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The Go Cloud Development Kit
The Go Cloud Development Kit (Go CDK) allows Go application developers to seamlessly deploy cloud applications on any combination of cloud providers. It does this by providing stable, idiomatic interfaces for common uses like storage and databases. Think database/sql for cloud products. The project works well with a code generator called Wire. It creates human-readable code that only imports the cloud SDKs for services you use. This allows the Go CDK to grow to support any number of cloud services, without increasing compile times or binary sizes, and avoiding any side effects from init() functions. The Go CDK builds at the latest stable release of Go. Previous Go versions may compile but are not supported.
- Unstructured binary (blob) storage
- Publish/Subscribe (pubsub)
- Variables that change at runtime (runtimevar)
- Connecting to MySQL and PostgreSQL databases (mysql, postgres)
- Server startup and diagnostics: request logging, tracing, and health checking (server)
- Avoid all the ceremony of cloud-specific authorization
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