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Reflections on #NGINXConf 2019
Scott shares his perspective on NGINX Conf 2019, highlighting a key conference theme--the continuting evolution of applications to act like living organisms. He spotlights a favorite session about NGINX making a difference in the real world by helping Kenya fight its HIV epidemic.
NGINX Conf 2019 Day 2: Empowering the Full Range of Today’s Architectures
Gus Robertson summarizes Day 2 of NGINX Conf 2019 with his top three takeaways: F5's commitment to the NGINX open source community, a year's worth of NGINX updates and a preview of what's to come, and customer stories about their successes with NGINX.
NGINX Conf 2019, Day 1: Bringing Your Apps to Life, from Code to Customer
Gus Robertson summarizes Day 1 of NGINX Conf 2019 with his top three takeaways, explaining how F5 and NGINX together are supporting the move to a world of living apps, helping entrerprises increase the velocity from code to customer, and buidling new capabilities across the entire ecosystem.
NGINX Announces New Versions of Open Source, Commercial, and Partner Solutions, Helping Businesses Evolve Apps for the Digital Era
From NGINX Conf 2019, kicking off today in Seattle, Gus Robertson outlines F5's vision for the future of the NGINX Application Platform. He previews innovations that will enable apps to sense, think, and respond like living organisms in the next wave of digital transformation.
7 Reasons to Attend NGINX Conf 2019
Not sure about going to NGINX Conf 2019 in Seattle this September? Need to convince your manager to send you? Here are seven great reasons you should attend. Don't miss this opportunity to upskill, dive deep, and network with NGINX experts and community leaders!
Level Up at NGINX Conf 2019 in Seattle!
Registration is now open for NGINX Conf 2019, taking place on September 9 and 10 in Seattle, WA. Join us for keynotes from industry luminaries and NGINX experts, technical and business breakout sessions, and opportunities to share tips on best practices with fellow NGINX users.
Audi Builds a Microservices Dashboard with NGINX Plus as API Gateway on AWS
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Timo Stark of Audi shares how his team built the Audi Cockpit, a dashboard on which Audi employees access work apps. NGINX Plus serves as API gateway for the dashboard, which uses AWS-hosted microservices in Kubernetes-managed containers.
Turbocharge Your NGINX Deployment
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Ahmet Houssein of Solarflare describes how the company’s XtremeScale technology with Universal Kernel Bypass accelerates NGINX performance, increasing QPS up to 4X compared to a kernel solution, while linearly scaling performance.
Best Practices for Caching
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Kevin Jones of NGINX, Inc. explains how NGINX caching improves the user experience of your applications. He reviews and analyzes all of the available caching features and directives, and demos a working sample configuration.
Demo: How to Configure NGINX Unit for a Production Application
In her session at NGINX Conf 2018, Amanda Bockoven, Sales Engineer at NGINX, Inc., shows how the multilingual and dynamic application server, NGINX Unit, can fit into your environment. As an example, she adds a new Django application to the configuration.