Creating a minimal container image for a Go application

How hard can it be — to create the smallest possible container image to run a Go application? It is not hard to create a container image that contains an binary executable file — and that is what a Go application turns into during the build process. However, that does not automatically produce a very small image or one that actually can run the application successfully. There are a few things…

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Lucas Jellema is solution architect and CTO at AMIS, The Netherlands. He is Oracle ACE Director, Groundbreaker Ambassador, JavaOne Rockstar and programmer

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Lucas Jellema

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Lucas Jellema is solution architect and CTO at AMIS, The Netherlands. He is Oracle ACE Director, Groundbreaker Ambassador, JavaOne Rockstar and programmer

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