Using the ingress-as-a-service architecture from ngrok, the idiomatic Go package ngrok-go enables Go programmes to safely receive network requests as though they were listening on a local port.
By handling certain low-level network primitives at various stages of the network stack that developers are now responsible for setting up to enable network ingress, ngrok-go seeks to make the process of creating network ingress more straightforward. DNS, TLS Certificates, network-level CIDR Policies, IP and Subnet Routing, Load Balancing, VPNs, and NATs are all included in this.
Only legitimate requests will ever make it to the Go app since all the policies given when calling “Listen” are implemented by ngrok, which rejects all illegal requests at the edge.
The “portability” of ngrok-go with regard to ingress is another benefit of employing it. This means that regardless of the underlying platform—bare metal, a virtual machine, AWS, Azure, Kubernetes, etc.—an app using it will simply operate in the same manner.