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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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The Dreaded 418 Error: Monitoring HTCPCP Microservices in IoT Deployments

The Internet of Things (Iot) is a growing segment of the technology market today. NGINX and NGINX Plus are often at the core of IoT deployments because of their small footprint, high performance, and ease of embedding into various devices. We see NGINX and NGINX Plus installed both on the server side and on the device side…

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Tutorial: Proxying .NET Core and Kestrel with NGINX and NGINX Plus

[ngx_snippet name='style-bolder-h4-h5'] About two years ago Microsoft® announced .NET Core, a framework that allows you to develop and run .NET applications natively on Linux and Mac systems. ASP.NET Core includes Kestrel, an internal web server library. As indicated in the documentation for Kestrel on the Microsoft website and the GitHub repository, you typically run Kestrel behind…

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Migrating Load Balancer Configuration from F5 and Citrix to NGINX Plus with Our Guides

Migrating to the cloud seems to be top‑of‑mind for almost everyone these days. Even if you're not actively involved in a cloud migration or “cloudification” of existing infrastructure – either because you're not quite ready, you have legacy and monolithic applications that don’t lend themselves to a more distributed and agile architecture, or there are business…

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IP Transparency and Direct Server Return with NGINX and NGINX Plus as Transparent Proxy

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] This blog post describes how to configure the open source NGINX software or NGINX Plus as a transparent proxy for traffic to upstream servers. It explains how you can use a transparent proxy to spoof the source IP address of packets to implement IP Transparency, and how you can implement a load‑balancing mode called Direct Server…

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OpenShift Ecosystem: Implementing the NGINX Proxy Model on Red Hat OpenShift

We here at NGINX, Inc. are part of the launch of OpenShift Primed, a technology program announced today with the launch of the OpenShift Container Platform. The first result of this collaboration will be making the enterprise-ready features of NGINX Plus available with the Kubernetes Ingress controller and OpenShift Origin. We are also continuing to develop the NGINX Microservices…

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Maximizing Python Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Load Balancing and Monitoring

[Editor – This post has been updated to refer to the NGINX Plus API, which replaces and deprecates the separate dynamic configuration module mentioned in the original version of the post.[ Introduction: Using Multiple Servers Part 1 of this two‑part blog series tells you how to maximize Python application server performance with a single‑server implementation and how…

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Maximizing PHP 7 Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Multiple Servers and Load Balancing

PHP is the programming language used for many popular frameworks and content management systems (CMSes). We have specific articles on the two most popular PHP-based CMSes, WordPress and Drupal. Introduction – When to Use Multiple Servers Part 1 of this blog post covers maximizing PHP web server performance on a single‑server implementation, where the web server and…

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Maximizing PHP 7 Performance with NGINX, Part 1: Web Serving and Caching

Introduction – How NGINX is Used with PHP PHP is the most popular way to create a server‑side Web application, with roughly 80% market share. (ASP.net is a distant second, and Java an even more distant third.) The PHP universe includes a multitude of PHP frameworks; the most popular include Laravel, Phalcon, and Symfony 2. PHP is…

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8 Tips for Drupal 8 Performance

Editor – For more on maximizing Drupal 8 performance with NGINX, watch our webinar on demand, Maximizing Drupal 8 Performance with NGINX. You can read a transcript of the webinar in two parts: Architecture and Configuration and Caching and Load Balancing. [blockquote author="David Wheeler"]All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection. Drupal is a…

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