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NGINX Unit 1.8.0 Is Now Available, Introduces Internal Routing

[ngx_snippet name='style-bolder-h4-h5'] Today we're announcing NGINX Unit 1.8.0, which introduces support for internal routing along with other features. In this post, we're sharing details about all features and a preview of upcoming developments: Internal routing New version numbering scheme Availability in Remi repositories Experimental support for Java Servlet containers Upcoming support for static file serving…

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Introducing “Ask NGINX…”

Every month, we receive fascinating questions from both our customers and open source users about how to use our products for a wide range of use cases, and how to properly integrate other platforms and tools with NGINX. We want to share this expertise as widely as possible across the NGINX community, so we decided…

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Reverse Proxy Using NGINX Plus

NGINX has gained justifiable fame as a very high‑performance web server. I think many people realize that NGINX can also be used as a reverse proxy, but they might not be aware of just what a powerful reverse proxy it is. What Is a Reverse Proxy? Let's start by taking a step back and asking, what…

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