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Adopting Microservices at Netflix: Lessons for Team and Process Design

In a previous blog post, we shared best practices for designing a microservices architecture, based on Adrian Cockcroft’s presentation at nginx.conf 2014 about his experience as Director of Web Engineering and then Cloud Architect at Netflix. In this follow‑up post, we’ll review his recommendations for retooling your development team and processes for a smooth transition to…

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NGINX Plus and Amazon Elastic Load Balancing on AWS

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Customers using Amazon Web Services (AWS) often ask us whether to use NGINX Plus or Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) for application load balancing. Amazon has published a whitepaper that describes how to set up NGINX Plus on AWS. This post focuses on the factors to consider as you choose between NGINX Plus and ELB, as…

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Come Meet the NGINX Team at These Upcoming Events

We love getting out and spreading the word about NGINX and NGINX Plus. Also, we enjoy hearing what our users have to say about our products, and how they're being used to improve web performance.

With that, we've got a nice lineup of events on our calendar. Come meet some of the NGINX team and let's talk tech – let us know what's on your mind. See you there!

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More Ways to Power Your Cloud Applications with NGINX Plus for AWS

Today, we announced some big changes to the products we make available at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. NGINX is one of the most commonly used platforms for HTTP applications on AWS, and NGINX Plus is the commercial version with a number of additional features to help you deliver and manage your AWS‑based applications, all…

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Getting Started with NGINX Plus on Amazon EC2

Basic Installation Getting started with NGINX Plus in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is easy! We provide multiple supported instances of NGINX Plus (based on Amazon Linux, RedHat Linux, and Ubuntu) at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, both available either as a free trial or on a pay‑by‑use basis. Amazon's Getting Started guide gives you a quick…

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