logpaste

A simple web service for storing text log files (by mtlynch)
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mtlynch/logpaste is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • The Architecture of a One-Man SaaS
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-08
    I still use GCP, but I avoid locking myself into their proprietary infrastructure when I'm writing new stuff. I feel like Google is far too cavalier about deprecating services and forcing their customers to do migration work.

    It is hard to replace GCP's managed datastores because I really don't want to maintain my own database server (even if it's a managed service that someone else upgrades for me). So I've stuck to Google Cloud Datastore / Firestore, but I've been experimenting a lot with Litestream[0], and I think that might be my go-to choice in the future instead of proprietary managed datastores.

    Litestream continuously streams data from a SQLite database to an S3 backend. It means that you can design your app to use SQLite and then sync the database to any S3 provider. I designed a simple pastebin clone on top of Litestream, and I use it in production for my open source KVM over IP. It's worked great so far, though I'm admittedly putting a pretty gentle workload on it (a handful of requests per day).

    [0] https://litestream.io/

    [1] https://github.com/mtlynch/logpaste