The 51Degrees NGINX Plus Certified Module combines the efficiency and performance of NGINX Plus with 51Degrees' s patented device detection and high-fidelity analytics. The result is a superior, customized user experience and increased conversion rates on your site.
NGINX Plus R16 is a single, elastic ingress and egress tier for applications, consolidating the functionality of a load balancer, API gateway, and WAF with new features like cluster‑aware rate limiting, key‑value store, Random with Two Choices, enhanced UDP load balancing, and more.
Web hosting company Atlantic.Net uses NGINX internally and features NGINX prominently in customer offerings. In this post Derek Wiedenhoeft, DevOps Operations Engineer at Atlantic.Net, explains the advantages of a LEMP stack over a LAMP stack and describes a few ways to get the most out of NGINX.
You can download a free copy of the complete ebook, The Enterprise Path to Service Mesh Architectures, immediately. This ebook explains service mesh architectures from an enterprise point of view and tells you how to adopt a service mesh architecture in your own microservices applications.
In this blog, we compare three simple, unambiguous performance metrics: HTTP requests per second (RPS), SSL/TLS transactions per second (TPS), and HTTP throughput (Gbps). The bottom line: the NGINX Plus price-performance advantage continues, with cost savings for NGINX over F5 ranging from 78% to 87%.
When Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is enabled for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and related distros, its default settings prevent NGINX and NGINX Plus from performing some operations. This article explains how to modify SELinux settings to permit full functionality.
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.
NGINX has released version 1.3.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes. This release features Prometheus support, better Helm charts, mergeable Ingress resources, easier custom template management, health checks, and status reporting. Come to Github and get it.
NGINX Conf 2018 has two days of demos and presentations on NGINX Plus, NGINX Controller, NGINX Unit, the NGINX Kubernetes Ingress controller, and more. You can also see the big picture, how it all works together as part of the NGINX Application Platform. Register now for Early Bird savings.
The $ssl_preread_protocol variable introduced in NGINX 1.15.2 allows you to distinguish between SSL/TLS and other protocols when forwarding traffic using a TCP proxy. This is useful if you want to avoid firewall restrictions by running (for example) SSL/TLS and SSH services on the same port.