In today’s world, having a scalable and reliable web infrastructure is crucial to your site’s success. Monitoring NGINX Plus performance and the health of your load‑balanced applications is critical, and acting on these metrics enables you to provide a reliable and satisfying user experience. Knowing how much traffic your virtual servers are receiving and keeping an…Continue reading ›
[Editor – The Chef cookbook referenced in this blog relies on the NGINX Plus Status and Upstream Conf modules (enabled by the status and upstream_conf directives). Those modules are replaced and deprecated by the NGINX Plus API in NGINX Plus Release 13 (R13) and later, and will not be available after NGINX Plus R15. For the solution to continue…Continue reading ›
Photon OS is a new lightweight Linux distribution from VMware, designed specifically to run containers. Photon OS supports multiple container specifications, including Docker, rkt, and Pivotal Garden. One of the goals of Photon OS is to provide high performance when running on VMware vSphere. It comes with tdnf, a new yum‑compatible package manager for efficient lifecycle management. Photon OS…Continue reading ›
Kubernetes is an open source system developed by Google for running and managing containerized microservices‑based applications in a cluster. People who use Kubernetes often need to make the services they create in Kubernetes accessible from outside their Kubernetes cluster. Although Kubernetes provides built‑in solutions for exposing services, described in Exposing Kubernetes Services with Built‑in Solutions…Continue reading ›
nginx.conf 2015 may be over, but your opportunities to enjoy great sessions from the event are not! Check out the links below to select full conference sessions, watch the keynotes, and get up to speed on the NGINX product releases we announced last week. Watch Full nginx.conf Sessions On Demand In advance of nginx.conf, we ran…Continue reading ›
[Editor – The solution described in this blog relies on the NGINX Plus Status module (enabled by the status directive). That module is replaced and deprecated by the NGINX Plus API in NGINX Plus R13 and later, and will not be available after NGINX Plus R15. For the solution to continue working, update the code that refers…Continue reading ›
Perhaps it’s your first time on the top of Hacker News, or maybe your site’s been picked up by that popular news outlet. If you’ve never worried about scaling and web performance before, we’ll take a look at the basics and give you a place to start. Don’t worry, NGINX and NGINX Plus can help. Numerous…Continue reading ›
That’s right! We hope you reserved your tickets to this sold-out conference, because we want to meet you there! Visit us at DockerCon from June 22nd to 23rd in San Francisco to learn how Docker and NGINX work together, enabling you to easily scale and deploy your containerized applications.
More awesome reasons to go:
- Attend Interconnecting containers at scale with NGINX on Monday June 22, 4:50 – 5:30PM:. Learn from Sarah Novotny, NGINX's Head of Developer Relations, how to properly route and accelerate HTTP and TCP traffic, how to manage traffic across your distributed microservice architecture, and so much more.
- Meet the NGINX team at Booth G16: Come learn why NGINX is the standard for delivering web apps. We will show you how easy it is to deploy NGINX and NGINX Plus with Docker.
Editor – This seven‑part series of articles is now complete: Introduction to Microservices (this article) Building Microservices: Using an API Gateway Building Microservices: Inter-Process Communication in a Microservices Architecture Service Discovery in a Microservices Architecture Event-Driven Data Management for Microservices Choosing a Microservices Deployment Strategy Refactoring a Monolith into Microservices You can also download the complete…Continue reading ›
As developers and technology professionals, we are all feeling the pressure of having to innovate, adapt, and build extraordinary new products and experiences faster than our competition. Continuous development and integration, the rapid deployment and elasticity of containers and cloud services, and breaking our applications into interconnected microservices are emerging as the new normal. With…Continue reading ›