Kong Addresses Challenges of Managing Microservices at Scale
Accelerate development. Automate redundant tasks. Empower your developers.
Understand your connections. Identify performance issues. Make real-time improvements
Identify anomalous activity. Restrict access with RBAC. Secure services end-to-end.
Kong Supports Every Step of Your Journey
Kong Enterprise provides a simple, fast, scalable, and flexible service control platform for complex modern architectures. Kong Enterprise secures, manages and monitors all your services to accelerate innovation across all use cases.
Componentization and distributed functionality enable application developers to iterate and deploy continuously, independent of other business units and application teams.
Freedom of Choice
Developers can autonomously choose their preferred frameworks which results in their being able to build and deploy functionality more quickly.
Microservices are designed for failure with redundancy and isolation in mind, which in turn makes applications more robust.
There can be significant savings for the enterprise that decouples functionality and adopts microservices. In order to better understand whether or not a microservices-based approach to development and deployment is optimal, let’s look at the differences between the more traditional monolithic architectural approach and microservices.
There are several strategies to choose from for a transition to microservices, each with their respective pros and cons which should be considered prior to this process.