We would like to use this library https://github.com/SebastiaanKlippert/go-wkhtmltopdf to generate PDFs from HTML. That library is licensed under MIT. It is really nothing more than a wrapper for the go language to use this library: https://github.com/wkhtmltopdf/wkhtmltopdf. wkhtmltopdf is licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 (LGPL).
We would like to build and host a docker containerized deployment of a go binary and the wkhtmltopdf lib binary as a microservice in AWS. Internally we would call this service from any number of other microservices when we need to create PDFs. We would not be making any modifications to the library itself, we would only be linking to it dynamically via the go library.
I'm trying to understand what the legal requirements are in a situation like this. Again, we are not modifying the library, nor are we distributing the code or the binary. It's only being used internally and will not be publicly accessible.
Can anyone provide some insight? Thanks.