The modern market's demand for speed has heightened the tension between DevOps and NetOps/SecOps teams. But you can have both developer productivity and infrastructure reliability -- bridge the divide with self-service app delivery tools from NGINX.
Automation is essential to delivering modern digital experiences. We've created four video demos showing how to automate deployment of NGINX Plus and NGINX App Protect, NGINX Controller, an NGINX Plus data plane using Controller, and GSLB using F5 DNS Cloud Services.
We feature answers from our experts to three key questions about NGINX automation asked at the panel discussion we held during AnsibleFest 2020: how official roles and collections add value, how to choose which tasks to automate, and why community input is so important.
Announcing the NGINX Core collection on Ansible, with three roles to help you automate installation and configuration of NGINX Open Source, NGINX Plus, and NGINX App Protect. The collection is available in both community and supported versions.
The NGINX Load Balancer Operator is a reference architecture for automating reconfiguration of the external NGINX Plus load balancer for your Red Hat OCP or a Kubernetes cluster, based on changes to the status of the containerized applications.
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.
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.
A unified Ansible role for both NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus is available on Ansible Galaxy, adding many features to the original separate roles.