Tag: Chef

Load Balancing a Dynamic Infrastructure with NGINX, Chef, and Consul

This post is adapted from a presentation by Kevin Reedy of Belly Card at nginx.conf in October 2014. While that was a couple years ago, the content is still highly relevant today. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:00 Introduction   Overview   Disclaimer 1:16 What is Belly?   Belly's Stack…

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DevOps Automation with NGINX and NGINX Plus

This post is adapted from a webinar by Floyd Smith and Kunal Pariani. Also see the related blog post, 3 Ways to Automate with NGINX and NGINX Plus. Table of Contents Introduction 3:44 How Long Does it Take You to Deploy New Code? 5:17 Deploying New App Versions 5:46 Modifying Open Source NGINX Configuration 6:40 NGINX Plus HTTP‑Based…

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3 Ways to Automate with NGINX and NGINX Plus

How long would it take your organization to deploy a change that involves just one single line of code? In many organizations today, manual processes are slowing down the process of deploying and managing applications. Manual processes create extra work for developers and operations teams, cause unnecessary delays, and…

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