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Envoy, the new darling of the DevOps community, performs the role of a service and edge proxy. With advanced features such as timeouts, rate limiting, circuit breaking, load balancing, retries, stats, logging, and distributed tracing are required to handle network failures in a fault tolerant and reliable way it’s a solid choice as an API gateway and/or to manage communications among microservices in order to ensure application performance. Envoy’s out-of-process architecture can be used with…

Thousands of companies from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises use Kong as their API gateway. With a blazingly fast performance, it comes with a perfect feature set for everyone who manages microservices, APIs or serverless stack. Today, we’re thrilled to be a launching partner of Kong Hub. Kong Hub is a marketplace of plug-ins and modules created by the open-source community and commercial partners that was launched and announced today at the very first Kong…

During the DockerCon a couple of weeks ago https://2017.dockercon.com/ the new native swarm functionality was one of the highlighted themes. What is a swarm? A swarm is a cluster of Docker engines, or nodes, which acts as an orchestrator, monitor and ingress load balancer for all the services deployed on swarm. The Docker Engine set of commands provide for a way to create, manage and deploy nodes. Features that were previously only available as a part…

Wallarm has partnered with Mashape to provide the microservices community with API security. Mashape enterprise customers who use Kong API gateway can now quickly add API security protection without change in Kong user’s deployment. Read more about Kong and Wallarm partnership in this blog. Today Kong is used in mission critical deployments at small and large organizations. Scalable: Kong easily scales horizontally by simply adding more machines, meaning your platform can handle virtually any load…