Unit 3 of Microservices March 2022 addresses the all-important topic of security in Kubernetes. Here are links to the resources you need: the livestream on March 21, blogs and other prep resources, and the hands-on lab, “Protect Kubernetes Apps from SQL Injection”.
Traffic surges can cause bottlenecks, leading to dropped connections and lost customers. In this tutorial, Daniele Polencic of learnk8s shows how to reduce latency for a Kubernetes app by autoscaling the number of NGINX Ingress Controller pods in response to high traffic.
Unit 2 of Microservices March 2022 is all about how to expose your APIs in Kubernetes. Here are links to the resources you need: the livestream taking place on March 14, blogs and other prep resources, and the hands-on lab, “Protect Kubernetes APIs with Rate Limiting”.
We've completed the first phase of adding observability to the NGINX Modern Apps Reference Architecture (MARA). Here's how and why we chose OpenTelemetry as our base solution, and how we integrated it and other solutions to implement seven aspects of observability.
Microservices March 2022 is underway! Here are links to all the resources for Unit 1: the livestream taking place on March 7, blogs and other resources that provide more in-depth knowledge, and the self-paced, hands-on lab, “Reduce Kubernetes Latency with Autoscaling”.
More and more organizations, including the U.S. government, are recognizing the need for Zero Trust security. ZT is particularly important for distributed environments like Kubernetes. Follow our seven practical guidelines to implement ZT more easily and effectively.
Our 2021 survey of the NGINX community reveals that two-thirds of you are using Kubernetes in production or planning to deploy within a year. But you're also concerned about your level of knowledge and the complexity, security, and scalability of Kubernetes itself.
Great ready for Microservices March 2022! This year we focus on Kubernetes networking, a key component of production-grade Kubernetes that is often not well understood. Preview what you'll learn during the four-week series and register for access to the labs.
We performance test NGINX Ingress Controller and the default Red Hat OpenShift Router in an OpenShift Cloud Platform cluster while scaling the number of backends up and down. The Router experiences significant latency and errors, but NGINX Ingress Controller almost none.