Might be ignorance on my part but I’m not aware of anything that would be thought of as infrastructure code written in rust or go yet - is this changing? Either way, seems like would be a pretty big endorsement for either language.
Go has a pretty strong contender to ‘infrastructure’ with dl.google.com running in Go. This site serves ChromeOS, Android, Chromium & .deb updates. Additionally I believe cloudflare had parts of their infrastructure in Go and they are in-front of a lot of web pages.
Cloudflare is definitely serving TLS 1.3 written in Go right now.
I’m aware of a fair few things in go - a few examples:
also docker, rkt, etcd
… and the Hashicorp tools too (pretty much everything other than Vagrant).
AFAIK Digital Ocean uses Go for a large portion of its backend code (this was mentioned on the Gotime podcast, I think in episode 17).
One thing that I do wonder about NTPSec - was it really easier to start by stripping town classic NTP instead of adding the few missing features to the excellent (and secure) OpenNTPD?
I’m pretty sure Dropbox has some amount of their infrastructure written in Rust, but most is still in Go. I’m not sure they’ve written about it in a blog, but there is at least an HN comment.
Rewritten from Python, I assume?
This suggests it may have been written in Go before. It’s hard to tell though.