Couldn't make it to nginx.conf 2016, NGINX, Inc,'s annual conference, held this year in Austin, TX ? Get caught up on what you missed in this recap.
Gus Robertson, NGINX: "The world is changing and I think we all know that, but I believe the world is changing quicker than we all anticipated."
Maxim Dounin of NGINX, Inc. explains how dynamic modules are implemented for NGINX and NGINX Plus, and how to modify your code and config to use them.
Lee Calcote of SolarWinds explains why he chose NGINX Plus and Kubernetes when migrating a monolithic app to a microservices architecture
Jamie Panagos of Charter Communications explains why and how his team built their own CDN for video content caching. With his advice, you can too.
Mike Stowe of MuleSoft discusses best practices to follow when building APIs that will continue to work in the long term.
Mike Stowe of MuleSoft explains how to use spec-driven development to build APIs that will continue to work in the long term
Mike Howsden of PBS Digital describes how he uses the NGINX proxy_cache_use_stale directive to mitigate the effects of the thundering herd problem.
Dave Drinkle of Expedia describes NGINX's role in cloud migration, as a cloud load balancer providing multi-region resiliency for apps moving to the cloud
Owen Garrett's nginx.conf 2016 keynote describes new load balancing features of NGINX & the future roadmap such as nginScript, NGINX Amplify, WAF, & more