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Moderna's Nathaniel Reynolds on Service Mesh, Open Source, and AI for Developers

In this post, Nathaniel Reynolds, Associate Director of Informatics Architecture & DevOps at Moderna Therapeutics, talks about service mesh, removing limitations with open source, and how AI helps developers do more. No one can predict the future, but here’s a safe bet: in the next five to ten years, we aren’t going to have fewer applications. We’re going to have more. And that means connectivity requirements are going to get bigger and bigger over time.

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Kong Konnect Supports Consumer Groups, Plugin Ordering, and More

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.

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Kong Mesh & Kuma 2.1 released with full suite of next-gen policies

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.

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Kong Certifications and Training: Level Up Your API IQ

The joy (and sometimes woe) of working in technology is that we’re forever learning. The software stack is constantly changing, so innovators come to embrace a lifetime of learning. In this ever-evolving IT landscape, measurable skills have become the global currency for IT professionals. In this post, we’ll talk about the selection of courses offered through Kong Academy and the Kong Certification program, as well the benefits of microcredentials for employers and employees.

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Kong Konnect Adds Secrets Management, Improved Analytics

Hayden Lam also contributed to this post. Today we’re thrilled to announce new features in Kong Konnect, including secrets management, support for Kong Gateway 3.1, Analytics updates, runtime group APIs, system accounts, and an intuitive overview page and service wizard. In this blog, we’ll explore all these exciting updates in Kong Konnect.

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How and Why to Migrate From Kong Open Source to Kong Enterprise API Gateway

Kong’s open-source API Gateway is a highly successful project with over 33k stars on GitHub and 293 contributors. Kong provides a powerful platform that can be extended using hundreds of plugins provided by Kong, ecosystem partners, and the community. Kong’s Enterprise subscription provides an extended set of capabilities over and above the core foundation of Kong OSS. We will explore how to migrate an installed system from OSS to Enterprise here today.

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Flexible Policy Match in Kuma 2.0

Kuma is configurable through policies. These enable users to configure their service mesh with retries, timeouts, observability, and more. Policies contain three main pieces of information: Kuma 2.0 introduces a new matching API that’s more understandable and powerful. In this article, we explain why we’re doing this, how to use the new policy matching API, and what’s coming next.

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Kong Insomnia 2022.7: Now Supporting OpenAPI 3.1, Custom Linting, and More

We’re excited to announce the general availability of Kong Insomnia 2022.7. This update brings several new capabilities into the fold with a focus on improving API quality and driving productivity. Read on to learn more about what’s new in Kong Insomnia.