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How Expedia Uses NGINX Plus for Cloud Migration at Scale

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Dave Drinkle of Expedia, Inc. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents   Introduction 1:19 Three Pillars of Cloud Migration 3:00 Traffic Through NGINX Before Cloud Migration 3:23 Traffic Through NGINX After Cloud Migration 3:43 Basic Configuration 4:58 Multi-Region Resiliency…

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Using the NGINX JavaScript Module to Progressively Transition Clients to a New Server

Building customized upstream selection with JavaScript code Editor – This post is one in a series about the NGINX JavaScript module, which was formerly called nginScript (this post uses the names interchangeably). The first post discusses why NGINX, Inc. developed its own implementation of JavaScript, and presents a sample use case. The subsequent posts explore additional use…

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Migrating Layer 7 Logic from F5 iRules and Citrix Policies to NGINX and NGINX Plus

Administrators of traditional hardware application delivery controllers (ADCs) are often faced with use cases that the rule sets provided by ADC vendors don't cover, and certainly not at the necessary fine‑grained level of control over how requests and responses are processed. As a result, most organizations have written their own custom rules, and as they…

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Introducing Full Emoji Support in NGINX and NGINX Plus Configuration 😂

Here at NGINX we strive to support the latest technologies, development best practices, and DevOps principles. It is well known that the use of emoji has grown significantly in the last several years. Most Internet users utilize them in place of standard emoticons and many individuals can now have full, meaningful conversations without using any…

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Maximizing Python Performance with NGINX, Part 1: Web Serving and Caching

Introduction – How NGINX is Used with Python Python is famous for being easy and fun to use, for making software development easier, and for runtime performance that is said to exceed other scripted languages. (Though the latest version of PHP, PHP 7, may give Python a run for its money.) Everyone wants their website and application…

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Load Balancing Applications with NGINX Plus in a CoreOS Cluster

[Editor – The solution described in this post uses deprecated technologies: fleet, which CoreOS officially stopped supporting in February, 2018 in favor of Kubernetes. Moreover, CoreOS was acquired by Red Hat in January, 2018. The NGINX Plus Upstream Conf module, which is deprecated and replaced by the NGINX Plus API in NGINX Plus R13 and later. The post has not been…

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Maximizing Drupal 8 Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Caching and Load Balancing

This post is adapted from a webinar hosted on January 20, 2016 by Floyd Smith and Faisal Memon of NGINX, Inc. It is the second of two parts, and is focused on caching and using NGINX as a load balancer. The first part focuses on site architecture and configuring NGINX for Drupal 8. You can also view the complete webinar on…

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Maximizing Drupal 8 Performance with NGINX, Part 1: Architecture and Configuration

This post is adapted from a webinar hosted on January 20, 2016 by Floyd Smith and Faisal Memon of NGINX, Inc. It is the first of two parts, and is focused on site architecture and configuring NGINX for Drupal. The second part focuses on NGINX as a reverse proxy, load balancer, and content cache. You can also view the complete…

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8 Tips for Drupal 8 Performance

Editor – For more on maximizing Drupal 8 performance with NGINX, watch our webinar on demand, Maximizing Drupal 8 Performance with NGINX. You can read a transcript of the webinar in two parts: Architecture and Configuration and Caching and Load Balancing. [blockquote author="David Wheeler"]All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection. Drupal is a…

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Scaling Web Applications with NGINX, Part 2: Caching and Monitoring

This post is adapted from a talk given by Matt Williams at nginx.conf 2015, held in San Francisco in September. It is the second of two parts, and focuses on caching and monitoring; the first part focuses on load balancing. You can view the presentation slides and watch the complete talk on the NGINX, Inc. YouTube channel. Table…

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