pxy is a Go server that routes incoming livestream data from websockets to an external RTMP endpoint.
This project is a work in progress, I'll update it more with time.
For a side-project of min
This is a DHCP service/daemon with very few features. It provides basic dynamic IPv4 pool allocation as well as persistent, static leases. iPXE support does not exist yet, but is planned.
One thing Light DH
Simple DNS Server implemented in Go
The Domain Name System (DNS) consists of multiple elements: Authoritative DNS Servers store and provide DNS record information, Recursive DNS servers (also referred to as caching DNS
Fast, multithreaded, modular and extensible DHCP server written in Go
This is still a work-in-progress
In CoreDHCP almost everything is implemented as a plugin. The order
SQL-er is a tiny portable server enables you to write APIs using SQL query to be executed when anyone hits it, also it enables you to define validation rules so you can validate the request body/query params, a
Multicluster-controller is a Go library for building Kubernetes controllers that need to watch resources in multiple clusters. It uses the best parts of controller-runtime (the library powering k
Thunder is a Go framework for rapidly building powerful graphql servers. Thunder has support for schemas automatically generated from Go types, live queries, query batching, and more. Thunder is an open-source project from Samsara
GraphQL for Monolith, Microservices, and Serverless
What is Sqoop?
Sqoop (formerly QLoo) is a GraphQL Server built on top of Gloo and the Envoy Proxy.
Sqoop leverages Gloo's function registry and Envoy's