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Check out these useful resources on how to spin up a test cluster with Google Kubernetes Engine or Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes! Or, perhaps you don't have your own application yet? Read below to try our demo app.
We’ve built a microservices demo application that simulates the user-facing part of an e-commerce website that sells socks. We use it to do testing, QA, user research and to evaluate processes for deploying to various container platforms, like Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, Mesos and, of course, Docker. It’s open-source and freely available on GitHub for you to use.
The Sock Shop is built using Node.js, Go kit and Spring Boot based microservices, MongoDB as a service datastore, RabbitMQ for the order queue, and it uses NGINX as an edge load balancer in some configurations.