A healthcare tech company migrated to Kubernetes, reduced downtime, and improved visibility with Azure Kubernetes Service and NGINX.
Building a Docker Image of NGINX Plus with NGINX Agent for Kubernetes
Build a Docker image of NGINX Plus with NGINX Agent for Kubernetes, optionally with NGINX App Protect WAF and an API developer portal. Get complete instructions here.
Making Better Decisions with Deep Service Insight from NGINX Ingress Controller
With Deep Service Insight, load balancers outside a Kubernetes cluster get the health status information they need to direct traffic optimally to service pods.
Managing Kubernetes Cost and Performance with Kubecost and NGINX
Together, Kubecost and NGINX can help you reduce your Kubernetes spend while optimizing application performance in both cloud and on-premises clusters.
Microservices and Kubernetes: A Gardening Guide to Software Ecosystems
Do microservices, containers, and Kubernetes make your head spin? Read this article to gain an understanding of these technologies and how they interrelate.
How to Scaffold a Java Project and Build a Kubernetes-Native App
Daniel Oh, Senior Principal Developer Advocate at Red Hat, explains how to scaffold a Java project from scratch and then build it as a Kubernetes-native application.
Enabling Self-Service DNS and Certificate Management in Kubernetes
Operators can enable self-service DNS and certificate management for developers in Kubernetes, with our solution built on NGINX Ingress Controller, cert-manager, and ExternalDNS.
Automating Multi-Cluster DNS with NGINX Ingress Controller
With an integration between ExternalDNS and NGINX Ingress Controller, you can use the Kubernetes API to make resources discoverable via public DNS servers across multiple clusters and cloud-vendor regions.
Automating Certificate Management in a Kubernetes Environment
Simplify cert management by providing unique, automatically renewed and updated certificates to your endpoints.
Architecting Zero Trust Security for Kubernetes Apps with NGINX
Protect your users, distributed applications, microservices, and APIs at scale and end-to-end across any environment – on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud.