Enterprises rely on Red Hat OpenShift as a Kubernetes platform with a comprehensive feature set and enterprise-grade support. NGINX ingress Controller augments OpenShift with traffic control and automation features beyond those provided by the default Ingress controller.
We announce the Modern Apps Reference Architecture, an open source architecture and deployment model for modern apps deployed in Kubernetes. We invite you to "steal" it to help speed your production deployments, modify it, and submit integrations of your favorite tools.
NGINX Unit makes supporting HTTPS simple and completely application-agnostic, because encryption is applied at the level of the listener, not the application. No need to dig into language‑specific details! In this blog we illustrate HTTPS configuration for a Spring Boot application.
We recently updated the NGINX Ingress Controller solution brief with sizing guidelines for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). In this blog, we explain how we came up with the guidelines, including all the information you need to do similar testing of your own.
Despite the emergence of DevSecOps, security teams still seem to lag behind the pace of DevOps. Platform Ops can be the solution, where security teams provide self‑service, consumable policies to development teams. Find out how the NGINX suite of security products can help.
Not just another variant in the ever-growing set of "X-Ops" practices, Platform Ops is a way to balance developer freedom and corporate compliance for technology teams across the enterprise, helping you achieve digital transformation with the right blend of shifted left and buttoned down.
Research shows that many prefer live streaming to recorded video, blogs, and other media. Join NGINX Content Manager Marco Martinez for a backstage tour of how he creates live-streamed content at NGINX. We welcome your input on what you want to see on the NGINX live stream.
Preview the seven demos presented by the NGINX team on August 24 at NGINX Sprint 2021, our annual virtual event. We show how NGINX solutions accelerate just about every step in your app development journey, from deploying the first reverse proxy to launching a service mesh.
Dive deep into two Linux features that underlie containers: namespaces and cgroups. They enable process isolation, ensuring that multiple processes running on a system don't interfere with one another. Our NGINX Unit application server also uses them for application isolation.