NGINX Plus is an all-in-one load balancer, content cache, and web server available in AWS and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and on Arm.
NGINX Plus provides developers with consistent, always available, high‑performance application delivery and web services within an AWS Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) environment and on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
NGINX Plus provides Secure Sockets Layer and Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) offload, caching, and bandwidth and rate control to help you deliver content to your users in a predictable and secure manner.
NGINX Plus Amazon Machine Images (AMI) for Arm is available on the AWS Marketplace. NGINX Plus includes a free trial, which allows developers to get started quickly with leveraging load balancing solutions for their environments
Ampere A1 Compute provides superior price-performance for general-purpose workloads such as web servers, application servers, and containers. Ampere Altra- based A1 compute shapes offer balanced performance and an optimal price point for cloud based scale-out workloads such as NGINX and web applications.
AWS NGINX Blog
On NGINIX Plus AWS Graviton2 based EC2 M6g instances deliver far greater performance at 20% less cost than x86-based M5 instances. This is true for both reverse proxy and API gateway configurations across a range of instance sizes. Instances powered by Arm-based AWS Gravtion2 processors are well suited for your next NGINX Plus deployment.
OCI NGINX Blog
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Ampere A1 Compute instances deliver significantly more performance per dollar over competitive OCI configurations for NGINX customers that deploy NGINX Plus as a reverse proxy or API gateway. This is one of the most common deployment use cases. Customers leveraging Arm-based instances can scale-out their web tier cost effectively.
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