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Updating the NGINX Application Platform with New Clustering, API Management, and Service Mesh Capabilities

The world is going digital at breakneck speed. Technology is front and center in our day‑to‑day lives. From entertainment to banking to how we communicate with our friends, technology has changed how we interact with the world. Businesses of all sizes and in all industries are rolling out compelling digital capabilities to attract, retain, and…

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Securing Applications in Microsoft Azure App Service with NGINX Plus

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] The rise of cloud computing – and Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Container as a Service (CaaS) offerings in particular – is changing the way companies deploy and operate their business applications. One of the most important challenges when designing cloud applications is choosing fully managed cloud services that reduce costs and time‑consuming operational…

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Updating the NGINX Application Platform

Today, our vision to simplify the journey to microservices takes a big step forward. We are announcing the upcoming availability of the next version of our flagship software, NGINX Plus R15, with exciting new features, and the upcoming launches of NGINX Unit 1.0 and NGINX Controller R1. Combined, these launches advance the NGINX Application Platform,…

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Top 5 NGINX Blog Posts for 2017 – R12, Microservices, & More

neophile (n): an enthusiast for what is new or novel What was most popular in the NGINX blog this year? Looking at our top blog posts, we see that new NGINX Plus releases, microservices, security, and load balancing are all big hits, along with the NGINX Application Platform. 1. NGINX Plus R12 The NGINX Plus R12 release was…

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Performance Tuning – Tips & Tricks

This blog post includes contributions from several NGINX team members, including Valentin Bartenev and Nick Shadrin. Over the past few years, I’ve worked with a handful of partners for whom NGINX Plus performance was the primary concern. The conversation typically starts with their difficulty matching our published performance benchmarks. The challenge usually results from the partner jumping straight…

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Announcing NGINX Plus R14

We're pleased to announce that NGINX Plus Release 14 (R14) is now available to our NGINX Plus subscribers. NGINX Plus is the only all‑in‑one load balancer, content cache, and web server. It’s based on the open source NGINX software, and adds exclusive features along with award‑winning 24‑hour support. NGINX ngPlus R14 includes new security and clustering enhancements. With NGINX Plus, you…

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NGINX and IoT: Adding Protocol Awareness for MQTT

This post is adapted from a presentation at nginx.conf 2017 by Liam Crilly, Director of Product Management at NGINX, Inc. You can view the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents 0:18 stream, nginScript, and MQTT 0:59 NGINX User Survey 2:19 IoT Developer Survey 3:03 TCP/UDP Load Balancing 3:57 How to load balance MQTT – Let's…

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Fun with Health Checks using NGINX Plus and Docker

This post is adapted from a presentation at nginx.conf 2017 by Rick Nelson, Head of the Sales Engineering Team at NGINX, Inc. You can view the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents   Introduction 0:47 NGINX Plus Active Health Checks 1:37 Preventing Server Overload 2:27 Base Topology for Demo 3:08 Topology for the Three…

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Detecting Homepage Defacement With Active Health Checks

Running the public‑facing website for any organization is no easy task. Considered by the business to be mission critical, a website requires 100% uptime and flawless stability. And yet, the same website is also expected to be updated frequently to meet the needs of the organization. This dichotomy of requirements between stability and constant change…

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