As you evaluate Ingress controllers, you’ll notice they fall into three categories: open source, default, or commercial. Learn the pros and cons for each here.
With NGINX Controller App Security for version 3.20 of the Application Delivery Module, you can now import your custom F5 Advanced WAF and NGINX App Protect WAF policies and distribute them across all your managed deployments. We call this Bring Your Own NGINX App Protect WAF Policy.
Learn about risks you might introduce by selecting the wrong Ingress controller, and key areas where you can future-proof your selection.
Small is beautiful when it comes to containers in test and dev environments: they take less time to build, use less memory, and have a smaller attack surface. We explore tools and provides instructions for building images that are a small as possible.
An Ingress controller can be one of the most powerful tools in your Kubernetes stack. Learn how to determine your ingress requirements so you can select the best option.
NGINX Controller makes app deployments safer and more scalable by ensuring that all functional components and associated certificates are configured correctly and consistently. Learn how its configuration object model ensures that changes don't harm availability or performance.
We announce the Modern Apps Reference Architecture, an open source architecture and deployment model for modern apps deployed in Kubernetes.
Today at NGINX Sprint 2.0, we're announcing how we'll support our vision for the future of moderns app with a bigger presence in the open source community, including participation in the community Kubernetes project, new OSS projects, and the Modern Apps Reference Architecture.
NGINX Unit makes supporting HTTPS simple and completely application-agnostic, because encryption is applied at the level of the listener, not the application. No need to dig into language‑specific details! In this blog we illustrate HTTPS configuration for a Spring Boot application.
We recently updated the NGINX Ingress Controller solution brief with sizing guidelines for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). In this blog, we explain how we came up with the guidelines, including all the information you need to do similar testing of your own.