Tag: monitoring

Accelerating Your Digital Transformation Journey with NGINX Controller

Many enterprises are embarking on a digital transformation journey. According to a survey conducted by Gartner in late 2016, 42% of CEOs had started digital transformation initiatives, 56% said that digital improvements were enhancing profitability, and 20% were taking a ‘digital‑first’ approach to business change. Rapidly developing and deploying new applications and capabilities enables organizations to reap the benefits…

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NGINX Product Roadmap 2017

This blog post is one of six keynotes by NGINX team members from nginx.conf 2017. Together, these blog posts introduce the NGINX Application Platform, new products, and product and strategy updates. The blog posts are: Keynote: "Speeding Innovation", Gus Robertson (video here) This post: NGINX Product Roadmap, Owen Garrett (video here) Introducing NGINX Controller, Chris Stetson…

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StackState Monitoring for NGINX

In today’s world, we see a growing need to modernize traditional applications from a monolith structure into a more microservices-oriented architecture. Containerization technologies bring a lot of advantages, such as auto-scaling, speeding up the frequency of deployments, etc. However, at the same time, managing the complete IT stack is even more critical. With more than…

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NGINX Amplify for Distributed Application Monitoring

Many of today's applications are getting more distributed in nature. Engineers and architects are choosing to implement different approaches for making the apps more scalable and responsive to infrastructure changes. The popularity of "microservices" is rising, and we have written many overview posts on this topic. A very useful and popular series by Chris Richardson about…

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Monitoring NGINX and NGINX Plus: Highlights from Our Blog

The bigger and busier your site, the more important it is to monitor it. A good monitoring solution gives you visibility into your site helping you maintain uptime, performance, and security. Monitoring is one of the most popular topics on the NGINX blog, with a completely new, NGINX‑focused monitoring tool – NGINX Amplify – added in the last…

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Scaling Web Applications with NGINX, Part 2: Caching and Monitoring

This post is adapted from a talk given by Matt Williams at nginx.conf 2015, held in San Francisco in September. It is the second of two parts, and focuses on caching and monitoring; the first part focuses on load balancing. You can view the presentation slides and watch the complete talk on the NGINX, Inc. YouTube channel. Table…

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6 Tips for Better vCloud Air Performance

VMware is the leading company in enterprise virtualization. Among other capabilities, virtualization enables multiple operating systems to run simultaneously on the same hardware. For example, you can run Windows and Linux at the same time on the same server, or run Windows on your Mac laptop. For application owners and developers, virtualization separates the application…

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5 Tips for Faster AWS Performance

The AWS re:Invent conference was held October 6–9, 2015 in Las Vegas. Amazon Web Services (AWS), the leading provider of cloud‑based computing services, is a great resource and platform for web application development. AWS customers include big names such as Adobe, Airbnb, NASA, Netflix, Slack, and Zynga. You can use AWS for prototyping, for mixed deployments (alongside…

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10 Tips for 10x Application Performance

Improving web application performance is more critical than ever. The share of economic activity that's online is growing; more than 5% of the developed world’s economy is now on the Internet (see Resources for Internet Statistics below). And our always‑on, hyper‑connected modern world means that user expectations are higher than ever. If your site does not…

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