This post about NGINX and microservices is from a recent webinar by Michael Hausenblas of Mesosphere. It's the first of two parts.
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.
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Globo.com built a live video platform for FIFA World Cup 2014 using NGINX. This Part I is focused on using NGINX for caching and streaming video delivery.
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