Cloud-native refers to various tools and technologies that enable businesses and developers to create and maintain applications in a cloud-based infrastructure.
A multi-cloud infrastructure spans multiple public cloud environments from different providers, to take advantage of cloud-specific features. A hybrid-cloud infrastructure includes two or more different types of cloud environments (on-premises, private cloud, and public cloud).
A web application firewall (WAF) protects applications against sophisticated Layer 7 attacks that might otherwise lead to downtime and loss of sensitive data.
Explore what NGINX is and learn how this high-performance software can act as a web server, load balancer, web accelerator, and more.
HTTP/2 is a revised version of HTTP, with the aim to improve speed and security of client interactions across the Internet.
Microservices are an approach to software architecture that builds an application from many small, single-function services that interoperate.
DevOps is an umbrella term used to define a set of practices that combines the roles of developers and operations engineers.
Learn the difference between a reverse proxy vs. load balancer, and how they fit into an web serving and application delivery architecture