Deploying NGINX as a caching reverse proxy in front of Amazon S3 and S3-compatible object stores has two benefits: NGINX caches requests to your object store and prevents unwanted discovery of its contents. Get complete installation and configuration instructions.
With the Fortanix Self-Defending Key Management Service, you can offload TLS crytographic processing from your NGINX and NGINX Plus servers, and safely store your TLS keys for on-demand uploading into the NGINX Plus key-value store. We provide complete instructions for both use cases.
In high-security environments, it's important to store sensitive data like SSL certificate-key pairs in memory only, not on disk. Here we show how to generate ephemeral SSL key pairs using HashiCorp Vault and store them in the in-memory NGINX Plus key-value store.
NGINX Plus R19 extends our monitoring capabilities, both with a larger set of metrics and new ways to analyze them; adds a dry-run mode for testing the effect of rate limiting; enhances the key-value store to support IP address ranges; and makes rate limiting more dynamic.
In this inaugural post in our "Ask NGINX" series, we explain how to convert F5 BIG-IP iRules and Apache rewrite rules to NGINX syntax, use NGINX as an API gateway and NGINX Controller for full API lifecycle management, and implement blue-green deployment with NGINX.
NGINX Plus R16 is a single, elastic ingress and egress tier for applications, consolidating the functionality of a load balancer, API gateway, and WAF with new features like cluster‑aware rate limiting, key‑value store, Random with Two Choices, enhanced UDP load balancing, and more.
Set different bandwidth limits for website users based on their class of service, using the NGINX Plus API and key-value store.