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Taking Kubernetes from Test to Production

A practical guide to how Kubernetes traffic management tools – including an Ingress controller and service mesh – can help you solve the challenges of resilience, visibility, and security that come with running Kubernetes in production.

The Most Developer-Friendly Service Mesh Is Here

F5 NGINX Service Mesh is the lightest, easiest way to implement mTLS and end-to-end encryption in Kubernetes.

Introducing NGINX
Instance Manager

Effortlessly track, configure, and monitor NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus instances at scale.

Faster deployments,
fewer headaches.

Think faster app deployments means increased tool sprawl, poor app visibility, or infrastructure lock‑in? Not anymore.

Introducing NGINX Controller 3.0, the first app‑centric, multi‑cloud platform for managing and delivering modern apps and APIs.

Improve the Performance, Reliability, and Security of Your Applications

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    Load Balancing
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    Microservices
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    Security
  • Web & Mobile Applications
  • API Gateway
Aaron Terry VP of Development, MemberCentral

Learn how MemberCentral stabilized its applications by replacing hardware load balancers with NGINX Plus.

JOHN CLEVELEY Sr. Engineering Manager, BuzzFeed

Learn how Buzzfeed built a microservices request router using NGINX Plus.

JOHN GRAHAM-CUMMING Programmer, CloudFlare

Learn how you can deploy NGINX on any cloud, eliminate vendor lock‑in, and reduce complexity.

ANDREW STEIN Co-founder & Chief Scientist, Distil Networks

See how Distil Networks prevents security breaches and limits malicious traffic with NGINX Plus and the NGINX ModSecurity WAF.

MONTE EVANS Chief Technical Officer, Warpwire

Discover how Warpwire provides a fast, high‑performance experience for users.

DRAGOS DASCALITA HAUT Solutions Architect, Adobe

Learn how Adobe trusts NGINX Plus to manage and secure business‑critical APIs.

Deliver Modern Applications at Scale with F5 NGINX Products

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NGINX Open Source

The open source web server that powers more than 400 million websites
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NGINX Plus

The only all‑in‑one load balancer, web server, content cache, and API gateway

NGINX Controller

Centralized monitoring and management for NGINX Plus
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NGINX App Protect

Modern app security powered by F5 WAF technology running on NGINX Plus

NGINX Unit

Multi‑language application server from NGINX
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NGINX Amplify

Lightweight, cloud-based monitoring for NGINX and NGINX Plus

Trusted by More of the World’s Busiest Sites than Any Other Server

Latest on F5 NGINX

Ebooks

The NGINX Real-Time API Handbook

The NGINX Real-Time API Handbook

Our NGINX Real-Time API Handbook equips enterprises to deliver reliable, high-performance APIs

NGINX Webinars

Fundamentals of Microservices

Fundamentals of Microservices

Despite powering some of the most popular apps on the planet, microservices – and associated technologies like containers and Kubernetes – are still a mystery to many. Microservices...

Latest blog posts

What’s New with the NGINX Controller Application Delivery Module for 2022

What’s New with the NGINX Controller Application Delivery...

Releases 3.20 through 3.22 of the NGINX Controller Application Delivery Module combine to improve our powerful governance, observability, and operations platform for NGINX Plus deployments and the applications they support. Get all the details about the new features.

Performance Testing NGINX Ingress Controller and Red Hat OpenShift Router

Performance Testing NGINX Ingress Controller and Red Hat...

We performance test NGINX Ingress Controller and the default Red Hat OpenShift Router in an OpenShift Cloud Platform cluster while scaling the number of backends up and down. The Router experiences significant latency and errors, but NGINX Ingress Controller almost none.

Kubernetes Networking 101

Kubernetes Networking 101

Do you need an Ingress controller to accept traffic into your Kubernetes environment? To help you decide, we offer a primer on the other services for getting external traffic into a cluster: kube-proxy, Cluster IP, NodePort, and LoadBalancer.