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NGINX Unit 1.12.0 introduces support for static file serving, a much requested feature ever since we debuted. It also includes application (process) isolation using Linux namespaces, a WebSocket server implementation for Java Servlet Containers, and support for PHP 7.4.
Blue-green deployment and canary releases are two DevOps approaches that make application delivery and deployment more agile. In this blog we define the approaches and show how NGINX and NGINX Plus make it easy to implement them.
In a Chaos Engineering experiment, you "inject failure" into a microservices application's environment to test the app's resilience. We discuss important concepts like blast radius, magnitude, abort conditions, and blackhole attacks, which cause dependencies to fail.