Web Server Load Balancing with NGINX Plus

“Summertime and the livin’ is easy…” If you activate a trial of NGINX Plus from the AWS Marketplace by July 31, 2014 and use it for a minimum of 120 hours before August 31, 2014 you will receive a $100 AWS Promotional Credit.

NGINX Plus is available in a free 30‑day trial and with this offer your cost for running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) will also be free up to the promotional credit. This is a great opportunity to try out all the advanced features of NGINX Plus on AWS such as application load balancing, health checks, advanced cache control, live activity monitoring, and dynamic reconfiguration.

Getting Started on AWS

Begin with the instructions in Amazon EC2 Getting Started.

You can read about some great use cases for NGINX Plus in cloud and multi‑cloud scenarios:

Get Your $100 Credit

Here are the links you need to get started:

Check out the small print (Terms and Conditions) for the promotion.

Of course, all NGINX Plus AMIs come with technical support if you encounter installation or operational problems, and professional services for architecture and configuration assistance.

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About The Author

Owen Garrett

Sr. Director, Product Management

Owen is a senior member of the NGINX Product Management team, covering open source and commercial NGINX products. He holds a particular responsibility for microservices and Kubernetes‑centric solutions. He’s constantly amazed by the ingenuity of NGINX users and still learns of new ways to use NGINX with every discussion.

About F5 NGINX

F5, Inc. is the company behind NGINX, the popular open source project. We offer a suite of technologies for developing and delivering modern applications. Together with F5, our combined solution bridges the gap between NetOps and DevOps, with multi-cloud application services that span from code to customer.

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