Morgan Davies

MesosCon 2017 was an amazing event! Thanks to everyone that dropped by our booth. It was great to share Kong with you.

During the event, Marco Palladino, Kong’s CTO, presented “API Gateway Pattern & Kong in a Microservices World.” In a container world, APIs are becoming increasingly more important as a communication medium, inside and outside the firewall. As more services are created the harder it gets to efficiently secure, manage, and extend them in a variety of environments. This applies to both single or multi-DC setups.

API gateways can be used to centralize common functionality in one place by providing a highly performant, extensible and lightweight layer for both internal and external services, including serverless functions.

If you missed the conference or weren’t able to chat with us during the event, you can always attend one of our Webinars.


Meetup in SF – If you’re in San Francisco, October 25th, we’re co-hosting a gathering at Meosphere’s headquarters. Register here to join us!


Kong is designed to sit in front of highly performant APIs and microservices to protect, extend and orchestrate distributed systems. With 12,000 stars on Github and 4 million plus downloads, Kong is the most popular open-source API gateway and microservices management layer.


MesosCon North America is an annual conference organized by the Apache Mesos community, bringing together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem.

To schedule a personalized Kong demo contact us here.

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