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Svalbard’s Scandinavian furniture is quickly becoming a living room staple in homes across the globe. But the cost of scaling up the online store’s application is growing as fast as its customer base. As a Rust programmer, you’ve been helping Svalbard migrate its legacy mainframes to a more flexible, modern deployment model to manage the cost. Your application is fast and reliable, but you’re not done yet! As more people use your tool, the number of use cases it needs to support is increasing, too.
Your task is to refactor your application from a locally executed CLI tool to an always-on service. You’ll scale up observability by adding logging and metrics collection using industry-standard tools, including Prometheus, and you’ll deploy your application as a Docker container alongside a reference service. When you’re done, you’ll have built a production-ready application that supports a wide range of real-world scenarios.
This liveProject is for Rust programmers who are familiar with Rust syntax and its ownership system and who want to write reliable, efficient code. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn skills and tools for preparing your Rust application for production.
geekle is based on a wordle clone.