We’re excited to bring NGINX Summit + Training to Raleigh, NC on Thursday, July 9! This event is for you if you want to learn more about how NGINX and NGINX Plus can boost the performance of your applications. Tickets are on sale now, and early‑bird pricing for training ends soon – reserve your spot today! Get trained.…Continue reading ›
We're hosting the first NGINX User Summit of 2015 in San Francisco on Monday, March 30!
This event is for you if you want to learn more about how NGINX Plus and open source NGINX can boost the performance of your applications. Spend the morning training with us, the afternoon learning from expert users, and the evening socializing with fellow members of the NGINX community.Continue reading ›
To quote from the earlier summary of the 2014 User Summit: There was a series of lightning talks where Jeff Kaufman talked about the ngx_pagespeed module. Andrew Fong shared Dropbox' tips and tricks for monitoring NGINX. John Watson discussed OS-level tuning for massive concurrency. Dmitry Galperin of Runa Capital talked about the growth of Wallarm…Continue reading ›
A week ago we hosted our first NGINX User Summit, and it was a blast.
We started with a half day of training given by our training partner Service Rocket. Forty people new or relatively new to NGINX participated in our new "Fundamentals of NGINX" class. Three hours of "what's a location block?", "how do I configure an upstream?", and setting up proxies, load balancers and caches! It was our first step in an ongoing program of training, webinars, documentation improvements, and adding content about the many things that NGINX can do.Continue reading ›
Welcome to the NGINX blog! We've started this to keep you all more informed about the open source NGINX project, the company NGINX, Inc., and our new commercial product NGINX Plus. I'm Sarah Novotny, NGINX's newly-hired evangelist. You might know me from my work as co-chair of the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON), or within the MySQL community. I'm delighted to join and learn from the community and users of NGINX. I'm going to kick off this first post by offering an overview of our progress in 2013, and make an exciting announcement for 2014.Continue reading ›