RT GINX (@nginx
We are taking a step back from posting technical content to make space for more pressing conversations. If you’d like guidance on how to contribute, some of our employees have found this Anti-Racism guide a good starting point. docs.google.com/document/d/1S5…

RT @nginx
Introducing latest branches of Open Source, the stable 1.18 branch and mainline 1.19. New features to stable are dry-run mode for request rate and connection limiting; protection against timing attacks; support for variable parameters, and more. nginx.com/blog/nginx-1-18-1-19 

njs 0.4.0 version has been released, featuring js_import directive and multi-valued headers support in r.headersOut nginx.org/en/docs/njs/changes.

1.18.0 stable version has been released, incorporating new features and bug fixes including dry run mode in limit_req and limit_conn, variables support in the limit_rate, limit_rate_after, and grpc_pass directives, auth_delay directive, and more. nginx.org/en/CHANGES-1.18

RT @devcentral
You've probably used @nginx as a WebServer and you might be wondering how does it work as a load balancer? @digofarias explains, "NGINX as an HTTP Load Balancer": go.f5.net/wn5sg 

RT @nginx
To help , , and public sector websites handle surges in traffic, we’re offering free software, training, and services. If you need help, or know someone who does, learn more at the blog or reach out with hashtag


RT @nginx
Both Mozilla and Google are enabling DoH in their browsers, and now Microsoft announced plans for DoH in Windows 10. If you need to provide a DoT or DoH service for your enterprise, here's how NGINX can help nginx.com/blog/using-nginx-as- 

1.17.6 mainline version has been released with additional proxy_protocol variables and limit_req variable. Learn more: mailman.nginx.org/pipermail/ng

RT @nginx
New @datadoghq report analyzing 1.5 billion(!) containers shows NGINX prevails, especially in environments.

Find our booth at for a demo of new Kubernetes Ingress Controller features datadoghq.com/container-report

Hot on the heels of last month’s Unit release, we’re back with not one but two fresh versions, 1.11.0 and 1.12.0. 1.11.0 brings two formidable extensions to the table: serving of static files, and application isolation.

Learn more here: nginx.com/blog/nginx-unit-1-11

RT @codeforgeek
Do you load balance your application servers? If not, you should. I use @nginx to load balance @nodejs servers.

In this article, I have explained how to do the same.


We use Nginx in our Codeforgeek setup as well.

1.12.0 release... "ad-hoc release that focuses on fixing several annoying bugs and adds compatibility with the upcoming PHP 7.4, scheduled for release on November 28, 2019" mailman.nginx.org/pipermail/un

RT @nginx
Overcoming Ephemeral Port Exhaustion in NGINX and NGINX Plus for @webopsx's more advanced performance tuning nginx.com/blog/overcoming-ephe

RT @shadrin
The demo starting RIGHT NOW runs a without . Unit can now serve both static files and php scripts (along with other apps) techfieldday.com/event/nfd21/

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