Check out the first 7 videos in our tutorial series. They cover installation, the configuration API, web serving, running a simple app, the language modules, and more.
5 Videos from Sprint 2022 that Reeled Us In
NGINX Unit Greets Autumn 2022 with New Features (a Statistics Engine!) and Exciting Plans
NGINX Unit 1.25.0 through 1.28.0 introduce a statistics engine for observability, more contexts for using variables, enhanced support for X-Forwarded-* headers, and new syntax for the 'share' option.
Three Steps for Starting Your Cloud-Native Journey with Kubernetes
The journey to cloud native doesn't happen overnight. Learn how Kubernetes and NGINX can help as you start moving from monolithic to microservices-based apps.
The Future of NGINX: Getting Back to Our Open Source Roots
At NGINX Sprint 2022, we're focusing on our open source roots. Find out about the initiatives we're pursuing in the coming year and let us know what you'd like to see.
Getting Your Time Back with NGINX Unit
Join renowned developer advocate Kelsey Hightower at NGINX Sprint on August 24 and learn how NGINX Unit, our open source, universal web app server, gives you back time to spend on what you love most, writing great code.
Running Spring Boot Applications in a Zero Trust Environment with NGINX Unit
NGINX Unit makes supporting HTTPS simple and completely application-agnostic, because encryption is applied at the level of the listener, not the application. No need to dig into language‑specific details! In this blog we illustrate HTTPS configuration for a Spring Boot application.
Updates to NGINX Unit for Summer 2021
NGINX Unit 1.23.0 and 1.24.0 introduce support for the SNI extension to TLS, definition of OpenSSL configuration commands, MIME filtering and path restrictions for static content, and multiple Python scripts in one app. Also, you no longer need to modify Node.js apps to run them in Unit.
Demoing NGINX at Sprint 2.0 – From Blast Off to Stable Orbit
Preview the seven demos presented by the NGINX team on August 24 at NGINX Sprint 2021, our annual virtual event. We show how NGINX solutions accelerate just about every step in your app development journey, from deploying the first reverse proxy to launching a service mesh.
What Are Namespaces and cgroups, and How Do They Work?
Dive deep into two Linux features that underlie containers: namespaces and cgroups. They enable process isolation, ensuring that multiple processes running on a system don't interfere with one another. Our NGINX Unit application server also uses them for application isolation.