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Building a Security Shield for Your Applications with NGINX & Wallarm

This post is adapted from a presentation by Stepan Ilyan of Wallarm at nginx.conf in September 2016. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:00 Introduction   Who Am I?   Some Stats   Agenda 2:11 Why NGINX? 2:41 Attack Blocking with NGINX 3:05 Chapter 1 – Detect and Block 3:14 Tip…

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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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Powering Microservices and Sockets Using NGINX and Kubernetes

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Lee Calcote of SolarWinds. You can view a recording of the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents Introduction 1:56 Our App 2:39 Case Study 3:31 Our Bloat-a-Lith 5:30 The Challenge 7:21 Shaping Up the App 9:33 Benefits of Microservices 10:50 Kubernetes and NGINX…

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Learn How to Stop Worrying and Build Your Own CDN

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Jamie Panagos of Charter Communications. You can view a recording of the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents Introduction 0:25 CDN Functions 0:50 IP Video CDN Performance Criteria 1:13 Why Build Your Own CDN? 1:25 Commercial CDNs Do a Pretty Darn Good Job 2:00 The…

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Building Your API for Longevity, Part 1: Spec-Driven Development

This post explains how to build an effective API. Once it's ready, you need to make it accessible to your users. NGINX and NGINX Plus are frequently used as an API gateway. For more information, check out these resources: The announcement for NGINX Plus R10, which includes support for the use of JSON Web Tokens (JWTs,…

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Mitigating the Thundering Herd Problem at PBS with NGINX

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Mike Howsden of PBS Digital. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Introduction 0:56 The proxy_cache_use_stale Directive 1:33 What Is Thundering Herd? 2:48 Two Servers 3:22 The Python Code 3:38 No Cache 4:05 10‑Second Cache 4:55 More Load 5:03 Even More Load 5:49…

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How Expedia Uses NGINX Plus for Cloud Migration at Scale

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Dave Drinkle of Expedia, Inc. You can view a recording of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents   Introduction 1:19 Three Pillars of Cloud Migration 3:00 Traffic Through NGINX Before Cloud Migration 3:23 Traffic Through NGINX After Cloud Migration 3:43 Basic Configuration 4:58 Multi-Region Resiliency…

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Sold-Out nginx.conf 2016 a Big Success in Austin

Things are looking up in Austin these days. Last month, the city hosted NGINX's sold-out annual conference, nginx.conf 2016. More than 400 attendees enjoyed a two-day conference with more than 40 sessions, supported by roughly 20 sponsors. Many stayed for a third day of NGINX and microservices training. Highlights included: Gus Robertson and Igor Sysoev's keynote on application delivery and NGINX…

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