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Not All Software Load Balancers Are Created Equal

According to findings by InformationWeek and Interop ITX, 50% of organizations have implemented DevOps methodologies or plan to implement them soon. But DevOps methodologies require solutions that deliver the agility and flexibility required to rapidly achieve scale and high feature velocity. In a recent blog, NGINX CEO Gus Robertson described how load balancers are a…

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Consolidating Your API Gateway and Load Balancer with NGINX

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Now that software load balancers are the standard in modern, DevOps‑driven organizations, what new challenges have we created for ourselves? How can we deal with the complexities of “proxy‑sprawl”? Can we consolidate without compromising performance, stability, and functionality? Most professionals in the web and app delivery space are familiar with the trajectory of…

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How Hardware Load Balancers Are Killing Agile Development (and Competitive Advantage)!

Agile development has become much more than just another buzzword. It’s how enterprises are building new services that compete with disruptors who are delivering great user experiences in finance, media delivery, retailing – basically, every industry – through modern applications. As a result, businesses are applying incredible pressure on developers and ops team to keep ahead of…

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Top 5 NGINX Blog Posts for 2017 – R12, Microservices, & More

neophile (n): an enthusiast for what is new or novel What was most popular in the NGINX blog this year? Looking at our top blog posts, we see that new NGINX Plus releases, microservices, security, and load balancing are all big hits, along with the NGINX Application Platform. 1. NGINX Plus R12 The NGINX Plus R12 release was…

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Deploying NGINX Plus and AWS Network Load Balancer in an All-Active, Highly Available Solution

NGINX has launched a new, preferred high availability (HA) solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS). This solution takes advantage of the new AWS Network Load Balancer (AWS NLB) to improve the performance, reliability, and scalability of web applications on AWS. The scale of application deployments on AWS has grown very rapidly. Amazon has key resources: An…

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NGINX and IoT: Adding Protocol Awareness for MQTT

This post is adapted from a presentation at nginx.conf 2017 by Liam Crilly, Director of Product Management at NGINX, Inc. You can view the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:18 stream, nginScript, and MQTT 0:59 NGINX User Survey 2:19 IoT Developer Survey 3:03 TCP/UDP Load Balancing 3:57 How to load balance MQTT – Let's…

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Load Balancing for NGINX Plus with WURFL InFuze

A version of this blog post originally appeared on the ScientiaMobile blog. Editor – In April 2017, NGINX, Inc. launched the NGINX Plus Certified Module program for third‑party partners who build, deliver, and fully support modules for NGINX Plus platform, opening up additional features and application delivery management use cases for NGINX Plus customers. The functionality of an NGINX Certified Module…

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Load Balancing a Dynamic Infrastructure with NGINX, Chef, and Consul

This post is adapted from a presentation by Kevin Reedy of Belly Card at nginx.conf in October 2014. While that was a couple years ago, the content is still highly relevant today. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:00 Introduction   Overview   Disclaimer 1:16 What is Belly?   Belly's Stack…

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TCP/UDP Load Balancing with NGINX: Overview, Tips, and Tricks

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Konstantin Pavlov of NGINX, Inc. You can view a recording of the complete presentation on YouTube.   Introduction 1:00 TCP Load Balancing 1:53 UDP Load Balancing 3:31 TCP/UDP Load Balancer Tuning 6:18 TCP/UDP Active Health Checks 8:53 Access Control and Limiting 9:43 Passing the Client's IP…

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