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.
NGINX Global Solutions Architect and DevOps expert Kevin Jones provides practical advice on steps in your transition to DevOps: setting goals, choosing the right tools, fostering cross-functional communication, and measuring the success of your transition.
Why are F5 and NGINX better together? Because now we can build an industry first: a coordinated set of technologies that span the entire application delivery path, from code running on app and web servers, through transport, security, and management services, to the end customer.
Agile development has become crucial to development and delivery of new software and new features. But hardware load balancers, with their complex configurations, block progress. A software load balancer - used with, or in place of, hardware - makes the whole delivery chain agile.
A unified Ansible role for both NGINX OSS and NGINX Plus is available on Ansible Galaxy, adding many features to the original separate roles.
NGINX created officially supported Ansible Roles for the open source NGINX software and NGINX Plus, now replaced by a unified Role.
Owen Garrett, Head of Products, introduces NGINX Unit, NGINX Controller, and the NGINX Application Platform
StackState webserver monitoring helps you see the full picture of your NGINX webserver topology, including critical dependencies.
Owen Garrett, NGINX Head of Product, is interviewed in the TechTarget Microservices channel on secure application development and deployment.