This blog describes the performance you can achieve with the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes, in terms of three metrics: requests per second, SSL/TLS transactions per second, and throughput. The full NGINX and Kubernetes configurations we used are included.
Did you know there is more than one Ingress controller for Kubernetes that uses NGINX? You do now. We help you figure out which one makes sense for you, based on their differences around authorship, development philosophy, production readiness, security, and support.
Release 1.4.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes includes support for TCP and UDP load balancing and a "power of two choices" load-balancing algorithm (Random with Two Choices), extended Prometheus support, and easy development of custom Annotations.
Our partner Diamanti examines common use cases for load balancing and network services in Kubernetes environments. with NGINX and the Diamanti D10 Bare-Metal Container Platform working together to enhance application delivery, scalability, and high availability.
NGINX has released version 1.3.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes. This release features Prometheus support, better Helm charts, mergeable Ingress resources, easier custom template management, health checks, and status reporting. Come to Github and get it.
Red Hat OpenShift is a container platform built on top of Kubernetes. It's available as an open source project, OpenShift Origin, and a commercially supported product, OpenShift Container Platform. You can now use NGINX and NGINX Plus as a Router within OpenShift.
Docker and NGINX go together like bananas and peanut butter. NGINX is the #1 download on Docker Hub; the NGINX Kubernetes Ingress controller, NGINX Unit, and NGINX Controller all have strong interest from the Dockersphere. Try our solutions, and come visit us at DockerCon in booth S22.
With IBM Cloud Private, you can deploy Kubernetes-based microservices applications behind your firewall, with NGINX as an Ingress controller.