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NGINX Amplify now features MySQL support. Amplify monitors the entire LEMP stack, including variations: Linux, (E)NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB/Percona, PHP, and PHP frameworks such as WordPress. This blog post shows you how to configure the Amplify MySQL plug-in, metrics monitored, and troubleshooting.
NGINX Unit supports PHP, which is very widely used for web programming. NGINX Unit therefore supports WordPress, written in PHP, and which is a content management system and application used by more than 30% of the sites on the Web. Use this blog post to install Unit and NGINX together with WordPress.
NGINX Unit 1.0, a multi-language applications server, launched today. Unit supports Python, PHP, Perl, Ruby, and Go, with more languages to come. Unit is dynamically configured using a REST API; there are no process reloads or service interruptions required for configuration changes to take effect.