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Running Microservices on OpenShift with the NGINX MRA’s Fabric Model

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] Kubernetes has become a popular container platform for running microservices applications. It provides many important features, such as fault tolerance, load balancing, service discovery, autoscaling, rolling upgrades, and others. These features allow you to seamlessly develop, deploy, and manage containerized applications across a cluster of machines. Red Hat's OpenShift 3 is a container platform…

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5 Reasons to Switch from F5 BIG-IP to NGINX Plus

Last year we compared the price and performance of NGINX Plus to several models of F5 BIG‑IP application delivery controllers (ADCs). We determined that you can save over 80% in Year 1 by switching to NGINX Plus, while equaling or exceeding the performance of F5 appliances. Editor – For more information about replacing hardware ADCs with NGINX Plus, see these resources. Blog posts…

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DevOps Automation with NGINX and NGINX Plus

This post is adapted from a webinar by Floyd Smith and Kunal Pariani. Also see the related blog post, 3 Ways to Automate with NGINX and NGINX Plus. Table of Contents Introduction 3:44 How Long Does it Take You to Deploy New Code? 5:17 Deploying New App Versions 5:46 Modifying Open Source NGINX Configuration 6:40 NGINX Plus HTTP‑Based…

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3 Ways to Automate with NGINX and NGINX Plus

How long would it take your organization to deploy a change that involves just one single line of code? In many organizations today, manual processes are slowing down the process of deploying and managing applications. Manual processes create extra work for developers and operations teams, cause unnecessary delays, and…

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Get the Hands‑On Guide to CI/CD with Docker in this Free O’Reilly Ebook

It’s no secret that the use of Docker and container technologies is on the rise. We recently surveyed the broad community of NGINX and NGINX Plus users and found that a full two‑thirds of organizations are investigating or already using containers in some way. Whether you’re already running contained applications in production or are still thinking…

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OpenShift Ecosystem: Implementing the NGINX Proxy Model on Red Hat OpenShift

We here at NGINX, Inc. are part of the launch of OpenShift Primed, a technology program announced today with the launch of the OpenShift Container Platform. The first result of this collaboration will be making the enterprise-ready features of NGINX Plus available with the Kubernetes Ingress controller and OpenShift Origin. We are also continuing to develop the NGINX Microservices…

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Using DNS for Service Discovery with NGINX and NGINX Plus

[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.] One of the great advantages of a microservices architecture is how quickly and easily you can scale service instances. With multiple service instances you need…

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Service Discovery for NGINX Plus Using DNS SRV Records from Consul

[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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Announcing NGINX Plus R9

NGINX, Inc. is proud to announce the availability of NGINX Plus Release 9 (R9), the latest release of our application delivery platform. This update provides two significant new features: the ability to dynamically load rich extensions to NGINX Plus without the need for custom binaries, and commercially supported UDP load balancing alongside our existing TCP and HTTP…

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Service Discovery for NGINX Plus with ZooKeeper

[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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