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Using NGINX Plus to Reduce the Frequency of Configuration Reloads

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] [Editor – This post has been updated to use the NGINX Plus API, which replaces and deprecates the separate dynamic configuration and status modules discussed in the original version of the post.] NGINX Open Source is very popular as a frontend server for many hosting providers, CDNs, and other high‑volume platform providers. Caching, reverse…

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9 Tips for Improving WordPress Performance

WordPress is the single largest platform for website creation and web application delivery worldwide. About a quarter of all sites are now built on open source WordPress software, including sites for eBay, Mozilla, RackSpace, TechCrunch, CNN, MTV, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal. WordPress.com, the most popular site for user‑created blogs, itself runs…

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Thread Pools in NGINX Boost Performance 9x!

It’s well known that NGINX uses an asynchronous, event‑driven approach to handling connections. This means that instead of creating another dedicated process or thread for each request (like servers with a traditional architecture), it handles multiple connections and requests in one worker process. To achieve this, NGINX works with sockets in a non‑blocking mode and…

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Inside NGINX: How We Designed for Performance & Scale

NGINX leads the pack in web performance, and it’s all due to the way the software is designed. Whereas many web servers and application servers use a simple threaded or process‑based architecture, NGINX stands out with a sophisticated event‑driven architecture that enables it to scale to hundreds of thousands of concurrent connections on modern hardware.…

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TCP Load Balancing with NGINX 1.9.0 and NGINX Plus R6

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] TCP load balancing is a powerful new feature in NGINX and NGINX Plus. It first debuted in NGINX Plus Release 5, and we've extended the feature with the recent release of NGINX Plus Release 6. Now, in NGINX 1.9.0 we’ve added the core of the TCP load balancing feature to the open source product. We've devoted a great many…

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Live Activity Monitoring of NGINX Plus in 3 Simple Steps

[Editor – This post has been updated to use the NGINX Plus API, which replaces and deprecates the separate extended Status module discussed in the original version of the post. Introduced in NGINX Plus R13, the NGINX Plus API supports other features in addition to live activity monitoring, including dynamic configuration of upstream server groups (replacing…

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MySQL High Availability with NGINX Plus and Galera Cluster

In this article, we create and test a high‑availability database cluster using MySQL, Galera Cluster, and the TCP load balancing capability introduced in NGINX Plus Release 5 (R5). We demonstrate the appropriate MySQL load balancing configuration with NGINX Plus, and techniques for handling conflicting writes and failures across the database cluster. Introducing Galera Cluster Galera Cluster is a…

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