A container is a virtualization technology designed to create and support a portable form factor for applications. In other words, containers make it easy to deploy an application on a range of different platforms.
Zipwhip leveraged NGINX Ingress Controller in its AWS container environments to achieve rapid scale, greater traffic visibility, enhanced performance, and significant cost reductions. Learn how you can too.
Learn about API management best practices for successful adoption of APIs by DevOps teams
Discover how to control and manage traffic in Kubernetes effortlessly, with demonstrations of NGINX Service Mesh and NGINX Ingress Controller.
This practical report describes Microsoft Azure’s load balancing options and explains how NGINX can contribute to a comprehensive solution. Derek DeJonghe & Arlan Nugara take you through the steps necessary to design a solution for your application infrastructure in Microsoft Azure.
NGINX, part of F5, offers training so you can get the most out of your NGINX ecosystem. Courses are available across different experience and skill levels, from NGINX fundamentals to advanced load balancing, advanced caching, security, and more.
Learn why modern app security is both essential and challenging, and how NGINX App Protect secures your apps and APIs across a wide range of deployment scenarios.
SISTIC, Singapore’s leading and largest ticketing agency, chose NGINX Plus to load balance the containerized apps in its privates cloud. The result was 80% cost savings over hardware load balancers, much greater ability to scale, and faster go-to-market for new and updated apps.
Check out this infographic for key takeaways from our NGINX user survey about the state of app delivery in 2020: the rising dominance of microservices and containers, the most popular associated technologies, and the challenges faced by app delivery professionals.