NGINX Service Mesh is officially production-ready! NGINX Service Mesh is free, optimized for developers, and the lightest, easiest way to implement mTLS and end-to-end encryption in Kubernetes for both ingress-egress and and service-to-service traffic.
NGINX Ingress Controller now offers enhanced TCP/UDP load balancing with support for snippets, health checks, and multiple TransportServer resources. Release 1.11.0 also introduces a WAF policy for easier configuration of NGINX App Protect, Istio compatibility, and more.
The more ways you leverage the power of NGINX, the more of challenge it can be to track and manage the NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus instances across your infrastructure. Introducing NGINX Instance Manager, one tool for tracking, configuring, and monitoring NGINX at scale.
High request volume can overwhelm your Kubernetes services. With NGINX Service Mesh, it takes less than 10 minutes to define a rate-limiting policy that limits each client to a reasonable number of requests. Watch the video demo and follow along in the transcript provided.
Service-to-service communication among microservices puts more data on the wire compared to monoliths. Using mutual TLS (mTLS) to encrypt and authenticate that communication is crucial. Here we dive deep into the mTLS implementation in NGINX Service Mesh.
Our goal at NGINX has always been to provide the foundation our customers and community need to deliver modern apps. Based on Abraham Maslow's famous hierarchy of needs for humans, here we show how NGINX offerings satisfy an app's hierarchy of needs at multiple levels.
Improve the resilience of Kubernetes apps with the traffic control and splitting methods discussed in this blog – rate limiting, circuit breaking, debug routing, A/B testing, and canary and blue-green deployments – and learn how NGINX products make them easier to implement.
F5 Agility 2021 takes the virtual stage on April 20–22 this year, and the NGINX team will be there in full force. Don't miss our sessions and demos on production-grade Kubernetes, real-time API management, and synergies between F5 and NGINX products.
A “security as code” approach centered around NGINX App Protect is key to protecting your APIs. Integrate non‑disruptive security controls into your automation and CI/CD processes so that app security is baked in from the outset, not bolted on as an afterthought.
Strategies for shifting security left usually ignore WAF and other traditional tools for enforcing run‑time security policies. A complete modern solution needs to include WAF, but one that fits into your CI/CD pipelines and helps smooth friction between Security and DevOps.
To protect and evolve your Kubernetes infrastructure, you need more than visibility -- you need insight. The monitoring tools built into NGINX Ingress Controller and NGINX Service Mesh help you diagnose real-world problems like poor app performance and resource exhaustion.
NGINX, a part of F5, Inc., is pleased to announce that we have become the first Gold sponsor of the OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set (CRS) project. We look forward to working with the CRS team and helping ensure the CRS project’s long-term success.