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.
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Docker and NGINX go together like bananas and peanut butter. NGINX is the #1 download on Docker Hub; the NGINX Kubernetes Ingress controller, NGINX Unit, and NGINX Controller all have strong interest from the Dockersphere. Try our solutions, and come visit us at DockerCon in booth S22.
A newly discovered security threat exploits a configuration that allows remote users to specify the server for a request in the HTTP Host header, and thus access potentially sensitive information. In this post we explain how to prevent this "cloud metadata" attack.
NGINX Amplify now features MySQL support. Amplify monitors the entire LEMP stack, including variations: Linux, (E)NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB/Percona, PHP, and PHP frameworks such as WordPress. This blog post shows you how to configure the Amplify MySQL plug-in, metrics monitored, and troubleshooting.
NGINX Unit 1.0, a multi-language applications server, launched today. Unit supports Python, PHP, Perl, Ruby, and Go, with more languages to come. Unit is dynamically configured using a REST API; there are no process reloads or service interruptions required for configuration changes to take effect.
NGINX Conf 2018 opens Monday, October 8 with a training day. The main conference is Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10.
A unified Ansible role for both NGINX OSS and NGINX Plus is available on Ansible Galaxy, adding many features to the original separate roles.
Monitor NGINX with the stub_status module, log files, NGINX Amplify, the NGINX Plus API module and dashboard, third-party plug-ins, and more.
How to tune your NGINX installation to meet, and beat, published performance benchmark - includes caching, SSL/TLS, and hardware settings.
Senior software engineer Anatoly Mikhaylov shows how to use Amplify as a visualization and reporting tool for fixing dodgy TCP connections.