Nick Shadrin, Product Manager for NGINX Unit, describes how Unit is being used, now that it's in general release and new features are being added. Nick will suggest ways that you can deploy Unit to get the most out of it, talk about how Unit is being used in production in the enterprise, and the future of Unit.
NGINX Unit 1.3, available now, adds configuration parameters for various timeouts, configurable request body size, Ansible integration, and more. As in previous releases, all parameters can be defined dynamically, with no disruption to running services or loss of connectivity.
NGINX Unit 1.2, available now, adds environment variables across application languages, versions, and sessions; php.ini configuration; and command-line configuration for Go executables. Parameters can still be defined dynamically, with no disruption to running services or loss of connectivity.
NGINX has inspired the move from the LAMP stack to the LEMP - Linux, (e)NGINX, MySQL, and PHP. Today, we are proud to announce the next step in highly capable technology stacks: LEMUR.
You can now download the Unit beta, version 0.6, with advanced process management, Perl support, an official Docker container, and more.
You can now download the Unit beta, version 0.3, with HTTP keep-alive, application timeouts, Python and Go improvements, and more.
Nick Shadrin summarizes the last three months of engineering work on NGINX Unit, and describes NGINX's plans for future features
NGINX Unit, currently available as a free download, combines webserver and application server capabilities in one fast and flexible package.
NGINX Amplify is not just for NGINX server monitoring. It has features for distributed application monitoring, such as metric aggregation & system tagging.
Extend the power of NGINX and NGINX Plus to your crucial HTCPCP apps, and add NGINX Amplify to track the dreaded '418 I'm a Teapot' error.