You can download a free copy of the complete ebook, The Enterprise Path to Service Mesh Architectures, immediately. This ebook explains service mesh architectures from an enterprise point of view and tells you how to adopt a service mesh architecture in your own microservices applications.
Floyd Earl Smith has been involved in application development since the launch of the Macintosh and has written more than 20 books on hardware and software topics. He now writes for the NGINX blog, including contributing to blog posts and webinars about the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture, a breakthrough microservices framework.
Nick Shadrin, Product Manager for NGINX Unit, explains how to deploy NGINX Unit to get the most out of it, describes how enterprises are using it in production, and reviews the roadmap of upcoming features.
NGINX technical architect Charles Pretzer describes the advantages of using an API gateway and how it fits in your journey to microservices. He also reveals which microservices and service mesh architectures can use an API gateway-type approach, and which can't.
Learn how NGINX Controller reduces complexity and achieves significant time and cost savings. With Controller, you can configure, manage, and troubleshoot multiple NGINX Plus instances at scale both on-premises and in public cloud environments. A demo is included.
In this webinar we help you get started using NGINX, the de facto web server for building modern web applications. We cover best practices for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting both NGINX Open Source and the enterprise-grade NGINX Plus.
In this webinar, we describe and demonstrate how to use NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus with Kubernetes and NGINX Ingress Controller.
In this webinar we discuss microservices architectures, and describe how NGINX – a well-known, high-performance web server, reverse proxy server, and load balancer – is also emerging as a widely used microservices hub, as a Kubernetes Ingress controller, and as a sidecar proxy in the Istio service mesh.
A service mesh is a configurable infrastructure layer for microservices application that makes communication flexible, reliable, and fast. It’s implemented through a sidecar proxy for service discovery, load balancing, encryption, authentication and authorization, circuit breaker support, and more.
In this webinar we discuss our vision for reducing complexity and building microservices applications with the NGINX Application Platform.
NGINX Conf 2018 opens Monday, October 8 with a training day. The main conference is Tuesday, October 9 and Wednesday, October 10.