We show how to build an application stack with NGINX Unit, enabling automated deployment of production environments with custom‑built language runtime versions, libraries, modules, and extensions. The sample app is WordPress deployed in a Docker container.
We show how to automate the promotion of a development environment to production using the Red Hat Ansible collection for NGINX Controller. In the accompanying video, we use all roles in the collection, plus sample playbooks and Ansible Tower workflows.
The NGINX Ingress Operator for OpenShift is a supported and certified mechanism for deploying the NGINX Plus Ingress Controller for Kubernetes alongside the default router in an OpenShift environment, with point-and-click installation and automatic upgrades.
Release 1.7.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes includes certification of the Red Hat OpenShift Operator, support for TCP, UDP, and TCP Passthrough load balancing, a circuit breaker implementation, and improved validation and reporting for NGINX Ingress resources.
In high-security environments, it's important to store sensitive data like SSL certificate-key pairs in memory only, not on disk. Here we show how to generate ephemeral SSL key pairs using HashiCorp Vault and store them in the in-memory NGINX Plus key-value store.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, you can do your part by reducing bandwith on the global network and optimizing your website efficiency. Here we offer five easy tips for tuning your NGINX configuration. The impact of these changes on thousands of websites can really add up!
During the COVID-19 pandemic, remote learning via video has become the new normal for many educational institutions. Here we show how to set up live video streaming using NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus. Get step-by-step instructions in two embedded video demos.
NGINX and Red Hat are deepening their relationship to bring you secure, scalable, and supported application delivery – no matter where you are on the journey from monolithic apps to microservices. Learn about our combined solutions for enterprise-grade Kubernetes, faster release cycles, and secure apps.
NGINX Unit 1.16.0 introduces two new features that are already familiar to NGINX users. First, it can load balance across a group of upstream servers using the round-robin method. Second, you can define what happens when a requested file can't be served, similar to the NGINX 'try_files' directive.