Deploying NGINX as an API Gateway, Part 3: Publishing gRPC Services

This is the third blog post in our series on deploying NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus as an API gateway. Part 1 provides detailed instructions for several use cases of NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus as the API gateway for RESTful, HTTP‑based APIs. Part 2 extends those use cases and looks at a range of safeguards that …

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Deploying NGINX as an API Gateway, Part 2: Protecting Backend Services

This is the second blog post in our series on deploying NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus as an API gateway. Originally published in 2018, this post has been updated to reflect current best practice for API configuration, using nested location blocks to route requests instead of rewrite rules. Part 3 explains how to deploy NGINX Open Source …

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New member joins The National Archives’ board

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Sonia Cargan as a new non-executive member to The National Archives’ Board. Sonia takes up her post this January following a competitive recruitment campaign. Currently Chief Colleague Inclusion and Diversity Officer for American Express, she is responsible for leading American Express’ global strategy for inclusion and diversity …

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Newer domain investors find success – DNW Podcast #321 – Domain Name Wire

Listen to three newer domain investors talk about their strategies, tools, and approach. They say “all of the good domains are taken” and many people think that if you didn’t get into domain investing early, it’s too late. But last week, I hosted a panel on behalf of the Internet Commerce Association that proves it’s …

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Funding received for equipment upgrade

Our Collection Care and Licensing, Publishing and Digitisation departments have received £264,000 in funding as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)’s Capability for Collections (CapCo) fund. The CapCo fund is a landmark £15m investment in the arts and humanities that will help secure the future of the UK’s galleries, libraries, archives and …

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