NGINX Plus is an all-in-one load balancer, content cache, and web server available in AWS 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.
NGINX Plus can operate stand-alone or integrated with AWS services, for example, existing load balancing solutions, Auto Scaling groups, and Lambda. This integration can reduce your application delivery and management costs. NGINX Plus on AWS 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
Amazon EC2 A1 instances deliver substantial cost savings compared to other EC2 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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