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How to Add Wallarm to Protect Your NGINX Plus Installation

Why a WAF? If you are developing applications based on a high‑performance application server such as NGINX Plus, you need to consider security implications, especially if your web application accepts requests from outside the company perimeter. A web application firewall (WAF) is a security module focused on applications themselves, providing highly granular and customizable logic for…

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Creating Installable Packages for Dynamic Modules

NGINX 1.11.5 and NGINX Plus R11 introduced support for compiling dynamic modules independently of NGINX itself. This allows users of NGINX and NGINX Plus to use the official builds from the NGINX, Inc. repositories and load in the dynamic modules they need. There are several sources of dynamic modules: Official repository of prebuilt open source NGINX packages and modules Official…

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Announcing NGINX Plus Certified Modules

Today we are pleased to announce the availability of NGINX Plus Certified Modules. With certified modules you can add advanced functionality developed by NGINX partners into NGINX Plus through the dynamic module capability introduced in NGINX Plus R11. All certified modules meet our strict requirements for compatibility with NGINX Plus, and are tested and certified so you can deploy them…

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Recovering from a Failed NGINX Plus Upgrade: ‘module “M” version X instead of Y’

If you are using dynamic modules, you might see an error like this during the upgrade to a new NGINX or NGINX Plus release: Setting up nginx-plus (1.11.10-1~xenial) ... nginx: module "/etc/nginx/modules/ngx_http_geoip_module.so" version 1011005 instead of 1011006 in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf:7 nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed invoke-rc.d: initscript nginx, action "upgrade" failed. The most likely reason…

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Optimizing Your Website with the Google PageSpeed Dynamic Module for NGINX Plus

As the average size of web pages continues to grow, it is increasingly important to optimize all aspects of design, development, and delivery of your website in order to ensure a good experience for your users, regardless of what device they are using. It is well documented that page load time impacts user experience and…

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Compiling Third-Party Dynamic Modules for NGINX and NGINX Plus

Editor – The blog post announcing the original release of dynamic module support (in open source NGINX 1.9.11, February 2016) redirects here. The build process described in that post is deprecated. NGINX version 1.11.5 and NGINX Plus Release R11 introduced binary compatibility for dynamic modules. This article explains how to compile third‑party modules for use with NGINX and NGINX Plus in a…

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Announcing NGINX Plus R11

We are excited to announce the availability of NGINX Plus Release 11 (R11). With this release we are providing a number of new features in NGINX Plus to make the product easier to extend and customize, and to support an even broader range of deployments. NGINX Plus R11 introduces binary compatibility for dynamic modules. This means that dynamic modules that have…

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nginx.conf 2016 Preview 1: NGINX Speakers

nginx.conf 2016 is only two months away! The early bird rate is still available until Friday, July 22, so sign up today. On Wednesday, September 7 and Thursday, September 8, you'll enjoy conference sessions and exhibitor booths. The NGINX booth will be staffed by key NGINXers, including developers from our Moscow office! On Friday, September 9, we’ll offer training…

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Announcing NGINX Plus R9

NGINX, Inc. is proud to announce the availability of NGINX Plus Release 9 (R9), the latest release of our application delivery platform. This update provides two significant new features: the ability to dynamically load rich extensions to NGINX Plus without the need for custom binaries, and commercially supported UDP load balancing alongside our existing TCP and HTTP…

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