News of 2019§
News archive for the year 2019.
Unit 1.14.0 Released §
Version 1.14.0 has been released.
Unit 1.13.0 Released §
Version 1.13.0 has been released, featuring reverse proxying support and several bugfixes.
Application Isolation with NGINX Unit §
Application isolation in NGINX Unit enables you to control which types of system resources your apps share with NGINX Unit and each other. Running apps in isolated environments improves security. Get all the details on how it works, and what it means for the future of NGINX Unit.
What are the benefits of using NGINX Unit? §
In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the advantages provided by NGINX Unit.
NGINX Unit 1.11.0 Is Now Available, Introduces Static File Serving §
NGINX Unit 1.11.0 introduces support for static file serving, a much requested feature ever since NGINX Unit debuted. It also includes application (process) isolation using Linux namespaces and a WebSocket server implementation for Java Servlet Containers. NGINX Unit 1.12.0 adds support for PHP 7.4.
Unit 1.12.0 Released §
Version 1.12.0 has been released, featuring several important bugfixes.
NGINX Open Source, NGINX Plus, & Unit 2019 Update §
NGINX veteran and open source stalwart, Owen Garrett (Sr. Director, Product Management, F5 Networks), will open up the first of our product spotlight sessions. Owen will provide an update on the key enhancements we’ve made to NGINX open source and NGINX Plus, as well as a preview of upcoming roadmap items. Then Owen will bring NGINX’s original author and founder, Igor Sysoev, up on stage to talk about our new open source application server, Unit. Igor will talk about the progress we’ve made on this innovative technology, as well as the art of what’s possible as we continue to develop it.
NGINX Unit Demo §
Application Delivery track session: NGINX Unit & Demo with Nick Shadrin (Consulting Manager, F5 Networks) and Igor Sysoev (Founder, NGINX, F5 Networks).
NGINX Unit: Make the App Server Part of Your Application §
Timo has worked with PHP and Node.js for years, and now with NGINX Unit he’s able to use the app server as a core part of his applications and APIs. In this session, Timo explains how to create, manage, and deploy powerful APIs with PHP and Node.js on top of NGINX Unit. He shares some libraries he wrote for controlling NGINX Unit from Node.js and PHP.
Unit 1.11.0 Released §
Version 1.11.0 has been released, featuring static content support, application namespace isolation, and support for WebSockets in Java Servlet Containers.
NGINX Unit 1.10.0 Is Now Available §
NGINX Unit 1.9.0 and 1.10.0 introduce request routing based on matching arguments, headers, cookies, and scheme; appending elements to arrays; a built‑in WebSocket server for Node.js; and new guides for Catalyst, NextCloud, Redmine, Docker, and language modules.
Unit 1.10.0 Released §
Version 1.10.0 has been released, featuring various improvements in language modules.
Unit 1.9.0 Released §
Version 1.9.0 has been released, featuring arguments, cookies, and headers support in internal request routing and POST semantics for arrays.
NGINX Unit: A Modern App Server for Modern Apps §
NGINX Unit is a key component in our modern platform spans from code to customer: it's configured dynamically via API for no app downtime; it can run apps written in multiple languages and versions at the same time; its small footprint makes it ideal for microservices and deployable on any infrastructure.
Compare PHP FPM, PHP PPM, Nginx Unit, React PHP and RoadRunner §
The goal was to compare the characteristics of services under different loads and find the best option.
NGINX Unit 1.8.0 Is Now Available, Introduces Internal Routing §
NGINX Unit 1.8.0 introduces internal routing of requests based on host, URL, and HTTP method. This sets the framework for full Layer 7 request processing, necessary for further development of Unit's web server functionality.
Unit 1.8.0 Released §
Version 1.8.0 has been released, featuring internal request routing and experimental Java Servlet Containers support.
Unit 1.7.1 Released §
Version 1.7.1 has been released, with a vulnerability fix in the router process (CVE-2019-7401).