Mesosphere DC/OS – Kong Implementation Meetup
Secure, Scale and Orchestrate Microservice APIs with the power of Kong and the Flexibility of Mesosphere
Applications can never be too secure and DevOps teams can never be too nimble. That’s why mutual customers of Kong and Mesosphere have asked for an even faster way to build, secure, scale and orchestrate their microservice APIs.
Join experts from Kong and Mesosphere as they illustrate the techniques needed for simplifying operations and achieving higher resource utilization with Kong Enterprise Edition and Mesosphere DC/OS.
Kong + Mesosphere Meetup
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Mesosphere HQ, 88 Stevenson Street, San Francisco, CA
Register here to join the event!
You’ll have plenty of opportunity to talk with the engineers who designed and built the integration. It’ll be a fun opportunity to learn how to incorporate these technologies into your applications and environment.
And no Meetup would be complete without food, drinks and networking with your peers. Space is limited so register today!.
Marco Palladino – Kong Inc. CTO and Co Founder
Marco is an inventor, software developer, and internet entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and CTO of Mashape, which was started in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California. He is currently responsible for the design and delivery of the Mashape products, while also providing the technical thought leadership around APIs and Microservices within Mashape and the external community. This includes being one of the core maintainer of Unirest and Kong, the most popular open-source API gateway for Microservices that came out of Mashape. He is also the creator of the largest API marketplace in the world.
Philip Norman – Monitoring Microservices with Mesosphere DC/OS
Microservices represent a huge leap forward in flexibility, agility, and scalability. But they also presents some challenges. Monitoring and debugging the way microservices interact in a constantly-changing environment is one. In this talk, we’ll discuss the difficulties of monitoring a containerized workload, and demonstrate some techniques and tools for overcoming them.
The Mesosphere Datacenter Operating System (DC/OS) is a new kind of operating system that spans all of the servers in a physical or cloud-based datacenter, and runs on top of any Linux distribution. Mesosphere’s DC/OS makes executing and managing applications in a data center just like launching applications on a laptop by running them on Apache Mesos.
Kong is the most popular open-source API gateway and microservices management layer. Designed to sit in front of highly performant APIs and microservices, Kong protects, extends and orchestrates distributed systems. Kong has over 12,000 stars on Github and 4 million plus downloads.
You can always learn more about Kong deployment on DC/OS here.