HTTP tunneling in Go using HTTP/2 streams

And making it highly available with Serf and Raft

Iago López Galeiras

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This talk describes our experience developing Wormhole Connector, a distributed proxy component that connects external enterprise systems to a Kyma Kubernetes cluster. The connection between the Wormhole Connector and the Kubernetes cluster is based on HTTP/2, taking advantage of the stream concept to multiplex multiple connections (HTTP/1 or HTTP/2) through one active HTTP/2 connection.

It will cover how we use the Serf and Raft libraries to make the Wormhole Connector highly available, our experience using the Go standard library to support HTTP/2 connections, and technical details describing how everything works under the hood.

This talk describes our experience developing Wormhole Connector, a distributed proxy component that connects external enterprise systems to a Kyma Kubernetes cluster. The connection between the Wormhole Connector and the Kubernetes cluster is based on HTTP/2, taking advantage of the stream concept to multiplex multiple connections (HTTP/1 or HTTP/2) through one active HTTP/2 connection.

It will cover how we use the Serf and Raft libraries to make the Wormhole Connector highly available, our experience using the Go standard library to support HTTP/2 connections, and technical details describing how everything works under the hood.

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