Kong for Amazon Web Services

Full-Lifecycle API and Microservices Management
Container-Native | Hybrid-Ready


Organizations are attempting to modernize by embracing decentralized architectures, automating workflows, and adopting CI/CD practices. Kong’s Service Control Platform is designed to optimize today’s application modernization needs through intelligent automation across the full lifecycle of APIs and services.


Kong’s plug-in architecture and open-source core make the platform extensible for any use case. Kong accelerates moving mission-critical services to the AWS cloud by reducing disruption to the business during and after migration. Kong also enables AWS services integration to legacy on-premise systems that are not designed to handle cloud-volume requests. Kong works with AWS EKS, Lambda, ECS, RDS, Aurora, ElastiCache and more.

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Performance at Scale

Kong provides the industry’s lowest latency and highest scalability to ensure your services always perform at their best. Kong’s lightweight core built for the cloud-native world allows you to optimize performance as your AWS services scale up to thousands of transactions per second.

Flexible and Extensible

Kong’s active open source core is developed by a global community of developers focused on the next era of API management. Kong’s plug-in architecture makes it easy for organizations to take advantage of plug-ins sourced from the community, third-party providers, and from Kong’s Enterprise team. See the Kong Hub to learn about Kong’s AWS Lambda and Kong on AWS with Terraform plug-ins.

Move to Cloud with a Hybrid AWS Solution

Kong supports hybrid use cases, for customers who want to move mission-critical services to the AWS cloud but still need to connect with other services remaining in on-premise systems due to business requirements.

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