Users demand fast application delivery and it is essential for the survival of your business. Meeting the expectations of your users is challenging. NGINX Plus offers a broad array of solutions to solve these challenges, allowing you to delight your users.
Application performance has become a hot topic in recent years—but our need for it is, quite honestly, nothing new. Your websites and applications can thrive, or face severe costs, depending on how well you deliver content to your users, and web architecture has had to evolve to deliver to your users. Download this new ebook to learn more about modern applications architecture, including how application delivery has evolved, why the modern application has increased performance expectations and demands and why NGINX and NGINX Plus are the solutions your DevOps team has been waiting for.
The success of your web-based service or application is all about serving at the pleasure of the user. Learn what users want in a web experience, the business impact of poor application performance, and how NGINX and NGINX Plus are designed to improve the user experience of your applications. After all, users ultimately decide which sites to visit or apps to use based on what they can get to when it counts.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Apr 02, 2015
The discovery of the Heartbleed bug in April, 2014 exposed a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL, an open-source cryptographic library often used with applications and web servers like Apache and Nginx. This latest high profile, targeted attack allowed infiltrators access to the memory of web servers running vulnerable versions of the library. Heartbleed quickly compromised the privacy for communications applications on the Web such as e-commerce, banking, email, and instant messaging, and opened the door to the interception of user information, passwords, and identities.
While the world now knows of the widespread havoc Heartbleed has caused to both businesses and individuals, it begs the question, “What happens when the next Heartbleed (or worse) comes along, and what can an organization do to weather yet another chapter in an all-too-familiar string of debilitating attacks?