cloud/docker, cloud/kube: expose port 80 for all services

Changes to the way Let's Encrypt works mean that we need to serve on
port 80 as well as 443. (No Upspin traffic is served in plain text; this
is used solely for Let's Encrypt challenges.)
See issue upspin/upspin#568 for the details.

Change-Id: I53591210f8f09ccc46e025b9a8b622c2c6ee0831
Reviewed-on: https://upspin-review.googlesource.com/18140
Reviewed-by: Rob Pike <r@golang.org>
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README.md

Upspin gcp repository

This repository contains support for running Upspin against Google Cloud Storage and/or Google Container Engine.

See the Setting up upspinserver document for information about running an Upspin service that stores its data in Google Cloud Storage.

See the master repository for more information about the Upspin project.