Try using Kong + Konga with Docker Compose.

What is Kong

This method is exposed in the form of Gateway Aggregation in Microsoft's design pattern.

Use the gateway to aggregate multiple individual requests into a single request. This pattern is useful when the client needs to make multiple calls to different back-end systems in order to perform the operation.


In general, creating a service with a microservices architecture creates multiple connections between the application and the server. This makes connection information management and error handling complicated. Therefore, it is conceivable to put something like a reverse proxy in between so that it looks like one to the application. This is gateway aggregation.


This time, I used something called Kong, but Sentinel and Gloo are also famous.

Image to use



What is konga? It's a Web UI for kong. The commercial version of kong has a WebUI, but it is not the OSS version. Therefore, we use OSS called konga to serve WebUI.



version: '2.1'
    image: kong
      - 8443:8443
      - 8001:8001
      - 8444:8444 
      - "KONG_PROXY_ACCESS_LOG=/dev/stdout"
      - "KONG_ADMIN_ACCESS_LOG=/dev/stdout"
      - "KONG_PROXY_ERROR_LOG=/dev/stderr"
      - "KONG_ADMIN_ERROR_LOG=/dev/stderr"
      - "KONG_ADMIN_LISTEN=, ssl"
      - "KONG_DATABASE=postgres"
      - "KONG_PG_HOST=kong-db"
      - "KONG_PG_USER=kong"
      - "KONG_PG_PASSWORD=kong"
      - "kong-migrate"
    restart: "on-failure:3"

    image: kong
      - "kong-db"
      KONG_DATABASE: "postgres"
      KONG_PG_HOST: "kong-db"
      KONG_PG_USER: "kong"
      KONG_PG_PASSWORD: "kong"
    command: "kong migrations bootstrap"
    restart: "on-failure:3"

    image: "postgres:9.6"
      POSTGRES_USER: "kong"
      POSTGRES_DB: "kong"
      - ./kong_data:/var/lib/postgresql/data

    image: pantsel/konga
      - 1337:1337
      - "DB_ADAPTER=postgres"
      - "DB_HOST=konga-db"
      - "DB_USER=konga"
      - "DB_PASSWORD=konga"
    restart: "on-failure:3"
      - konga-db

    image: "postgres:9.6"
      POSTGRES_USER: "konga"
      POSTGRES_PASSWORD: "konga"
      POSTGRES_DB: "konga"
      - ./konga_data:/var/lib/postgresql/data

Settings and points


Select from the CONNECTIONS pane on the left to create a CONNECTION. At that time, enter http: // kong: 8001 / in Kong Admin Url. No SSL, as it is for easy local verification. The domain is kong, not localhost.

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