Automate Your NGINX Workflows in AWS with NGINX Controller

Presented by

Alessandro Fael Garcia Technical Marketing Engineer, Brian Ehlert Sr. Technical Product Manager

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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

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