There is a huge shift in where cloud native, microservices and serverless are becoming widely popular. It is become more complex to manage and scale all these endpoints being generated by these architecture patterns.
Teams are adopting API gateways to simplify this backend and have a single point of entry for all the clients. API Gateways also give you the ability to easily implement things like rate limiting, CORS and authentication in your architecture since you can address those at the gateway level instead of the individual function or service.
In line with this, Oracle has of on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as part of our Cloud Native offering. offers the ability to build scalable and secure cloud native applications that provide RESTful APIs to back-end services. Some of the Key features include Policy enforcement, Metrics and Logging. With Oracle API Gateway you can do RESTful APIs with Oracle Functions, but also protect any RESTful APIs running on Container Engine for Kubernetes, Compute, and other projects endpoints.
Please join us as we show you how to get started with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure API Gateway right away, as we dive into the capabilities and benefits in a simple, intuitive and developer focused way.
Speaker: Allen Wangu
EMEA A&C Cloud Adoption & Implementation Consultant
Oracle CCOE Innovation and Modernization, Kenya
Date: Thursday, March 12th, 10am CET (9am GMT/11am EET)
Duration: 1 hour
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