NGINX Ingress Controller now supports single sign-on with OpenID Connect. Release 1.10.0 also introduces new configuration queue metrics, annotations on log entries, better validation of annotations and secrets, support for NGINX App Protect user-defined signatures, and more.
Release 1.9.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller introduces updated NGINX App Protect features, new policies (JWT validation, rate limiting, and mTLS authentication), improved visibility with new metrics and Grafana dashboards, integration with NGINX Service Mesh, and more.
We compare the performance in a dynamic Kubernetes cloud environment of three NGINX Ingress Controllers (one from the Kubernetes community and two from F5 NGINX). As the number of pod replicas scales up and down, only the NGINX Ingress Controller based on F5 NGINX Plus doesn't incur high latencies.
We announce eight solutions that unleash developer speed without sacrificing the control infrastructure teams require. Get the details on NGINX Controller, App Protect, Ingress Controller, Service Mesh, and Analytics Cloud Service; F5 DNS Cloud Services; and Red Hat integrations.
With NGINX Plus Ingress Controller for Kubernetes release 1.8.0, NGINX App Protect can be embedded in the Ingress Controller. This puts WAF protection closer to applications, which is crucial in modern app environments like Kubernetes. It also enables automation and reduces complexity and cost.
The NGINX Load Balancer Operator is a reference architecture for automating reconfiguration of the external NGINX Plus load balancer for your Red Hat OCP or a Kubernetes cluster, based on changes to the status of the containerized applications.
NGINX Ingress Controller Release 1.8.0 introduces NGINX App Protect integration, extensibility mechanisms for NGINX Ingress resources, URI rewrites and request and response header modification, policies and IP address-based ACLs, and more.
The NGINX Ingress Operator for OpenShift is a supported and certified mechanism for deploying the NGINX Plus Ingress Controller for Kubernetes alongside the default router in an OpenShift environment, with point-and-click installation and automatic upgrades.
Release 1.7.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes includes certification of the Red Hat OpenShift Operator, support for TCP, UDP, and TCP Passthrough load balancing, a circuit breaker implementation, and improved validation and reporting for NGINX Ingress resources.
NGINX and Red Hat are deepening their relationship to bring you secure, scalable, and supported application delivery – no matter where you are on the journey from monolithic apps to microservices. Learn about our combined solutions for enterprise-grade Kubernetes, faster release cycles, and secure apps.