NGINX and Amazon have partnered to provide high-performance application delivery solutions for AWS applications. From self-service provisioning to turnkey environments, NGINX Plus helps you get the most from your AWS applications.
NGINX and Amazon Web Services provide high-performance application delivery solutions for AWS services. From self-service provisioning to turnkey environments, our offerings help you migrate your apps, integrate your environments, and automate your toil.
Optimize your application delivery infrastructure with seamless integration of the NGINX Application Platform with some of the most popular Linux, automation, and container platforms: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
NGINX App Protect combines the proven effectiveness of F5’s advanced WAF technology with the agility and performance of NGINX. It runs natively on NGINX Plus to address the security challenges facing modern DevOps environments.
Performance numbers (HTTP RPS, SSL TPS, Throughput) and costs for NGINX Plus running on various server sizes.
The NGINX Application Platform helps reduce complexity by consolidating common functions down to far fewer components – in many cases, down to a single piece of software. Streamline your application stack and begin migrating to a modern, microservices-based architecture.
Our Professional Services consultants review your existing NGINX Plus installation and provide recommendations to keep your NGINX Plus configuration stable and secure.
Our Professional Services consultants perform initial installation and configuration of the software to ensure your configuration is stable, secure, and compliant with our best practices.
NGINX, at its core, is a collection of modules. Whether you are using core modules, like the http and stream modules, or third-party modules like GeoIP or RTMP, the module framework is the same.
NGINX and Signal Sciences have joined together to create a combined API gateway, web server, software load balancer, and next‑gen web application firewall (WAF) offering.