The proficiency test was built keeping in mind his correction, due to this fact, the services were containerized.
Tying up, each step of the proficiency test was placed in a container application.
git clone https://github.com/ojalmeida/dc-a01 && cd dc-a01
- Start services
docker compose up -d
- Check services
docker compose ps
- Access GUI
The database service was built over postgresql alpine-based image from oficial repository.
Alpine-based images contains only essential software an tend to be much smaller than others, such debian-based
Data Definition Language script (db/ddl.sql) was written to initialize database correctly.
The webpage was firstly sketched in Figma platform (
gui/draft.png), what helped a lot in the development.
The Golang API was the easiest and most enjoiable part 😀
The service image was built making use of multi stage image build, again, making use of alpine base image, the final image takes only 13.4 MB.
The HTTP default package, as mentioned in test requirements, was used. As an improvement, I made use of a personal implementation of
fan-inqueue architecture to be able to control concurrency level.
Default HTTP package inits an goroutine on every new incoming request, this can be dangerous, in a DDoS scenery, by example.
The request routing makes use of regexp.Regexp, due to another personal implementation (
go/server/routes.go), what increases maintainability, by offering a more clever and readable approach.
Such as Node-API, the Go-API logs information to
stderr, with this approach, the loggin can be delegated easily to
Kubernetes logging system or, in this case, to
Docker logging system.
The Node.Js API was built over
express module, such was mentioned in test specification.
The service image was also build over alpine, from node:14-alpine image.
This service was the hardest part of the project, primarily by the
Promise concept, what I think that has a big learning curve 🙁
Benchmark was made with Apache Benchmark.
- CPU: Intel Core i3-10100 4.3GHz
- Memory: 16GB DDR4 2333Mhz