The NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture has been one of our most useful assets, showing how to use a scalable set of three models for progressively more complex and powerful microservices apps. Version 1.2 features greater integration with Kubernetes.
NGINX technical architect Charles Pretzer describes the advantages of using an API gateway and how it fits in your journey to microservices. He also reveals which microservices and service mesh architectures can use an API gateway-type approach, and which can't.
In this webinar, we describe and demonstrate how to use NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus with Kubernetes and NGINX Ingress Controller.
In this webinar we discuss microservices architectures, and describe how NGINX – a well-known, high-performance web server, reverse proxy server, and load balancer – is also emerging as a widely used microservices hub, as a Kubernetes Ingress controller, and as a sidecar proxy in the Istio service mesh.
In this webinar we discuss our vision for reducing complexity and building microservices applications with the NGINX Application Platform.
In this Ask Me Anything session, we describe and demonstrate Ingenious, a demo app for microservices and service mesh from NGINX.
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.
In this webinar, find out how to secure communications within a microservices architecture, using NGINX and NGINX Plus, with and without SSL/TLS.
Dive into Istio -- its components, capabilities, extensibility, and how it can integrate with open source projects to deliver a service mesh.
This webinar is your chance to learn how the circuit breaker pattern is used in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture and your other apps.