Blue-green deployment and canary releases are two DevOps approaches that make application delivery and deployment more agile. In this blog we define the approaches and show how NGINX and NGINX Plus make it easy to implement them.
In a Chaos Engineering experiment, you "inject failure" into a microservices application's environment to test the app's resilience. We discuss important concepts like blast radius, magnitude, abort conditions, and blackhole attacks, which cause dependencies to fail.
Veena Rajna Rathna describes what it's like to work as a Quality Engineer at NGINX. She takes us through a typical week, reviews the career path that brought her to NGINX, and explains why she finds NGINX a great place to work.
The F5 and NGINX control-plane development teams recently integrated their code development practices and tools. They chose GitLab for the code repository, GitLab CI for the development pipeline, and JFrog Artifactory for artifact storage.
Scott shares his perspective on NGINX Conf 2019, highlighting a key conference theme--the continuting evolution of applications to act like living organisms. He spotlights a favorite session about NGINX making a difference in the real world by helping Kenya fight its HIV epidemic.
Adam Fisher shares his perspective on how the adoption of public and hybrid cloud is changing application development and delivery. To take full advantage of the scale and flexibility of the cloud, you need a lightweight, multi-cloud application delivery platform like NGINX.
Today's users demand flawless online experiences more than ever before. But the required app delivery infrastructure can be too complex to manage cost-effectively. Streamline your infrastructure with an end-to-end solution from F5 that includes NGINX software.
NGINX Unit 1.9.0 and 1.10.0 introduce request routing based on matching arguments, headers, cookies, and scheme; appending elements to arrays; a built‑in WebSocket server for Node.js; and new guides for Catalyst, NextCloud, Redmine, Docker, and language modules.
The NGINX agent for NS1 provides rich load and availability data to the NS1 global server load balancing service, for more agile and sophisticated DNS-based load balancing for sites and apps proxied by NGINX Plus at multiple locations. Our deployment guide provides complete instructions.
Gus Robertson summarizes Day 2 of NGINX Conf 2019 with his top three takeaways: F5's commitment to the NGINX open source community, a year's worth of NGINX updates and a preview of what's to come, and customer stories about their successes with NGINX.