Early Access Preview

The F5 NGINX One cloud console is currently available in Early Access. This preview version is for evaluation and testing purposes only and should not be used in production environments.


Stay up-to-date with what’s new and improved in the F5 NGINX One cloud console.

June 11, 2024

View NGINX security vulnerabilities (CVEs)

You can now view NGINX CVEs on the Security page. The listed CVEs affect official releases of NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus.

Select the link for each CVE to see the details, including the CVE’s publish date, severity, description, and the affected NGINX products and instances.

May 29, 2024 - v0.20240529.1310498676

Edit NGINX configurations

You can now make configuration changes to your NGINX instances. For more details, see View and edit NGINX configurations.

May 28, 2024 - v0.20240528.1309124087

Improved Data Plane Key and NGINX Instance Navigation

We’ve updated the Instance Details and Data Plane Keys pages to make it easier to go between keys and registered instances.

  • On the Instance Details page, you can now find a link to the instance’s data plane key. Select the “Data Plane Key” link to view important details like status, expiration, and other registered instances.
  • The Data Plane Keys page now includes links to more information about each data plane key.

February 28, 2024 - v0.20240228.1194299632

Breaking Change

  • API responses now use “object_id” instead of “uuid”. For example, key_1mp6W5pqRxSZJugJN-yA8g. We’ve introduced specific prefixes for different types of objects:
    • Use key_ for data-plane keys.
    • Use inst_ for NGINX instances.
    • Use nc_ for NGINX configurations.
  • Likewise, we’ve updated the JSON key from uuid to object_id in response objects.

February 6, 2024

Welcome to the NGINX One EA preview

We’re thrilled to introduce NGINX One, an exciting addition to our suite of NGINX products. Designed with efficiency and ease of use in mind, NGINX One offers an innovative approach to managing your NGINX instances.

To help you get started, take a look at the Getting Started Guide. This guide will walk you through the initial setup and key features so you can start using NGINX One right away.