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How to organize testing scripts in k6 (k6 Office Hours #76)

In this video, we talk about how to organize testing scripts in k6 using features like tags, groups, and functions depending on what type of testing you want to do with your test script. Developer Advocates Paul Balogh, Marie Cruz, and Nicole van der Hoeven show us a few examples of how they would organize and modularize scripts in a test suite.

Rocking the Migration from Apigee Edge Microgateways to Kong Gateways with Zero Downtime!

For our first User Call for 2023, Dominik Schmid and Benjamin Bertow from Mercedes-Benz Tech Innovation GmbH, are joining us to show us how they evolved API management to an open platform, integrating the Kong Gateway as the preferred gateway solution. Have you ever thought about how big companies manage their APIs? Mercedes-Benz teams currently manage around 1500 APIs. We will talk about the past, present, and vision of the Mercedes-Benz API platform.

The Magic of Service Mesh - What Your Sidecar Does for You

Magicians never reveal their secrets. . . but today, we reveal everything! Behold the mysterious Envoy and the magic of mesh in Kong Mesh and its open source sibling, Kuma. Spoiler: the secret is in the sidecar! Join this mesh-by-example talk to learn about how the service mesh manages certificate rotation, cross-zone communication, and service discovery. This talk will explain to service mesh newcomers what application developers can offload to the sidecar proxy — and why it’s a cost-effective way to achieve your reliability and security objectives.

Kong Your Way into the New Year: An Introduction to API Gateway

Our #KongBuilders Livestream is back and kicking off the new year with a tutorial on ������ ���� ������������ �������� ����������������������! We can’t wait to introduce you to Kong’s powerful open-source API gateway with host Viktor Gamov, Principal Developer Advocate with Kong, who will walk you through the basics of getting started with and exploring key features like rate limiting, authentication, and monitoring.

Should you wake up in the middle of the night because production is down - Liran Haimovitch

In many engineering positions today, especially in DevOps engineering (yeah, yeah, I know it’s not an actual position…), you get asked to take an on-call rotation, spending your precious nights and weekends firefighting when production is down. In this talk, we will dive into the whys and why nots of doing just that.