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Down the AI Rabbit Hole: Leveraging AI in Your Projects Without Ending Up Lost in Wonderland

Generative AI is transforming the world around us, and is quickly becoming a part of the conversation as we greenfield new features and applications. It is very alluring to deliver AI features into our existing products, and think about new projects we might build around AI. However, you might have already found that the journey into the realm of AI often feels like tumbling down the rabbit hole into wonderland - a maze of complexity and uncertainty.

What is an AI Gateway?

In this session, Marco Palladino, CTO and co-founder of Kong, discusses the importance of AI gateways in supporting the growing demand for AI and API usage. He explains how Kong's AI Gateway simplifies the creation of AI applications by providing a unified infrastructure layer that abstracts common requirements, such as authentication, authorization, traffic control, and observability.

Accelerate AI Adoption with Enterprise-Grade Security and Control in Kong Gateway 3.7

The latest release of Kong Gateway 3.7 brings exciting advancements in AI integration and API security. With the general availability of Kong’s AI Gateway, organizations can now securely leverage multiple large language models (LLMs) through a unified API, enabling centralized management, usage visibility, and data protection via a powerful AI firewall.

Achieving Zero Trust on VMs with Universal Mesh

Two of the main tenets of Zero Trust are encryption between services and managing the connections each service is allowed to use. Achieving this generally falls to running a service mesh in a Kubernetes cluster. Refactoring applications to run properly in Kubernetes takes time and considerable investment. For many organizations, running their applications on virtual machines will be a necessity for years to come. However, this doesn't mean security should fall behind.

Automating API Delivery with APIOps and Kong

As organizations build more APIs, manual processes and frequent handoffs in the API development workflow can lead to a slower time to market, higher development costs, and poor-quality APIs. They can also result in APIs being poorly documented, causing poor API adoption and lower revenues. APIOps aims to address these issues by automating the entire API lifecycle, leveraging DevOps and GitOps principles. But what is DevOps, and what is GitOps?

API Management is Fundamental to Modernizing Insurance Operations

The concept of insurance predates the printing press and the steam engine. So it's likely no surprise that the industry — as obviously adaptable as it is — often faces challenges related to the modernization of legacy systems. In the age of AI and APIs (application programming interfaces), streamlining operations and modernizing are paramount to success.

Kong AI Gateway Goes GA, New Enterprise Capabilities Added

More easily manage AI spend, build AI agents and chatbots, get real-time AI responses, and ensure content safety We're introducing several new Kong AI Gateway capabilities in Kong Gateway 3.7 and Kong Gateway Enterprise 3.7, including enterprise-only and OSS improvements. Read on for a full rundown of the new AI-focused features.

How to Build Better APIs Faster with Insomnia 9.0

API development is a crucial part of modern application building, but the tooling has often lagged behind, leading to inefficiencies and slow release cycles. Kong Insomnia 9.0 aims to change that by providing a powerful all-in-one platform for designing, testing, mocking, and debugging APIs. In this webinar, we'll dive deep into the major new features in Insomnia 9.0 that turbocharge API developer workflows.