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.
We recently jumped the NGINX Ingress Controller version number from 1.x to 2.x, to signal compatibility with version 1 of the Kubernetes API (released in Kubernetes 1.22). Find out why this matters and how to keep your Kubernetes apps running smoothly as versions change.
During 2021 we published more than 50 posts on the NGINX blog, covering a wide range of topics. Here we review the eight that were most popular among our readers, giving you a chance to catch up on big news and important insights you might have missed.
Explore six use cases where Kubernetes traffic‑management tools -- including F5 NGINX App Protect, Ingress Controller, and Service Mesh -- solve security problems. Help your SecOps teams collaborate with DevOps and NetOps to better protect your cloud‑native apps and APIs.
NGINX users and customers voted with their eyes to pick the five most popular videos of 2021. Watch them to catch up on important NGINX topics and key concepts from the world of digital transformation, app security, open source, DevOps, and Kubernetes.
When you need an API gateway in Kubernetes, how do you choose among API gateway vs. Ingress controller vs. service mesh? We guide you through the decision, with sample scenarios for north-south and east-west API traffic, plus use cases where an API gateway is the right tool.
With NGINX Plus as an API gateway, you can use JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) to control access to your APIs. We explain how to configure the gateway for JWT-based authentication, issue JWTs to API clients, rate limit, log claims from the JWT, and revoke JWTs.