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NGINX is the heart of the modern web. NGINX team used their unique position in the marketplace to survey modern technology professionals about their thoughts and perceptions of both the current state and the future of application development and deployment. According to the survey, the most popular technique for improving security and protecting against data breaches is to install a web application firewall (WAF). Overall, 57% of organizations use a WAF. Among smaller companies WAF…

We are thrilled to announce a new release of Wallarm Node™. It’s a brand-new version of the Wallarm filter instance (NGINX-based), with new features and a host of optimizations. Significant refactoring has resulted in improved performance. Optimizations were made to provide sophisticated security checks with near-zero latency. This has been a critical request for our customers with massive-load applications. The Wallarm Node 2.0™ release, introduces support for Websocket protocol. We believe Wallarm™ to be the…

This week (March 15–17) the first and foremost world-class technology conference in the hosting and cloud services industry, WHD.global, is taking place in Rust, Germany. The trade show, established 12 years ago, brings more than 6.000 leading experts and insiders together for high-value networking, informative discussions, and shared experiences. Exhibiting companies include Acronis (a Wallarm partner), Dell, HP, Lenovo, Odin, AMD, Samsung, and Microsoft. Wallarm, the leading provider of cloud-capable Web Application Security solutions for…

Customers enjoy the confidence of knowing Wallarm is an NGINX partner. All Wallarm filtering nodes are built on open-source NGINX web server/load balancer. NGINX is used by 44% of the top 1,000 websites, making Wallarm an ideal fit for DevOps teams. The very same approaches for deploying, configuring, and monitoring standard NGINX also make it possible to use Wallarm for the protection of applications with continuous integration (CI). That makes DevOps a nearly instant DevSecOps…

Last week we’ve visited the first NGINX User Summit and were lucky to give a lightning talk about Wallarm there. The event took place at Dogpatch Studios in San Francisco and gathered about a hundred people. It started with a crash course on NGINX fundamentals and continued with an overview of NGINX history and future roadmap by Igor Sysoev, six lightning talks from other participants and Yichun Zhang talking about his experience developing and profiling…