To load balance applications in Microsoft Azure, you can choose NGINX Plus, Azure Load Balancer, or Azure Application Gateway. Explore their different sets of supported features, and learn how combining NGINX Plus with the Azure offerings gives you the best of both worlds.
Red Hat OpenShift is a container platform built on top of Kubernetes. It's available as an open source project, OpenShift Origin, and a commercially supported product, OpenShift Container Platform. You can now use NGINX and NGINX Plus as a Router within OpenShift.
This webinar gets you started using the NGINX Ingress Controllers based on NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus to load balance, route, and secure Kubernetes applications.
The NGINX Kubernetes Ingress Controller includes load balancing, SSL termination, URI rewrites, and other key application delivery features
Explore four ways to deploy NGINX Plus as a highly available AWS load balancer, using native AWS services and solutions from NGINX, Inc.
Achieve high availability of NGINX Plus on AWS without the drawbacks of ELB, using a solution that combines keepalived and and an AWS Elastic IP address.
With the new nginx-asg-sync integration software, NGINX Plus can directly load balance AWS Auto Scaling groups, for even more flexible cloud load balancing
Deploy a microservices application on OpenShift, using the Fabric Model of the NGINX MRA for service discovery, persistent SSL connections, & health checks.
Use the Ingress controllers for NGINX and NGINX Plus to integrate their sophisticated features into the built-in Kubernetes load-balancing framework.
Explore the advantages of NGINX Plus as a cloud load balancer for OpenStack vs. the LBaaS API; a demo using OpenStack Heat to deploy NGINX Plus is included.