Nginx introduces updated version of open source software

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by CBR Staff Writer| 22 August 2013

NGINX Plus increases application performance and development agility

US based open source software developer Nginx has released the updated version of its open source software, NGINX Plus with new features.

NGINX Plus is claimed to increase application performance and development agility, while reducing dependencies on the infrastructure.

According to the company, the NGINX Plus users can reduce complexity while gaining more control on their applications with the right mix of software and services.

Nginx CEO Gus Robertson said that the launch of NGINX Plus offers businesses with open source product paired with advanced features and services that deliver greater agility and reduce complexity for the company's customers.

"There has been immense interest in a commercial version of our open source software for customers that require enterprise-oriented features and services," Robertson added.

Features offered by the new software include application health checking, commercial-grade activity monitoring, advanced load balancing, dynamic reconfiguration, extended logging capabilities, high availability, and adaptive media streaming.

Services available with the NGINX Plus include configuration and tuning, performance optimisation and technical account management.

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