A New Home for the NGINX Blog on

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Peter Beardmore
Published May 07, 2024

NGINX has grown and changed significantly over the past few years. Since becoming a part of F5, we've been hard at work evolving our offerings to better serve the needs of the diverse global community of NGINX users. As a part of this evolution, we're re-imagining how we deliver content to our valued users and contributors. We're excited to announce that starting on May 15th, 2024, we will be migrating the NGINX blog from its current home on to This strategic realignment of our content will make it easier to find the information and resources you need.

A New Chapter for NGINX Content

After the migration, the most important technical enablement blogs, tutorials, customer stories, and thought leadership blogs on topics like application delivery and security that are currently on will migrate to, while will become a technical-focused hub for all things related to our thriving NGINX community. With this migration, we set out to make your interactions with NGINX content more intuitive and rewarding. Expect a refreshed design, better navigation, and other new features that can help you access the content you need quickly. While the experience on our blog evolves, we’re committed to ensuring that the unique technical depth and community spirit you’ve come to expect from NGINX content doesn’t change.

Our Commitment to Open Source

We know that these changes may raise questions, especially within our open source community. Let us be clear: our commitment to open source is unwavering. That’s why we’re elevating and centralizing community-focused content with a dedicated home on Expect more content on open source tools, technical guides, and community initiatives. Your voices and contributions remain key in shaping the future of NGINX.

Join Us on This Journey

We’d like to invite you to be a part of this transition. On May 15th please take the time to familiarize yourself with NGINX content on update your bookmarks, and explore the new design. Be aware, the occasional glitch can happen with web migrations like this. If you spot anything, please let us know via X or LinkedIn. We’d also love to hear any suggestions you have for our content — your feedback is invaluable.

"This blog post may reference products that are no longer available and/or no longer supported. For the most current information about available F5 NGINX products and solutions, explore our NGINX product family. NGINX is now part of F5. All previous links will redirect to similar NGINX content on"