Red Hat announced new capabilities and features for Red Hat OpenShift, the company's enterprise Kubernetes platform.
NetFoundry's API is now available in the world's largest API marketplace - RapidAPI.
Developers can now implement zero trust, cloud-orchestrated, programmable networking between any set of cloud applications, edge applications, user devices and IoT devices. The resultant private networks eliminate dependencies on MPLS or VPNs.
Idit Oryon, Head of partnerships at Rapid API says, "RapidAPI is excited to collaborate with NetFoundry to offer its cloud native zero trust, programmable networking APIs on the world's largest API Marketplace. RapidAPI enables developers to easily find, connect to, and manage the APIs they need for building diverse applications without duplicating efforts by building complex code. By making NetFoundry's software-only, zero trust models accessible to our development community, they can now add zero trust security and optimized performance to their next-generation applications."
Galeal Zino, Founder & CEO of NetFoundry. Galeal said: "This is the second wave: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) APIs gave developers the abstractions and controls necessary to leverage cloud native compute; now Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) enables developers to easily leverage cloud native networking."
"Our partnership with RapidAPI enables developers to build next-generation secure-by-design applications that require secure transactions, smart automated digital services," says Sreelakshmi Sarva, Head of Product at NetFoundry.
Developers may now subscribe to the NetFoundry API via the RapidAPI marketplace to spin up application-specific networks termed "NetFoundry AppWANs". AppWANs provide micro-segmented, software-only, high-performance access to applications. These apps can be made to be invisible to the internet, accessible only via the private, zero trust AppWAN overlays. Because the solution is app-specific, software-only and cloud-orchestrated, it can be used to provide security and performance for any application, without disrupting any existing WANs or networks, and without impacting other applications.