In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Oleg Guba of Dropbox describes the internal architecture of the company's EDGE network, including data centers, PoPs, and traffic patterns. He covers traffic management approaches in detail for ingress, internal, and egress flows.
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Seungyeob Choi of Verizon describes how he uses NGINX Plus for video streaming. He explains how to encrypt HLS, handle non-standard MP4 files published by customers, deliver high-bitrate content (UHD videos), and do live low-latency streaming.
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Amir Rawdat of NGINX, Inc. explains how to maximize NGINX performance with parameter tuning and other techniques. He also covers important aspects of performance tuning in an infrastructure.
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Vasiliy Soshnikov of Mail.Ru Group provides the detailed knowledge you need to build your own NGINX modules: details about NGINX's core, its modular architecture, and guiding principles for NGINX code development.
In their session at NGINX Conf 2018, Rohit Joshi and Mike Dunn explain how Capital One uses NGINX for its highest throughput, lowest latency applications, which handle 12 billion operations/day with peaks of 2 million ops/second at latencies of 10-30 milliseconds.
In their keynote at NGINX Conf 2018, Nick Shadrin and Igor Sysoev review the latest news on NGINX Unit, the open source, dynamically configured web and application server. Its supports an ever-growing number of languages, including Go, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby.
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Brian Gautreau, Technical Solutions Architect at NGINX, Inc., shows how to monitor and display traffic flow and microservices health in a Kubernetes environment with the NGINX Plus API, the NGINX Prometheus Exporter, and Grafana.
In their session at NGINX Conf 2018, Dimitri Henning and Roland Gutsch, Systems Engineers at SysEleven GmbH, describe how SysEleven uses NGINX in almost every setup in its virtual environment, and how they handle the challenges presented by a managed hosting environment.
In his session at NGINX Conf 2018, Artyom Gavrichenkov, CTO at Qrator Labs, offers a mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive classification of DoS and DDoS attacks, a description of what makes them possible, and possible ways to mitigate attacks of any kind.