Tag: nginx.conf

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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nginx.conf 2017: Registration and Call for Proposals Are Now Open!

We are thrilled to announce that nginx.conf 2017 registration and the Call for Proposals are now open. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Portland, OR this September 6–8. Now in its fourth year, nginx.conf is the place to learn about all the best application development and delivery practices from experts at the most innovative companies in…

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DevOps and Immutable Delivery

This blog post is adapted from a presentation given by John Willis at nginx.conf in San Francisco in September 2015. You can watch the video of the presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:10 Introduction 2:37 Immutable 3:50 Immutable Infrastructure Myth 4:25 Order Matters 5:33 Management Methods 8:40 Why (When) Does Order Matter? 13:40 Package Example 15:15…

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nginx.conf 2015 Schedule, Best Prices, Sneak Peek, and More!

The NGINX user conference, nginx.conf 2015, is coming soon: September 22–24 @ Fort Mason, San Francisco. Here’s an update on some of the conference happenings: The nginx.conf 2015 schedule is now live! nginx.conf 2015 includes technical talks, case studies, and hands-on training. We’ll also be hosting social time where you can connect with core NGINX developers and community members who…

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