About Kong packaged by Bitnami
Kong packaged by Bitnami provides a one-click install solution for Kong. Run your own kong server in the cloud.
Kong is a scalable, open source API layer (aka API gateway or API middleware) that runs in front of any RESTful API. Extra functionalities beyond the core platform are extended through plugins. Kong is built on top of reliable technologies like NGINX and provides an easy-to-use RESTful API to operate and configure the system.
If you’re building for web, mobile or IoT (Internet of Things) you will likely end up needing common functionality on top of your actual software. Kong can help by acting as a gateway for HTTP requests while providing logging, authentication, rate-limiting, and more through plugins.
More on Kong packaged by Bitnami
Kong was originally built at Mashape to secure, manage, and extend over 15,000 APIs and microservices for its API Marketplace, which generates billions of requests per month for over 250,000 developers. Today, Kong is used in mission critical deployments at small and large organizations.
Scalable: Kong easily scales horizontally by simply adding more machines, meaning your platform can handle virtually any load while keeping latency low.
Modular: Kong can be extended by adding new plugins, which are easily configured through a RESTful Admin API.
Runs on any infrastructure: Kong runs anywhere. You can deploy Kong in the cloud or on-premise environments, including single or multi-datacenter setups and for public, private or invite-only APIs.
KEY FEATURES OF KONG INCLUDE
- OAuth2.0, JWT, HMAC, Basic, Key.
- Logging over HTTP, TCP, UDP or to disk.
- ACL, IP-restriction, SSL, CORS, Bot Detection.
- Response Rate Limiting, Request Rate Limiting.
- API Analytics: Visualize, Inspect and Monitor API traffic with Galileo.
- Developer Portal: With Gelato integration, build beautiful portals.
- Transformations: Add, remove or manipulate HTTP requests and responses.
Launch on more than just a Single VM using Kong Cluster
Looking for Kong with fault tolerance and support for heavier workloads? Try Bitnami’s multi-tier Kong solution, which uses the native cloud provider APIs to deploy a multi-node, load-balanced Kong cluster and an additional Cassandra cluster for data storage.
On Microsoft Azure, you can launch this configuration into your account using the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Why use Kong packaged by Bitnami?
- Consistent between platforms