Kong news stories
90% of Australian companies fear competitive displacement
Kong's new report highlights a modern tech stack's vital role in enabling business innovation and world-class digital experiences.
The latest Kong Enterprise release is now 25% faster
Kong has announced Kong Enterprise 2.7, a service connectivity platform that enables companies to manage APIs and microservices at scale.
Why AI’s breakthrough use case for enterprise is to aid API development
APIs already power most of our favourite web-based applications, and will only become more important into the future
Kong announces five key tech predictions for the enterprise in 2022
Cloud connectivity company Kong has announced five key predictions for 2022.
Neosec and Kong form strategic partnership to strengthen API security
The intention of the collaboration is to provide a complete enterprise-class solution for managing and securing APIs and microservices, the company states.
APIOps: A new approach to developing and managing APIs
By following an APIOps strategy to API development, organisations can be sure they’re implementing APIs that will deliver anticipated business benefits.
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Kong is an open-source API gateway and platform that acts as middleware between compute clients and API-centric applications.
Styra and Kong partner to secure modern cloud-native applications
Styra, founders of the Open Policy Agent (OPA), have announced a new partnership with Kong.
Kong collaborates with Red Hat bringing new API tools to OpenShift and Kubernetes
Cloud connectivity company Kong has announced a collaboration with Red Hat to deliver the Kong Konnect platform on Red Hat OpenShift.
How adopting a multi-cloud strategy can deliver significant business advantages
Rather than being wedded to a single provider, different clouds are used to support particular workloads, writes Kong field chief technology officer for APAC Brad Drysdale.
Kong takes zero load balancing pattern ZeroLB to market
ZeroLB is described as a load balancing pattern that aims to remove every load balancer that is being deployed in front of individual services and applications.