Posts in 2016

  • gRPC Project is now 1.0 and ready for production deployments

    Tuesday, August 23, 2016 in Blog

    Today, the gRPC project has reached a significant milestone with its 1.0 release. Languages moving to 1.0 include C++, Java, Go, Node, Ruby, Python and C# across Linux, Windows, and Mac. Objective-C and Android Java support on iOS and Android is also …

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  • Mobile Benchmarks

    Tuesday, July 26, 2016 in Blog

    As gRPC has become a better and faster RPC framework, we’ve consistently gotten the question, “How much faster is gRPC?” We already have comprehensive server-side benchmarks, but we don’t have mobile benchmarks. Benchmarking a …

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  • gRPC with REST and Open APIs

    Monday, May 09, 2016 in Blog

    Our guest post today comes from Brandon Phillips of CoreOS. CoreOS builds open source projects and products for Linux Containers. Their flagship product for consensus and discovery etcd and their container engine rkt are early adopters of gRPC. One …

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  • gRPC - now with easy installation

    Monday, April 04, 2016 in Blog

    Today we are happy to provide an update that significantly simplifies the getting started experience for gRPC. For most languages, the gRPC runtime can now be installed in a single step via native package managers such as npm for Node.js, gem for …

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  • Google Cloud PubSub - with the power of gRPC!

    Thursday, March 24, 2016 in Blog

    Google Cloud PubSub is Google’s scalable real-time messaging service that lets users send and receive messages between independent applications. It’s an important part of Google Cloud Platform’s big data offering, and is used by …

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Posts in 2015

  • gRPC releases Beta, opening door for use in production environments

    Monday, October 26, 2015 in Blog

    The gRPC team is excited to announce the immediate availability of gRPC Beta. This release marks an important point in API stability and going forward most API changes are expected to be additive in nature. This milestone opens the door for gRPC use …

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  • gRPC Motivation and Design Principles

    Tuesday, September 08, 2015 in Blog

    Motivation Google has been using a single general-purpose RPC infrastructure called Stubby to connect the large number of microservices running within and across our data centers for over a decade. Our internal systems have long embraced the …

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