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Software applications are moving to the cloud at an ever-increasing pace and the last few years have made it clear that a digital-first mindset is the only way for businesses to remain competitive. Many ISVs and digital-native businesses are accelerating the transition to becoming digital enterprises by embracing cloud architectures that provide greater agility, resilience and flexibility than the monolithic architectures of the past. Many adopt a cloud-native approach, where resources can be allocated depending on need and leveraged at the touch of a button. This allows companies to embrace agile ways of working, incorporate DevOps best practices and push out updates on the fly.

Kong Gateway Enterprise is a service connectivity platform that provides technology teams at hybrid organizations the “architectural freedom” to build APIs and services anywhere. Kong Gateway Enterprise supports the full life cycle of service management, enabling users to easily design, test, secure, deploy, monitor, monetize and version their APIs. Join us for this hands-on workshop during which Kong and AWS subject matter experts will showcase Kong API Gateway on AWS and demonstrate how you can use it to help your organization drive innovation and achieve faster time-to-market, higher productivity and more!

During this workshop you will learn about key patterns for modernization and how to use these patterns with Kong to:

  • Decentralize applications and services: Break down monoliths into services or build new applications with distributed architectures to accelerate your journey to microservices, Kubernetes and service mesh
  • Secure and govern APIs and services: Provide consistent security, governance and compliance across APIs and services
  • Create a developer platform: Provide an internal developer platform built for distributed architectures
  • Offload critical and complex processing out of services and microservices

Attendees will follow along as our experts perform AWS setup, Kong for Kubernetes setup, Kong Ingress creation, Kong Ingress policies, Kong Ingress consumption and monitoring.

Workshop pre-requisites:

Laptop/Desktop with Internet access. Attendees should ensure they have at least one internet browser from the ones listed here. During the event, the presenters will walk through the process of procuring temporary AWS accounts and Kong license, so that attendees can be hands-on during the event. It's recommended that attendees have working fundamental knowledge of AWS and Kubernetes.

Claudio Acquaviva
Principal Partner Solutions Engineer - Kong
Claudio Acquaviva is currently focused on API management, microservices and service mesh, and monolith-to-microservices migration projects in on-premises and cloud computing hybrid environments.
Debora Rocha
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Debora Rocha has a degree in Information Technology that she  earned in Brazil, and International Business from the University of Wisconsin. Previously she worked as a contractor for the Federal Government as a system analyst supporting the implementation of a large compensation system. She currently lives in Marysville, WA and in her spare time she loves to spend time with her two children and family.

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