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Logging Traffic Between NGINX and Upstream Servers at CDN77

Regardless of what platform you’re running, logging is often a core requirement for big data processing, statistics, audits, client reports, and transactions, as well as for debugging client‑server communication and possible issues. In this blog, we address the role of logging in debugging, where it provides the ultimate tool for locating the various issues so…

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Learn How to Stop Worrying and Build Your Own CDN

This post is adapted from a presentation delivered at nginx.conf 2016 by Jamie Panagos of Charter Communications. You can view a recording of the complete presentation on YouTube. Table of Contents Introduction 0:25 CDN Functions 0:50 IP Video CDN Performance Criteria 1:13 Why Build Your Own CDN? 1:25 Commercial CDNs Do a Pretty Darn Good Job 2:00 The…

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Preparing for Popularity: An Introduction to Improving Performance and Scaling

Perhaps it’s your first time on the top of Hacker News, or maybe your site’s been picked up by that popular news outlet. If you’ve never worried about scaling and web performance before, we’ll take a look at the basics and give you a place to start. Don’t worry, NGINX and NGINX Plus can help. Numerous…

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Why Netflix Chose NGINX as the Heart of Its CDN

In the few years since its introduction, Netflix's online video streaming service has grown to serve over 50 million subscribers in 40 countries. We've already shared some of the best practices that Netflix's software development engineers adopted as they transitioned from a traditional monolithic development process to continuous delivery and microservices, in Adopting Microservices at…

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Adopting Microservices at Netflix: Lessons for Architectural Design

In some recent blog posts, we’ve explained why we believe it's crucial to adopt a four‑tier application architecture in which applications are developed and deployed as sets of microservices. It's becoming increasingly clear that if you keep using development processes and application architectures that worked just fine ten years ago, you simply can't move fast…

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