Strategies for shifting security left usually ignore WAF and other traditional tools for enforcing run‑time security policies. A complete modern solution needs to include WAF, but one that fits into your CI/CD pipelines and helps smooth friction between Security and DevOps.
There are two types of visibility data that provide crucial insights into application and Kubernetes performance. Learn how the monitoring tools built into NGINX Ingress Controller and NGINX Service Mesh help improve visibility as you diagnose real-world problems.
An often-overlooked benefit of NGINX Plus is how it makes protecting yourself against security threats quick and easy. We proactively inform NGINX Plus subscribers of security vulnerabilities and patches, provide help during attacks, support JWT and OIDC authentication, and more.
Microservices March is a month-long virtual festival of microservices activities here at NGINX. Whether you’re already using Kubernetes in production or your interest is just blossoming, you’re sure to find sessions to pique your interest. Check out the schedule on our blog!
NGINX App Protect secures gRPC APIs by detecting malicious data in message headers and payloads, nested and complex data structures included. Define security policies in gRPC IDL files, and NGINX App Protect applies them immediately with no changes to its configuration.
With the F5 Beacon integrations for NGINX Plus and NGINX Open Source, you understand the entire application experience from end to end. Our SaaS offering ingests and displays telemetry data, and can perform synthetic health checks for added context and visibility.
We explain how production-grade Kubernetes solves the challenges of deploying containerized microservices-based apps, which include culture, complexity, and security. In addition to a Kubernetes infrastructure you need a scalable Ingress controller, WAF, and service mesh.
Guest blogger Brian Gleason advises #NetOps managers on a couple ways to get the most from, and for, their greatest asset: their people. First, make sure they have time for focus on their own priorities. Second, learn enough about network technologies to communicate well.
The modern market's demand for speed has heightened the tension between DevOps and NetOps/SecOps teams. But you can have both developer productivity and infrastructure reliability -- bridge the divide with self-service app delivery tools from NGINX.
Guest blogger Jeremy Schulman explains for network engineers (or anyone!) how to get started with an API. He outlines the different types of documentation and their pros and cons, how to take advantage of client libraries, and the ins-and-outs of authentication.