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gRPC Up and Running - Cover


Welcome to the resource repository of the book "gRPC - Up and Running".

All the samples of this repository require to have the accompanying book gRPC Up and Running. Each sample is based on a real-world use case and details of the use case can be found in the respective chapter of the book.

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  • Installing Go
    Download the latest Go distribution file from Go’s official download page and follow the steps to install Go language.

  • Installing Java
    Samples are tested in JDK 1.8 version. Recommended to install JDK 1.8 version. Java official downland page

  • Installing Gradle
    Gradle is required for builing and running all the Java samples. So, please install Gradle if you plan to try out Java samples of the book.

  • Installing protoc
    protoc is required for generating code for your protocol buffer based gRPC service definitions (IDLs). Hence please install if you plan to use code generation.

Samples from the gRPC Up and Running Book


Kasun Indrasiri


Kasun Indrasiri is an author and an evangelist of microservices and enterprise integration architecture with over ten years of experience in building distributed systems. He is the director of Integration Architecture at WSO2 and the product manager of the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator. He has authored Microservices for Enterprise (Apress, 2018) and Beginning WSO2 ESB (Apress, 2017) and has spoken at several conferences, including the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference 2019 in San Jose and GOTO Con 2019 in Chicago, and WSO2 Conferences in San Francisco, London, and Barcelona. Kasun lives in San Jose, California, and has founded the “Silicon Valley Microservices, APIs and Integration” Meetup, which is one of the largest microservices meetups in the San Francisco Bay area..

Danesh Kuruppu


Danesh Kuruppu is an associate technical lead at WSO2 with expertise in microservices, messaging protocols, and service governance. Danesh has spearheaded the development of gRPC language implementation and microservices framework.


Path Synopsis
Package mock_proto_gen is a generated GoMock package.
Package mock_proto_gen is a generated GoMock package.
Package ecommerce is a reverse proxy.
Package ecommerce is a reverse proxy.

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