Agile development has become crucial to development and delivery of new software and new features. But hardware load balancers, with their complex configurations, block progress. A software load balancer - used with, or in place of, hardware - makes the whole delivery chain agile.
NGINX CEO Gus Robertson explains why eliminating net neutrality could impede the kind of innovation that has fueled the digital revolution.
Gus Robertson, NGINX: "The world is changing and I think we all know that, but I believe the world is changing quicker than we all anticipated."
Explore how DevOps conjoins development and operations teams in support of a common goal: releasing more applications, more frequently, and more reliably.
Explore the benefits of replacing hardware load balancers with NGINX Plus everywhere in your infrastructure – for load balancing, caching, and web serving
NGINX CEO Gus Robertson describes his vision for the future of application delivery, with microservices, continuous delivery, and DevOps, powered by NGINX.
Get insight into NGINX, Inc.'s take on the popular "NGINX vs. Apache" question, and learn how they can work together to meet the demands of the modern web.
Learn about the impending rise of a third wave of open source development, a macro-trend uncovered in this year’s Future of Open Source survey
NGINX Inc.'s CEO, Gus Robertson, shared his perspective on this year’s survey and how he views the evolution of NGINX and the open source industry
Looking back and ahead at NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus: powerful, lightweight, and high-performance software to deliver applications with scale