NGINX announces the availability of the latest branches of its open source NGINX software, version 1.10 (stable branch) and version 1.11 (mainline branch).
Learn about all the new features in NGINX 1.9.2: improvements to TCP load balancing, email proxy, and more
Ways to sharply reduce security risks include: keeping your software up to date, using NGINX Amplify, and switching to NGINX Plus.
NGINX Plus Release 10 includes the ModSecurity WAF and support for JSON Web Token, dual-stack RSA-ECC certificates, transparent proxy, nginScript, and more.
Learn how enabling the SO_REUSEPORT socket option, newly supported in NGINX 1.9.1, can improve performance by load balancing connections across workers
Learn basic configurations for using NGINX Plus and open source NGINX as a TCP load balancer and explore the future of TCP load balancing.
Today we’re happy to share the release of NGINX 1.8, the new stable branch, and NGINX 1.9, the new mainline branch.
NGINX 1.6 and 1.7 are the current 'stable' and 'mainline' versions of NGINX. This article explains the NGINX versioning and release standards.