Application development & delivery are continuing to change rapidly as agile principles are applied more thoroughly and to all parts of the overall process. Chris Stetson identifies three principles that guide modern application development: keep it small; design for the developer; and make it networked.
Chris Stetson oversees the Controller engineering team, the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture (MRA), and the NGINX professional services team. Previously, Chris architected and developed applications, including the first versions of Intel.com, Lexus.com, Microsoft.com, Sirius Satellite Radio, and Visa.com.
This webinar is your chance to learn how the circuit breaker pattern is used in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture and your other apps.
Chris Stetson, Head of Engineering, and Rachael Passov, Front-end Engineer, of NGINX, Inc., introduce NGINX Controller at nginx.conf 2017
The NGINX MRA brings microservices to life. We will be making the MRA publicly available later this month. Attend this session to ask us anything.
Microservices is the biggest change in software development in years. The NGINX MRA brings microservices to life. Attend this session to ask us anything.
The designer of the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture describes and compares its three models: Proxy Model, Router Mesh Model, and Fabric Model.
The NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture is a set of scalable frameworks for your microservices apps. Attend this session to ask us anything.
In this webinar, learn about the Proxy Model, the Router Mesh Model, the Fabric Model, and the Ingenious app – all part of the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture.
Implementing the circuit breaker pattern in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture helps prevent application failure and mitigates its effects.
At nginx.conf 2016, Chris Stetson describes how the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture solves many of the challenges of a microservices architecture