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Otoroshi is a layer of lightweight api management on top of a modern http reverse proxy written in Scala and developped by the MAIF OSS team that can handle all the calls to and between your microservices without service locator and let you change configuration dynamicaly at runtime.
scala  proxy  api  http  microservices 
3 minutes ago by bkittelmann
Announcing gRPC Support in NGINX - NGINX
NGINX can already proxy gRPC TCP connections. With this new capability, you can terminate, inspect, and route gRPC method calls. You can use it to:

Publish a gRPC service, and then use NGINX to apply HTTP/2 TLS encryption, rate limits, IP‑based access control lists, and logging. You can operate the service using unencrypted HTTP/2 (h2c cleartext) or wrap TLS encryption and authentication around the service.
Publish multiple gRPC services through a single endpoint, using NGINX to inspect and route calls to each internal service. You can even use the same endpoint for other HTTPS and HTTP/2 services, such as websites and REST‑based APIs.
Load balance a cluster of gRPC services, using Round Robin, Least Connections, or other methods to distribute calls across the cluster. You can then scale your gRPC‑based service when you need additional capacity.
http  integration 
8 hours ago by janpeuker
Cloudflare - The Web Performance & Security Company
A Growing Global Network Built for Scale. Cloudflare speeds up and protects millions of websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other properties connected to the Internet. Our Anycast technology enables our benefits to scale with every server we add to our growing footprint of data centers.
xDN  hosting  online  service  HTTP  proxy 
yesterday by liqweed About
Seaside provides a layered set of abstractions over HTTP and HTML that let you build highly interactive web applications quickly, reusably and maintainably. It is based on Smalltalk, a proven and robust language that is implemented by different vendors.
frameworks  web  seaside  smalltalk  http  html  wpd 
2 days ago by gdw

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