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NGINX Cookbook

Advanced Recipes for High Performance Load Balancing

Paperback Engels 2020 9781492078487
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Samenvatting

NGINX is one of the most widely used web servers available today, in part because of its capabilities as a load balancer and reverse proxy server for HTTP and other network protocols.This cookbook provides easy-to-follow examples to real-world problems in application delivery. The practical recipes will help you set up and use either the open source or commercial offering to solve problems in various use cases.

For professionals who understand modern web architectures, such as n-tier or microservice designs, and common web protocols including TCP and HTTP, these recipes provide proven solutions for security, software load balancing, and monitoring and maintaining NGINX's application delivery platform. You'll also explore advanced features of both NGINX and NGINX Plus, the free and licensed versions of this server.

You'll find recipes for:
- High-performance load balancing with HTTP, TCP, and UDP
- Securing access through encrypted traffic, secure links, HTTP authentication subrequests, and more
- Deploying NGINX to Google Cloud, AWS, and Azure cloud computing services
- Setting up and configuring NGINX Controller
- Installing and configuring the NGINX Plus App Protect module
- Enabling WAF through Controller ADC

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781492078487
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:194
Uitgever:O'Reilly
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:30-11-2020
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT

Inhoudsopgave

Foreword
Preface
Conventions Used in This Book
Using Code Examples
O’Reilly Online Learning
How to Contact Us
Acknowledgments

1. Basics
1.0. Introduction
1.1. Installing on Debian/Ubuntu
1.2. Installing on RedHat/CentOS
1.3. Installing NGINX Plus
1.4. Verifying Your Installation
1.5. Key Files, Directories, and Commands
1.6. Serving Static Content
1.7. Graceful Reload

2. High-Performance Load Balancing
2.0. Introduction
2.1. HTTP Load Balancing
2.2. TCP Load Balancing
2.3. UDP Load Balancing
2.4. Load-Balancing Methods
2.5. Sticky Cookie with NGINX Plus
2.6. Sticky Learn with NGINX Plus
2.7. Sticky Routing with NGINX Plus
2.8. Connection Draining with NGINX Plus
2.9. Passive Health Checks
2.10. Active Health Checks with NGINX Plus
2.11. Slow Start with NGINX Plus

3. Traffic Management
3.0. Introduction
3.1. A/B Testing
3.2. Using the GeoIP Module and Database
3.3. Restricting Access Based on Country
3.4. Finding the Original Client
3.5. Limiting Connections
3.6. Limiting Rate
3.7. Limiting Bandwidth

4. Massively Scalable Content Caching
4.0. Introduction
4.1. Caching Zones
4.2. Cache Locking
4.3. Caching Hash Keys
4.4. Cache Bypass
4.5. Cache Performance
4.6. Cache Purging with NGINX Plus
4.7. Cache Slicing

5. Programmability and Automation
5.0. Introduction
5.1. NGINX Plus API
5.2. Using the Key-Value Store with NGINX Plus
5.3. Extending NGINX with a Common Programming Language
5.4. Installing with Puppet
5.5. Installing with Chef
5.6. Installing with Ansible
5.7. Installing with SaltStack
5.8. Automating Configurations with Consul Templating

6. Authentication
6.0. Introduction
6.1. HTTP Basic Authentication
6.2. Authentication Subrequests
6.3. Validating JWTs with NGINX Plus
6.4. Creating JSON Web Keys
6.5. Validate JSON Web Tokens with NGINX Plus
6.6. Automatically Obtaining and Caching JSON Web Key Sets with NGINX Plus
6.7. Authenticate Users via Existing OpenID Connect SSO with NGINX Plus

7. Security Controls
7.0. Introduction
7.1. Access Based on IP Address
7.2. Allowing Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
7.3. Client-Side Encryption
7.4. Advanced Client-Side Encryption
7.5. Upstream Encryption
7.6. Securing a Location
7.7. Generating a Secure Link with a Secret
7.8. Securing a Location with an Expire Date
7.9. Generating an Expiring Link
7.10. HTTPS Redirects
7.11. Redirecting to HTTPS Where SSL/TLS Is Terminated Before NGINX
7.12. HTTP Strict Transport Security
7.13. Satisfying Any Number of Security Methods
7.14. NGINX Plus Dynamic Application Layer DDoS Mitigation
7.15. Installing and Configuring NGINX Plus App Protect Module

8. HTTP/2
8.0. Introduction
8.1. Basic Configuration
8.2. gRPC
8.3. HTTP/2 Server Push

9. Sophisticated Media Streaming
9.0. Introduction
9.1. Serving MP4 and FLV
9.2. Streaming with HLS with NGINX Plus
9.3. Streaming with HDS with NGINX Plus
9.4. Bandwidth Limits with NGINX Plus

10. Cloud Deployments
10.0. Introduction
10.1. Auto-Provisioning on AWS
10.2. Routing to NGINX Nodes Without an AWS ELB
10.3. The NLB Sandwich
10.4. Deploying from the AWS Marketplace
10.5. Creating an NGINX Virtual Machine Image on Azure
10.6. Load Balancing Over NGINX Scale Sets on Azure
10.7. Deploying Through the Azure Marketplace
10.8. Deploying to Google Compute Engine
10.9. Creating a Google Compute Image
10.10. Creating a Google App Engine Proxy

11. Containers/Microservices
11.0. Introduction
11.1. Using NGINX as an API Gateway
11.2. Using DNS SRV Records with NGINX Plus
11.3. Using the Official NGINX Image
11.4. Creating an NGINX Dockerfile
11.5. Building an NGINX Plus Docker Image
11.6. Using Environment Variables in NGINX
11.7. Kubernetes Ingress Controller
11.8. Prometheus Exporter Module

12. High-Availability Deployment Modes
12.0. Introduction
12.1. NGINX Plus HA Mode
12.2. Load-Balancing Load Balancers with DNS
12.3. Load Balancing on EC2
12.4. NGINX Plus Configuration Synchronization
12.5. State Sharing with NGINX Plus and Zone Sync

13. Advanced Activity Monitoring
13.0. Introduction
13.1. Enable NGINX Open Source Stub Status
13.2. Enabling the NGINX Plus Monitoring Dashboard
13.3. Collecting Metrics Using the NGINX Plus API

14. Debugging and Troubleshooting with Access Logs, Error Logs, and Request Tracing
14.0. Introduction
14.1. Configuring Access Logs
14.2. Configuring Error Logs
14.3. Forwarding to Syslog
14.4. Request Tracing
14.5. OpenTracing for NGINX

15. Performance Tuning
15.0. Introduction
15.1. Automating Tests with Load Drivers
15.2. Keeping Connections Open to Clients
15.3. Keeping Connections Open Upstream
15.4. Buffering Responses
15.5. Buffering Access Logs
15.6. OS Tuning

16. Introduction to NGINX Controller
16.0. Introduction
16.1. Setup Overview
16.2. Connecting NGINX Plus with Controller
16.3. Driving NGINX Controller with the API
16.4. Enable WAF Through Controller App Security

17. Practical Ops Tips and Conclusion
17.0. Introduction
17.1. Using Includes for Clean Configs
17.2. Debugging Configs

Conclusion

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