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The latest update of Kong (0.4.1) ships with some patches, including:

Fixes:

    Fixed issues with the Mashape Analytics plugin. Support for “Client Credentials” OAuth 2.0 flow. A bug-fix for a problem with DNS resolutions in some environments. And more.
To update to the latest version, simply follow the installation instructions.

Roadmap to 0.5.0

As announced in the previous newsletter, we are working hard to ship 0.5.0 with advanced new plugins and improvements. Feel free to contribute by opening issues/pull requests on our Github repository, or chatting with us on Gitter.  

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Augusto Marietti
During the weekend Kong crossed 10,000 downloads.  Today Kong is 89 days old and you can find all the open issues and our roadmap in the Gtihub repo.  Thousands of instances started with Kong, the majority were located in Virginia as it’s the most popular AWS data center. Kong hit version 0.4 only last week (OAuth2.0 and Analytics plugins) but it’s already used in mission critical production environments, from small VC backed startups to Global2000.   Kong IPs Map   The most popular Kong distribution is Docker, followed by Debian, Centos and Ubuntu. You can try Kong on…
Marco Palladino
The latest update of Kong (0.4.0) includes some new exciting features, including:

Improvements:

    OAuth 2.0 Plugin Mashape Analytics Plugin IP Restriction Plugin, with whitelist and blacklist support (including CIDR) The resolver now supports wildcard domains, like: *.myapi.com CORS support in the Admin API Rate-Limiting Plugin now supports chaining multiple limits together Several bug fixes (especially in the SSL and Basic Authentication Plugins) HTTP Log Plugin now supports HTTPS endpoints. Full changelog is available on Kong’s repository
To update to the latest version, simply follow the installation instructions.

Roadmap to 0.5.0

The next major release will need to address some…
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