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Scale Your Applications to New heights with NGINX and AWS - NA

In this webinar we will discuss how AWS and NGINX can complement each other to create highly scalable, high performance and secure web applications. We will cover the different ways that NGINX can integrate with AWS services such as NLB, Route53 and PrivateLink to add new layers of security and functionality to your high traffic website, streaming service or IOT system.

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Damian Curry, Business Development Technical Director, NGINX
Juan Villa, AWS Solutions Architect, AWS
Recorded Aug 5 2021 56 mins
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  • Running Modern APIs with NGINX Unit and NGINX Web Server Sep 28 2021 3:00 pm UTC 89 mins
    Liam Crilly - Sr Dir, Product Management | Timo Stark - Product Management Engineer II
    Building and deploying cloud native APIs is a complex operation, and can require a multitude of components. In this workshop we focus on the fundamentals of deploying the runtime API code and publishing the API through an API gateway. To achieve this we use NGINX Unit as a polyglot application server and NGINX web server as an API gateway. With this combination we deliver a solution lightweight enough for dev and strong enough for production.

    You will learn how to use NGINX Unit to run one or more apps and APIs in a variety of languages, including seamlessly deploying new versions. You will then see the best practices for how to configure NGINX to perform the common API gateway functions of request routing, rate limiting, and authentication for multiple APIs. We will also touch on advanced use cases such as HTTP method enforcement, and JSON validation.

    No previous experience of NGINX or NGINX Unit is required, but a basic knowledge of HTTP and JSON/REST APIs is valuable.
  • Acceleration of Digital Transformation and Impact on Modern App Architectures Sep 28 2021 3:00 pm UTC 18 mins
    Gus Robertson
    From digital‑only banks to telemedicine, the COVID‑19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation efforts across the globe. Ensuring successful outcomes for customers and exceptional customer experiences are the key drivers behind these efforts. How can enterprises achieve this North Star? By focusing on the underlying technology that powers these experiences – specifically their applications and application delivery platform. Building a foundational platform that provides self‑service, automation, and insights using AI and machine learning is crucial for modern applications.

    Tune in to hear NGINX EVP, Gus Robertson, discuss how enterprises are building resilient, secure, and scalable platforms that deliver developer agility and operational agility to power their high‑performance, adaptive modern applications.
  • Deploy and Scale Applications with AWS EKS and NGINX Sep 28 2021 2:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Kevin Jones, Sr. Product Manager for NGINX & Evangelist
    According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) 2020 survey, Kubernetes is the de facto standard and key enabler for cloud-native applications in production. While deploying a local Kubernetes environment can be a simple procedure, large, enterprise-grade deployments is whole different animal that brings scalability, security and monitoring into the picture. In this live session, resident NGINX expert, Kevin Jones, will uncover the real-world challenges of deploying production-grade Kubernetes environments with AWS EKS.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - What is production-grade Kubernetes
    - How to enhance resiliency, scalabilty, and security in a high-performance, cloud-native application infrastructure
    - How NGINX Ingress Controller routes and protects traffic with AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
    - How to use Infrastructure-as-Code with the Elastic Container Registry
  • Automate Your NGINX Workflows in AWS with NGINX Controller Sep 23 2021 8:00 am UTC 33 mins
    Alessandro Fael Garcia Technical Marketing Engineer, Brian Ehlert Sr. Technical Product Manager
    NGINX and Amazon Web Services provide high-performance application delivery solutions for AWS services. From self-service provisioning to turnkey environments, our offerings help you migrate your apps, integrate your environments, and automate your toil. In this webinar, we’ll focus on how you can automate your toil with NGINX Controller, NGINX Plus and popular tools.

    First, you’ll learn how to use NGINX Controller to automate your NGINX Plus instances in AWS. The value of this functionality is the ability to segment control over the deployment process of your machines. NetOps teams can delegate self-service to developers with guardrails in place so that developers can easily provision new NGINX plus instances without the bottleneck of tickets and manual deployments or security vulnerabilities.

    Second, you’ll learn how to automate the deployment NGINX Controller in AWS using Packer, Terraform, and Ansible. The demo will include:

    Use Packer to pre-bake NGINX Controller’s AMIs using Packer’s Ansible provisioner

    Use Terraform to deploy NGINX Controller’s infrastructure on AWS

    Use Ansible to install and configure NGINX Controller (and NGINX Controller’s agent on NGINX instances)

    To learn more:

    NGINX Controller Product Page: https://bit.ly/2IY9SuD

    How to use NGINX with AWS: https://bit.ly/2LNDRqn

    Alessandro’s Demo: https://github.com/alessfg/nginx-controller-automation-demo
  • Automate Your NGINX Workflows in AWS with NGINX Controller Sep 23 2021 1:00 am UTC 33 mins
    Alessandro Fael Garcia Technical Marketing Engineer, Brian Ehlert Sr. Technical Product Manager
    NGINX and Amazon Web Services provide high-performance application delivery solutions for AWS services. From self-service provisioning to turnkey environments, our offerings help you migrate your apps, integrate your environments, and automate your toil. In this webinar, we’ll focus on how you can automate your toil with NGINX Controller, NGINX Plus and popular tools.

    First, you’ll learn how to use NGINX Controller to automate your NGINX Plus instances in AWS. The value of this functionality is the ability to segment control over the deployment process of your machines. NetOps teams can delegate self-service to developers with guardrails in place so that developers can easily provision new NGINX plus instances without the bottleneck of tickets and manual deployments or security vulnerabilities.

    Second, you’ll learn how to automate the deployment NGINX Controller in AWS using Packer, Terraform, and Ansible. The demo will include:

    Use Packer to pre-bake NGINX Controller’s AMIs using Packer’s Ansible provisioner

    Use Terraform to deploy NGINX Controller’s infrastructure on AWS

    Use Ansible to install and configure NGINX Controller (and NGINX Controller’s agent on NGINX instances)

    To learn more:

    NGINX Controller Product Page: https://bit.ly/2IY9SuD

    How to use NGINX with AWS: https://bit.ly/2LNDRqn

    Alessandro’s Demo: https://github.com/alessfg/nginx-controller-automation-demo
  • Scale, Security, Visibility for Container Apps Recorded: Sep 21 2021 46 mins
    Owen Garrett, Head of Product, NGINX
    Does your journey to the cloud include containers? If so, you’re not alone. According to Cisco’s Global Cloud Index, 85% of new app workload instances are container-based; that number will reach 95% by 2021. As adoption rises, many organizations find they also need to adopt Kubernetes to automate and orchestrate their container environments. Unfortunately, many teams hit bottlenecks in securing and scaling Kubernetes in production. How do you overcome these security and scalability challenges without limiting developer flexibility?

    In this session, we’ll discuss solutions using open source projects that enable developers and systems teams to manage Ingress routing, load balancing, and application services in container and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) deployments. We’ll discuss how all of this can be automated by deploying API-driven technologies as part of your CI/CD pipeline.

    Presenter Bio:

    Owen is a senior member of the NGINX Product Management team, covering open source and commercial NGINX products. He holds a particular responsibility for microservices and Kubernetes-centric solutions. He’s constantly amazed by the ingenuity of NGINX users, and still learns of new ways to use NGINX with every discussion.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/owengarrett/
  • API Access and Identity Management: Why Should I Care? Recorded: Sep 16 2021 40 mins
    David Luke, Enterprise Architect at NGINX, Now Part of F5 Networks
    Identity and Access Control play a vital role in your application modernisation story. In this webinar we look at why you should care about OpenID Connect and why you need to ensure that your API Management solution supports Identity Management. We will talk about why you need to manage identity and access control at the application gateway level, together with the benefits from a security, policy and governance standpoint.

    The following topics will be covered in this webinar:

    • Identity Management – the current landscape, open standards, and how these have evolved
    • Access Management – achieving fine-grained control of API user privilege
    • RBAC – Role Based Access Control of API Management resources
    • Microgateways – Best practices for orchestration within containerized deployment models including Kubernetes, RedHat OpenShift.
    • Ingress Control – The relationship between the Kubernetes Ingress Controller/RedHat Openshift Router and API management.
  • API Access and Identity Management: Why Should I Care? [EMEA] Recorded: Sep 16 2021 40 mins
    David Luke, Enterprise Architect at NGINX, Now Part of F5 Networks
    Identity and Access Control play a vital role in your application modernisation story. In this webinar we look at why you should care about OpenID Connect and why you need to ensure that your API Management solution supports Identity Management. We will talk about why you need to manage identity and access control at the application gateway level, together with the benefits from a security, policy and governance standpoint.

    The following topics will be covered in this webinar:

    • Identity Management – the current landscape, open standards, and how these have evolved
    • Access Management – achieving fine-grained control of API user privilege
    • RBAC – Role Based Access Control of API Management resources
    • Microgateways – Best practices for orchestration within containerized deployment models including Kubernetes, RedHat OpenShift.
    • Ingress Control – The relationship between the Kubernetes Ingress Controller/RedHat Openshift Router and API management.
  • Kubernetes and L7: Friends or Foes, And How To Take Control Recorded: Sep 14 2021 54 mins
    Alan Murphy - Sr. Product Manager, NGINX | Amir Rawdat - Technical Marketing Engineer, NGINX
    Come join NGINX to talk about some of the tools available for your microservice traffic management challenges. In this session we’ll go through the basics of microservice traffic management challenges, North/South vs East/West traffic, managing each with ingress and service meshes, and some best practice guidelines with microservice traffic management.
  • Real-time APIs in the Modern Age of Applications Recorded: Sep 9 2021 60 mins
    Mike Amundsen, Author, Speaker, Trainer; Kevin Jones, Senior Product Manager at NGINX; Mehdi Medjaoui, founder of APIdays
    In a world In a world increasingly connected with APIs, applications rely on each other to operate. With the continuous demand to always go faster, businesses and customers are expecting everything to be real-time. But, in this highly connected world, a “slow” API in the digital supply chain may make the whole internal production or business workflow fail, or not deliver the expected customer experience. How can we build reliable and fast real-time architecture? What monitoring best practices do you need to apply to achieve speed and guarantee safety at the same time? What paradigm do you need to understand to transition to an Event-Driven architecture?


    In our next API scene webinar, we will discuss why API performance is critical and needs to be addressed on both the technical and business sides; how can we address it internally; and what do we need to build to make it real.


    This webinar will feature Mike Amundsen, author of many books on APIs and including API Traffic Management (O’Reilly) who will present his best practices and recommendations about managing the traffic of your APIs to ensure speed and safety at scale.


    We will also be joined by Kevin Jones, Senior Product Manager at NGINX, who is an expert on delivering fast and reliable architecture with the NGINX API gateway. He will share how to build real time APIs infrastructure with NGINX. The webinar will be moderated by Mehdi Medjaoui, founder of APIdays conferences and co-author of Continuous API management (O’Reilly).
  • [Ep.7] Managing Multi-Cloud Application Delivery: Building for Success Recorded: Sep 8 2021 49 mins
    Steve Pereira - The Value Stream Guy | Rob Whiteley - NGINX | Todd Wilson - Red Hat | Sean Sadler - AmerisourceBergen
    For many organizations, the move to the cloud is no longer a possibility on the horizon - it’s already happened. And for more businesses than ever, operating a multi-cloud architecture is now firmly the norm after the events of 2020.

    Yet despite it’s portability, flexibility, agility and scalability, operating and delivering applications via the multi-cloud is complicated. In episode 7 of NGINX’s ‘Fuel Business Growth and Innovation with New Application Delivery Strategies’ series, multi-cloud experts are coming together to share how it can be more straightforward.

    Join us to learn the management strategies and technology roadmaps that can keep a company truly cloud-forward, including:

    - Why telemetry is crucial and why 82% of enterprises are collecting telemetry data from their application delivery infrastructure
    - How AIOps can help multi-cloud applications maintain the speed and stability the modern business needs
    - How to overcome ops and admin fragmentation in the app delivery infrastructure
    - The role of service mesh in delivering cloud native applications
    - And more
  • Real-time APIs in the Modern Age of Applications Recorded: Sep 8 2021 60 mins
    Mike Amundsen, Author, Speaker, Trainer; Kevin Jones, Senior Product Manager at NGINX; Mehdi Medjaoui, founder of APIdays
    In a world In a world increasingly connected with APIs, applications rely on each other to operate. With the continuous demand to always go faster, businesses and customers are expecting everything to be real-time. But, in this highly connected world, a “slow” API in the digital supply chain may make the whole internal production or business workflow fail, or not deliver the expected customer experience. How can we build reliable and fast real-time architecture? What monitoring best practices do you need to apply to achieve speed and guarantee safety at the same time? What paradigm do you need to understand to transition to an Event-Driven architecture?


    In our next API scene webinar, we will discuss why API performance is critical and needs to be addressed on both the technical and business sides; how can we address it internally; and what do we need to build to make it real.


    This webinar will feature Mike Amundsen, author of many books on APIs and including API Traffic Management (O’Reilly) who will present his best practices and recommendations about managing the traffic of your APIs to ensure speed and safety at scale.


    We will also be joined by Kevin Jones, Senior Product Manager at NGINX, who is an expert on delivering fast and reliable architecture with the NGINX API gateway. He will share how to build real time APIs infrastructure with NGINX. The webinar will be moderated by Mehdi Medjaoui, founder of APIdays conferences and co-author of Continuous API management (O’Reilly).
  • API Management Best Practices for Internal APIs Recorded: Sep 7 2021 17 mins
    Karthik Krishnaswamy, Dir, Product Marketing, NGINX
    Developing internal APIs is a key step in an enterprise's digital transformation journey. Internal APIs help unlock data silos enabling developers to easily connect and access different systems within the organization. This results in efficiencies and enables enterprises to introduce new products faster.

    How do you manage all the internal APIs? How do you ensure high performance for your internal APIs? How do you protect these APIs and maintain zero-trust security policies? Join this webinar to find out answers to these questions and learn about guiding principles in managing internal APIs.
  • The Journey to Modern Application Delivery: From DNS to Kubernetes Recorded: Sep 2 2021 39 mins
    Mark Boddington, Enterprise Solutions Architect, NGINX
    Docker and Kubernetes are considered standard components when building and orchestrating applications today. Yet you’re still responsible for managing applications built with “traditional” tools. How do you meet the demands of new, microservices applications, while still maintaining the legacy, monolith ones?


    As technologists, we value innovation and discovering new tools and solutions. This webinar does just that, but first we take a look back at how we got here. Join this webinar to learn:


    •The history of current trends in computing - cloud, containerization, and Kubernetes

    •How load balancing and network architecture have evolved from basic DNS to complex systems that support new development styles like CI/CD, A/B testing of code releases, and self service

    •Challenges that come along with virtualization, distributed applications, and multi/hybrid cloud

    •Solutions to reduce the complexity of enterprise application infrastructure, including a new platform from NGINX, now part of F5, that bridges the gap between traditional hardware and newer software solutions
  • The Journey to Modern Application Delivery: From DNS to Kubernetes Recorded: Sep 1 2021 39 mins
    Mark Boddington, Enterprise Solutions Architect, NGINX
    Docker and Kubernetes are considered standard components when building and orchestrating applications today. Yet you’re still responsible for managing applications built with “traditional” tools. How do you meet the demands of new, microservices applications, while still maintaining the legacy, monolith ones?


    As technologists, we value innovation and discovering new tools and solutions. This webinar does just that, but first we take a look back at how we got here. Join this webinar to learn:


    •The history of current trends in computing - cloud, containerization, and Kubernetes

    •How load balancing and network architecture have evolved from basic DNS to complex systems that support new development styles like CI/CD, A/B testing of code releases, and self service

    •Challenges that come along with virtualization, distributed applications, and multi/hybrid cloud

    •Solutions to reduce the complexity of enterprise application infrastructure, including a new platform from NGINX, now part of F5, that bridges the gap between traditional hardware and newer software solutions
  • A Guide To Advanced Kubernetes Deployments Recorded: Aug 31 2021 44 mins
    Amir Rawdat - Technical Marketing Engineer, NGINX, Raul Rodriguez - Software Engineer III, NGINX
    With more organizations expanding their usage in containerized software, Kubernetes will increasingly become the de facto standard for managing containerized workloads.

    Are you looking to effectively move/build production application workloads into Kubernetes? Let NGINX get you there fast.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - How the latest developments of the NGINX ingress controller make deploying Kubernetes easier than ever before
    - How to use our powerful ingress controller to configure advanced application delivery services in Kubernetes.
  • How API-as-a-Service can Improve Customer Experience, Scalability, and Security Recorded: Aug 24 2021 72 mins
    Frank Zhu - NGINX Customer Solutions Engineer, Rob Whiteley - VP of NGINX Marketing
    Today, companies need an agile, evolvable solution for managing APIs. Cutting edge companies are building out “API-as-a-Service”— a secure API management cloud, either private, public, or hybrid – to consume API capabilities efficiently and effectively.
  • Mitigating DDoS attacks with Layer 7 Security Recorded: Aug 20 2021 60 mins
    Laurent Petroque, Director, Solutions Engineering, and Mike Holland, NGINX Technical Solutions Architect
    There’s no denying, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are prevalent and is a huge headache for I.T. security teams because it is so cheap and easy to launch, and very hard to detect. In 2020, based on F5 labs’ threat intelligence report, over 50% of all DDoS support cases were attributed to application DDoS, encompassing web, API, SSL/TLS, and DNS DDoS attacks. On top of that, organisations in Asia counted for 57% of the reported DoS attacks. It is no longer just the security team’s problem, but the application delivery team’s, too.

    In this webinar, we will cover:
    - 2020 DDoS attack trends and stats – learn from the mistakes of others
    - Implications of DoS attacks at the application layer
    - Practical ways to mitigating DoS attacks at layer 7
    - Live demo of DoS attack vectors and how to stop them
  • [Ep.6] Preventing Fraud in E-Commerce: Demotivating the Modern Attacker Recorded: Aug 19 2021 50 mins
    Host - Steve Pereira | Carl Mosby III - Manager, Solutions Engineering, Shape Security | Diana Kelley - CTO, SecurityCurve
    The impact of the pandemic on e-commerce was nothing short of seismic. According to the latest Digital Commerce 360 analysis, US consumers spent $861.12 billion online with U.S. retailers in 2020 - up 44.0% from $598.02 billion in 2019. Yet although e-commerce retailers undoubtedly benefited from this surge, they were also exposed to more threats and fraud attempts than ever before, thanks to low barriers to entry and attackers having easy access to resources.

    For players in the e-commerce industry in 2021 and beyond, it’s also becoming increasingly clear that while it is crucial they can detect and defeat modern cyber attacks, they cannot do so at the cost of frustrating real customers who abandon transactions and take revenue elsewhere.

    In episode 6 of NGINX’s “Fuel Business Growth and Innovation with New Application Delivery Strategies” series, we’re joined by Shape Security experts who are sharing how online retailers can overcome this challenging balancing act.

    Join us to hear:
    - What aspects of e-commerce and the online customer journey are most at threat from attacks in 2021
    - How online retailers can demotivate bots and human attackers from targeting their site using automation
    - What strategies and technologies e-commerce businesses can use to stop fraud without adding friction to the customer journey
    - Why and how strategic initiatives such as revenue collection, customer loyalty, and brand awareness are being hijacked by hackers
    - And more
  • Why CIOs Need Real-Time APIs to Drive Competitive Digital Businesses Recorded: Aug 17 2021 70 mins
    Rob Whiteley, VP, Marketing - NGINX, Frank Zhu, Solutions Engineer III - NGINX
    Join us as we discuss what CIOs need to know about real-time APIs. We’ll discuss how leading CIOs are relying on real-time APIs to compete in today’s business landscape. Through an informative Thought Leadership session and interactive discussion we’ll discuss the tangible benefits (increased customer satisfaction and revenue) of adopting an API-driven strategy.
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