A combination of factors makes APIs rich targets for security attacks. We discuss methods for securing APIs throughout their lifecycle, from design and development through delivery, using WAFs, bot protection, API management tools, and API gateways.
Independent technical research firm GigaOm compared the performance of NGINX and several popular API management solutions. Their report validates NGINX as the only solution that helps you deliver APIs in real time. Read this summary blog and download the full report.
Available compliments of NGINX, this O’Reilly Media eBook features practical security tips and advice that your development and security teams can use right away.
In this webinar we address key questions from customers about NGINX Controller 3.0+, our rearchitected application delivery and API management platform.
Optimize your application delivery infrastructure with seamless integration of the NGINX Application Platform with some of the most popular Linux, automation, and container platforms: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
The NGINX Controller API Management Module is a radical departure from traditional APIM solutions. Three key differentiators are an innovative architecture that decouples the control and data planes, suitability for multi-cloud deployment, and fair and predictable pricing.
Did you know that 27% of enterprises are releasing app updates every day? Achieving this kind of speed while maintaining quality is possible only with automation. In this webinar we show how to automate your NGINX Plus deployment using NGINX Controller and our Ansible collection.
In this comprehensive benchmark report, GigaOm compares NGINX, Kong Enterprise Edition, Kong Cloud, and AWS API Gateway as high-performance, real-time API management solutions.
APIs are increasingly critical to many businesses, so choosing the right API gateway pattern for your application delivery infrastructure is key. Here we explore five such patterns: edge gateway, two-tier gateway, microgateway, per-pod gateways, and sidecar gateways.