gRPC provides the speed and flexibility developers need to design and deploy modern applications, but its open nature makes it highly vulnerable to Layer 7 DoS attacks. NGINX App Protect DoS protects your gRPC apps from these crippling attacks.
Our annual F5 customer event, Agility 2022, kicks off February 15 and 16, and features more than a dozen sessions about NGINX. Use this preview of all the exciting live discussion forums and breakout sessions, plus on-demand "quick hit" videos, to plan your personal agenda.
In this preview of his keynote at Agility 2022, Rob Whiteley discusses how to simplify, secure, and innovate in the digital era. Learn about four ways you can empower your developers to create the compelling digital experiences that keep your customers happy.
Great ready for Microservices March 2022! This year we focus on Kubernetes networking, a key component of production-grade Kubernetes that is often not well understood. Preview what you'll learn during the four-week series and register for access to the labs.
F5 NGINX is proud to sponsor two open source organizations that are key to improving security on the Internet: Let's Encrypt and OpenSSL. Learn more about what they do.
When NGINX joined F5 in 2019, we knew we'd be better together. NGINX App Protect is a prime proof-point, incorporating F5's trusted, battle-tested WAF engine into a lightweight solution that deploys easily in any environment and provides robust protection without adding latency.
With profound gratitude for his contributions to both F5 and the Internet at large, we announce that Igor Sysoev, author of NGINX and co-founder of NGINX, Inc., is retiring to spend time with friends and family and work on personal projects. Спасибо, Игорь.
Releases 3.20 through 3.22 of the NGINX Controller Application Delivery Module combine to improve our powerful governance, observability, and operations platform for NGINX Plus deployments and the applications they support. Get all the details about the new features.
We performance test NGINX Ingress Controller and the default Red Hat OpenShift Router in an OpenShift Cloud Platform cluster while scaling the number of backends up and down. The Router experiences significant latency and errors, but NGINX Ingress Controller almost none.
Do you need an Ingress controller to accept traffic into your Kubernetes environment? To help you decide, we offer a primer on the other services for getting external traffic into a cluster: kube-proxy, Cluster IP, NodePort, and LoadBalancer.