HAProxy Enterprise combines HAProxy, the world’s fastest, and most widely used open source software load balancer and application delivery controller, with enterprise class features, services and premium support.
HAProxyConf 2022 Call for Papers is Open
HAProxyConf 2022 will be taking place on November 8th and 9th in Paris, France. The Call for Papers (CFP) is now officially open. We strongly encourage everyone to submit their abstracts. CFP deadline is September 5th, 2022.
HAProxy 2.6 is released
Your pods running in Kubernetes need to be exposed to the outside world. With the HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller, you can route traffic to them faster, more reliably, and with improved security compared to any other ingress controller. In this book, you’ll learn everything you need to get started using it in your cluster.
HAProxy One is an industry-first end-to-end application delivery platform designed to simplify and secure modern application architectures.
It features a suite of products consisting of application delivery software, appliances and turnkey services managed and observed through a unified control plane.
It provides load balancing, application acceleration, CDN, DDoS protection, bot management, and WAF capabilities.
The HAProxy Fusion Control Plane provides a single pane of glass to control and observe the entire product line-up. It will feature a modern UI and offer a REST-based API.
A globally distributed application delivery network, or ADN, that provides a wide range of turnkey application delivery services at massive scale and with first-class observability. These services include advanced security, application and content acceleration, and load balancing.
A plug-and-play hardware or virtual load balancer based on HAProxy Enterprise that supports proxying at Layer 4 and Layer 7. Its simple graphical interface, easy installation, and no limit on backend servers make it ideal for companies looking for a dedicated system to ensure high-performance load distribution for critical services.
The most efficient way to route traffic into a Kubernetes cluster. It automatically detects changes within your Kubernetes infrastructure and ensures accurate distribution of traffic to healthy pods, with zero downtime due to pod health or scaling changes. It also comes with an integrated WAF to increase the security of your applications running within Kubernetes.
HAProxy Enterprise is an enterprise-class version of HAProxy providing a robust and reliable code base with cutting edge features, an enterprise suite of add-ons, expert support, and professional services.
- Authoritative Expert Support
- High Performance Modules
- Web Application Firewall
- Advanced DDoS and Bot Management
- Real-time Dashboard
- Cluster-wide Tracking and Rate Limiting
- Device Detection and Geolocation
HAProxy Powers the Uptime of the Cloud Era
The HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller now integrates even better with the Kubernetes ecosystem.
By providing custom resources (CRDs) that represent its underlying load balancer settings, you can manage health check properties, tune process-level options, apply default timeouts and control other important settings in a Kubernetes-native way.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how custom resources simplify ingress controller management and allow you to interact with the controller using familiar tools.
We’ll also go through the new features and improvements in the latest release of HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller 1.8.
This ebook provides a comprehensive overview of how to use the HAProxy load balancer as an API gateway, demonstrating how to enhance the security, reliability, and observability of your services.
Learn how to harness HAProxy as an API gateway, including how to:
- Route and load balance HTTP traffic
- Enable health checking of backend servers
- Configure and visualize HAProxy metrics
- Cache API responses
- Authenticate users and monetize your services
- Secure your applications against bots and other bad actors
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