Things are looking up in Austin these days. Last month, the city hosted NGINX’s sold?out annual conference, nginx.conf 2016. More than 400 attendees enjoyed a two?day conference with more than 40 sessions, supported by roughly 20 sponsors. Many stayed for a third day of NGINX and microservices training.

Highlights included:

  • Gus Robertson and Igor Sysoev’s keynote on application delivery and NGINX
  • Owen Garrett’s keynote on the past, present, and future of NGINX
  • Strong talks from partners, customers, and users, including a talk on Let’s Encrypt by April King, a microservices talk by Marco Palladino, and many more
  • A full day of NGINX training on the Friday (this training is also available online in November and December)
  • A full day of microservices training, featuring the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture (this training is available live in Palo Alto, CA in November and December)
  • The first meet?up for NGINX Amplify, now available as a public beta
NGINX, Inc. cofounder Andrew Alexeev describes how to monitor NGINX with NGINX Amplify at nginx.conf 2016, the annual NGINX conference held in Austin, TX
NGINX, Inc. cofounder Andrew Alexeev discusses NGINX Amplify at nginx.conf 2016

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