Tag: Fabric Model in NGINX MRA

Running Microservices on OpenShift with the NGINX MRA’s Fabric Model

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Kubernetes has become a popular container platform for running microservices applications. It provides many important features, such as fault tolerance, load balancing, service discovery, autoscaling, rolling upgrades, and others. These features allow you to seamlessly develop, deploy, and manage containerized applications across a cluster of machines. Red Hat's OpenShift 3 is a container platform…

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The 3 Models in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture

This post is adapted from a webinar by Chris Stetson and Floyd Smith. It describes the three models in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture (MRA): the Proxy Model, Router Mesh Model, and Fabric Model. You can also download our ebook, Microservices Reference Architecture, which covers the models in greater detail, along with other topics. Have specific questions about…

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Building a Secure, Fast Network Fabric for Microservices Applications

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Chris Stetson. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:00 Introduction 0:56 The Big Shift 2:31 An Anecdote 3:53 The Tight Loop Problem 5:10 Mitigation 6:00 NGINX Works Well with Microservices 6:42 The Microservices Reference Architecture 7:36…

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MRA, Part 4: The Fabric Model

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Author’s note – This blog post is the fourth in a series: Introducing the Microservices Reference Architecture from NGINX MRA, Part 2: The Proxy Model MRA, Part 3: The Router Mesh Model MRA, Part 4: The Fabric Model (this post) MRA, Part 5: Adapting the Twelve‑Factor App for Microservices MRA, Part 6: Implementing the Circuit Breaker Pattern with NGINX Plus All six blogs, plus…

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