminal had to change the name from Terminix to Tilix due to trademark issues, even though one is a terminal and the other is a pest killer.

  • distroless

    🥑 Language focused docker images, minus the operating system.

    I find Docker running a full Linux userspace a little bloated. Thankfully there are distroless base images( Haven't done service dev in a while, so I don't really have experience with this, but it looks promising.

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  • hyper-express

    High performance Node.js webserver with a simple-to-use API powered by uWebsockets.js under the hood.

    Yeah I’m personally of the opinion that the performance loss for regular web services is worth it 99% of the time. RAM is cheap, human time is not.

    That said I definitely believe your characterization of resource hunger between nginx and traefik.

    You are the second person to mention using websockets for requests in as many days… How do you deal with scale out? Sticky cookie routing seems like almost a requirement if you don’t want to deploy a redis-alike.

    Also just out of curiosity, do you use hyper-express[0]?


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