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Morgan Davies
Mashape, the creator of Kong, is now a proud Silver Member of the Linux Foundation’s Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). T​he CNCF is sustaining and integrating open source technologies to orchestrate containers as part of a microservices architecture. With nearly 10,000 stars on Github and over 2.5 million downloads, Kong is the most popular open-source API gateway and microservices management layer. Built on top of NGINX, a high-performance web server, Kong is designed to sit in front of highly performant APIs and microservices to protect, extend and orchestrate distributed systems. CNCF is a nonprofit organization committed to advancing the development…
Morgan Davies
Mashape is excited to partner with IBM and announce the OpenWhisk plugin for Kong’s API Gateway, available both to the open source community via Apache OpenWhisk and as a commercial offering on Bluemix, IBM’s cloud platform. OpenWhisk is a cloud-first distributed event-based programming service, whose serverless architecture accelerates development of small, distinct, and independent actions. By eliminating infrastructure limitations, OpenWhisk enables teams to efficiently work on different pieces of code simultaneously. It provides a programming model to upload event handlers and register the handlers to respond to various events. Now developers can use Kong to invoke Apache OpenWhisk serverless functions…
Morgan Davies
We’re going to AWS re:Invent! Join Mashape and over 24,000 attendees at the largest gathering of global Amazon Web Services community members. Mashape is a proud AWS partner and bronze sponsor of the event. Want to learn more about Kong and meet the team, drop by booth #2633 and say hello. Come learn about Kong, Gelato and Galileo. – How Kong manages your APIs and Microservices – How to install Kong on AWS – How to customize and optimize Kong specifically to your API needs – How to add microservice analytics and an API developer portal Kong Kong is the…
Morgan Davies
Register for this exciting webinar: Join us October 26th at 10AM PDT. Mashape recently announced an integration partnership between Kong, our open-source API management gateway and Bitnami, the leader in ready-to-run application packages and developer stacks for cloud deployments. By providing pre-packaged application images for the Google Cloud Platform, Bitnami enables devs to create and provision a new cloud server immediately. Bitnami saves users countless hours of configuring and setting up servers. It was a natural choice to work with Bitnami and provide Kong with a fast and easy way to deploy on Google’s Cloud Platform (GCP). Learn…
Morgan Davies
Mashape is proud to announce an integration partnership with Kong, the most popular open-source API Management platform and Koding, offering development environments as a service. Koding is one of the fastest ways to build and test virtual machines in the cloud. Cloud-based development environments have dramatically transformed how engineers and teams write code and collaborate on projects. As more companies request cloud deployment options a partnership with Koding was a natural choice. Koding is changing the paradigm of how cloud development environments are deployed and managed. Koding’s integration with Kong will allow engineers to quickly launch a properly configured development…
Morgan Davies
Mashape is proud to announce an integration partnership with Bitnami, the leader in ready-to-run application packages and dev stacks for native, virtual and cloud deployments. Mashape’s Kong platform is the most popular open source API gateway and microservice management layer. Built on NGINX with Cassandra or Postgres as DBs, Kong is designed for high availability and distributed systems. Now with Bitnami’s Launcher you can quickly test and deploy Kong on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Google’s cloud-based hosting, storage and related services offering. Bitnami has partnered with Google to make Kong available on the GCP. With Kong’s increasing popularity and community…