Binary packages are now available for our preview implementation of NGINX with support for QUIC+HTTP/3. Learn how to configure and test the implementation on your site.
Simplify and Accelerate Cloud Migrations with F5 NGINXaaS for Azure
Migrate on-prem workloads to Azure faster and easier with NGINXaaS for Azure, an Azure-native IaaS version of NGINX Plus.
2022 NGINX State of App and API Delivery Report
In our 2022 survey report, we explore the current state of the NGINX community when it comes to app and API delivery practices, technologies, and challenges.
Announcing NGINX Plus R28
NGINX Plus R28 introduces TLS metrics for handshake errors and certificate verification failures, support for PROXY protocol v2 in cloud private services, and more.
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.
Make Your NGINX Config Even More Modular and Reusable with njs 0.7.7
Updating NGINX for Vulnerabilities in the MP4 and HLS Video-Streaming Modules
We have released updates to NGINX Plus, NGINX Open Source, NGINX Open Source Subscription, and NGINX Ingress Controller to fix vulnerabilities in the modules for MP4 and HLS video streaming (CVE-2022-41741 through CVE-2022-41743).
NGINX Wants You! Join Us on Slack
Join us on NGINX Community Slack to gather with the NGINX team and community. Get help with NGINX questions, share useful advice, and find info on related projects.
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.
5 Things to Know About NGINX Kubernetes Gateway
NGINX Kubernetes Gateway, our implementation of the Kubernetes Gateway API, enables multiple teams to manage Kubernetes infrastructure in modern app environments. It delivers many capabilities natively that with an Ingress controller require CRDs.