Behind the magic of PaaS

News, tutorials and customer success related to 'network'

May 16, 2019

Open Sourcing SAND, Scalingo's Networking Daemon

First introduced by Scalingo in January 2019, SAND is an autonomous service managing overlay networks that integrates with Docker.
February 22, 2019

Dropping old TLS versions for your own safety

In 30 days we'll start to drop old and insecure versions of TLS.
January 30, 2019

Introducing LinK, a virtual IP manager backed by etcd

We've just open sourced LinK, our virtual IP manager.
April 20, 2018

Turning IPTables into a TCP load balancer for fun and profit

In this technical deep dive we'll see why and how to build a sophisticated TCP router and load balancer.
June 13, 2017

HTTP/2 and New Routing Features

Two months ago, we announced the release of our new future-proof HTTP router based on Openresty. Since then, we’ve capitalized on it, and a bunch of new features have been made available. Among them HTTP/2 compatibility.
March 24, 2017

Deploying a Future Proof Traffic Router Based on OpenResty

Thousands of applications are hosted on Scalingo, they can be deployed, restarted or scaled at any time. Each of these operations impacts the internal topology of our infrastructure. Traffic routers handle the incoming requests and route them dynamically into the infrastructure. Since the beginning, we relied on Nginx