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Updating the GPG Key for NGINX Products

If you use NGINX Plus, NGINX Amplify, or the prebuilt open source NGINX binaries from nginx.org, you might need to update the GPG key for your NGINX software now. The keys for some NGINX software – specifics are explained below – will expire on Wednesday, August 17th, and you won’t be able to verify your software signatures until you’ve updated…

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NGINX Plus vs. Citrix NetScaler: A Price‑Performance Comparison

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] A few months ago we published a blog comparing the price and performance of NGINX Plus vs. F5 BIG‑IP hardware application delivery controllers (ADCs). In researching and publishing that blog, we learned that by moving from F5 BIG‑IP to NGINX Plus you can drastically reduce costs while maintaining the same feature set and level of performance. In…

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Installing NGINX and NGINX Plus with Puppet

[Editor – The solution described in this blog relies on the NGINX Plus Status and Upstream Conf modules (enabled by the status and upstream_conf directives). Those modules are replaced and deprecated by the NGINX Plus API in NGINX Plus Release 13 (R13) and later, and will not be available after NGINX Plus R15. For the solution to continue working,…

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MRA, Part 5: Adapting the Twelve‑Factor App for Microservices

Author’s note – This blog post is the fifth in a series: Introducing the Microservices Reference Architecture from NGINX MRA, Part 2: The Proxy Model MRA, Part 3: The Router Mesh Model MRA, Part 4: The Fabric Model MRA, Part 5: Adapting the Twelve‑Factor App for Microservices (this post) MRA, Part 6: Implementing the Circuit Breaker Pattern with NGINX Plus All six blogs, plus a blog…

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Five Reasons to Switch to Software for Load Balancing

We’re proud to announce the release of our latest ebook, Five Reasons to Switch to Software for Load Balancing, by Floyd Smith. Download your copy now. Hardware‑based application delivery controllers (ADCs) have been around for two decades. ADCs revolutionized the way we deliver applications in the early 2000s. But now, as the industry has moved…

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Microservices: From Design to Deployment, a Free Ebook from NGINX

We’re happy to announce the release of a new ebook from NGINX, Microservices: From Design to Deployment, by Chris Richardson and Floyd Smith. Download your copy now. Microservices architecture is the new state of the art in application development and deployment. Microservices enable architects, developers, and operations people can meet the needs of users for…

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Connecting Your Apps with Docker and NGINX, Part 1: NGINX and Microservices

This post is adapted from a webinar hosted on April 7th, 2016 by Floyd Smith and Michael Hausenblas. This blog post is the first of two parts, and is focused on microservices; the second part focuses on immutable infrastructure. You can watch a recording of the webinar here. Table of Contents 0:00 Introduction 1:48 The…

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NGINX Plus vs. F5 BIG‑IP: A Price‑Performance Comparison

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] [Editor – We published a follow‑up to this post in August, 2018, taking into account updates to the BIG‑IP product line, and to both NGINX Plus and the commodity hardware it runs on, in the two years since this post was published. In several comparisons, NGINX Plus outperformed BIG‑IP for lower cost by even greater margins than…

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Maximizing Python Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Load Balancing and Monitoring

[Editor – This post has been updated to refer to the NGINX Plus API, which replaces and deprecates the separate dynamic configuration module mentioned in the original version of the post.[ Introduction: Using Multiple Servers Part 1 of this two‑part blog series tells you how to maximize Python application server performance with a single‑server implementation and how…

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