Category: Linux

Linux Server Managment

Integrating Fortanix Self-Defending KMS with NGINX and NGINX Plus

If you have a large number of NGINX servers, it can be a challenge to manage their TLS keys and certificates. One solution is to manage them centrally with a key management system (KMS), one

A Reference Architecture for Real-Time APIs

In a previous blog, we showed how real‑time APIs play a critical role in our lives. As companies seek to compete in the digital era, APIs become a critical IT and business resource. Architecting the

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Securing Your Apps in Kubernetes with NGINX App Protect

Businesses know they need to bring services and applications to market quickly because if they don’t, a competitor surely will. But web applications are prime targets for cyberattacks, and updating them fast and furiously increases

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Simplifying the API Documentation Process with NGINX Controller

According to a survey conducted by Cloud Elements, 85% of businesses consider APIs to be fundamental to their business strategy and continued success. A strong API initiative drives business growth and enables new customer experiences

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Optimize Your NGINX Plus Deployment with Arm-Based Amazon EC2 M6g Instances

At NGINX Conf 2019, we showcased the cost savings you can achieve by deploying NGINX Plus on Amazon Elastic Cloud Computing (EC2) A1 instances powered by the AWS Graviton processor, which has 64‑bit Arm Neoverse cores and

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A Quick Look at the Revamped API Management Module and Developer Portal in NGINX Controller 3.7

Since we announced NGINX Controller 3.0 in late January, we’ve maintained a steady cadence of releases and have now reached release 3.7. It introduces a comprehensive set of enhancements to the API Management Module and the

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Configuring NGINX Plus as an External Load Balancer for Red Hat OCP and Kubernetes

In the world of container orchestration there are two names that we run into all the time: RedHat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) and Kubernetes. OpenShift, as you probably know, uses Kubernetes underneath, as do many

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Announcing NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes Release 1.8.0

We are happy to announce release 1.8.0 of the NGINX Ingress Controller for Kubernetes. This release builds upon the development of our supported solution for Ingress load balancing on Kubernetes platforms, including Red Hat OpenShift, Amazon

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Introducing the NGINX Controller Data Forwarder with Splunk Integration

At NGINX, we know you invest in many tools (and business workflows around those tools) to create, deliver, and manage modern apps. Visibility and analytics tools are no exception. At last month’s Controller and Coffee

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Agile Perimeter Security with NGINX App Protect

In the context of computer security, the perimeter is a conceptual line that establishes a “zone of trust” for applications and other infrastructure components inside it. In traditional infrastructure environments using a castle-and-moat approach, the

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Linux Find Out Graphics Card Installed In My System

I am a new Linux system user. I am using Ubuntu Linux. I do not want to open up the computer hardware to just see the make and model of the graphics card in a

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How do I check if a port is in use on Linux?

I am a new Linux system user. I need to find out which process is listening on a port on Linux using the command line. How do you find out which process is listening on

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How to change the ssh port on a Linux server

FAQ: How do I change the SSH Port for my Linux or Unix server using command line option? You can easily change the SSH Port for Your Linux or Unix server. The ssh port defined

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How do I know if my Linux is 32 bit or 64 bit? nixCraft

I need to find out if my Linux server is running on 32-bit or 64-bit system. How do I know if my Linux is 32 bit or 64 bit? To check if your Linux server

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