We’re excited to announce the release of Kong Mesh and Kuma 2.1! In this release, we’re shipping the full suite of new and improved policies announced (and started) in 2.0. Additionally, we’re launching some more great UX improvements in the UI and a host of smaller fixes. In order to take advantage of the latest and greatest in service mesh, we strongly suggest upgrading to Kong Mesh 2.1. Upgrading is simple through kumactl or Helm.
Since our last Kong Konnect monthly update, we’ve been hard at work to deliver some more powerful features in Kong Konnect, including consumer groups, dynamic client registration using Curity and Auth0, plugin ordering, and streamlined Docker runtime instance creation. Read on to learn what’s new in Kong Konnect.
Data quality is fairly simple nomenclature to describe the state of the data being processed, analyzed, fed into AI, and more. But this modest little term belies an incredibly critical and complicated reality: that enterprises require the highest level of data quality possible in order to do everything from developing product and business strategies, and engaging with customers, to predicting the weather and finding the fastest delivery routes.
Katalon’s January release adds Robot Framework integration with Katalon’s AI-enabled Visual Testing. We have also updated our API documentation for those teams needing to create their own custom integrations to the Katalon Platform via API’s.
N|Solid is an incredibly versatile platform for helping developers and devops engineers build and manage highly performant and secure Node.js web applications. With the advancement of machine learning you can unlock even more potential. Our M/L solution is a powerful tool that can increase the quality of user experience and boost efficiency for organizations with their Node.js applications.
A new Fivetran Airflow provider developed by Astronomer allows data engineers to run Fivetran data syncs more efficiently in Airflow 2.2+
It’s no secret that more and more applications are moving to the cloud. According to the 2022 Flexera State of the Cloud report, 50% of all workloads are in public clouds. In addition, moving from on-premises software to SaaS was a top priority for 42% of survey respondents. According to the BetterCloud’s 2023 State of SaaSOps report, organizations are using 130 SaaS apps on average. Many of these apps are the backbone of your organization.