Globo.com used just two NGINX servers to deliver the 2014 FIFA World Cup to 100,000+ users across Brazil, using microservices and with a DVR feature.
Applications are increasingly deployed on clusters of containers and virtual machines. Infrastructure as Code was created to solve associated challenges
Migrating your monolithic application to microservices can be accomplished gradually, with clear benefits at each step.
Learn how to build a microservices-based frontend web application that integrates seamlessly with your microservices backend.
Learn how to automate reconfiguration of NGINX Plus upstream server groups using etcd for service discovery, with a demo implementation provided on GitHub
Explore the advantages and drawbacks of deploying microservices server instances on physical hosts or VMs, in containers, or statelessly.
Learn about Docker networking & service discovery as well as how NGINX Plus helps in this exclusive O’Reilly ebook by Michael Hausenblas
NGINX CEO Gus Robertson describes his vision for the future of application delivery, with microservices, continuous delivery, and DevOps, powered by NGINX.
Discover how Consul and NGINX Plus work together to automate reconfiguration of upstream server groups, with a demo implementation provided on GitHub