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Learn how MemberCentral stabilized its applications by replacing hardware load balancers with NGINX PlusModern Load Balancing
Learn how Buzzfeed built a microservices request router using NGINX Plus.Flexible Microservices
Learn how you can deploy NGINX on any cloud, eliminate vendor lock-in and reduce complexity.Scalable Cloud
See how Distil Networks prevents security breaches and limits malicious traffic with NGINX Plus and the NGINX WAF.Multi-layer Security
Discover how Warpwire provides a fast, high performance experience for users.Web & Mobile Performance
Learn how Adobe trusts NGINX Plus to manage and secure business-critical APIs.Custom API Gateways
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The use of a API gateways and the move to microservices may be the two most important trends in application development. But are these two approaches similar, or different? Contradictory,...
When Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is enabled for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and related distros, its default settings prevent NGINX and NGINX Plus from performing some operations. This article explains how to modify SELinux settings to permit full functionality.
In this blog, we compare three simple, unambiguous performance metrics: HTTP requests per second (RPS), SSL/TLS transactions per second (TPS), and HTTP throughput (Gbps). The bottom line: the NGINX Plus price-performance advantage continues, with cost savings for NGINX over F5 ranging from 78% to 84%.
Application development & delivery are continuing to change rapidly as agile principles are applied more thoroughly and to all parts of the overall process. Chris Stetson identifies three principles that guide modern application development: keep it small; design for the developer; and make it networked.