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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 Drupal 8 Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Caching and Load Balancing

This post is adapted from a webinar hosted on January 20, 2016 by Floyd Smith and Faisal Memon of NGINX, Inc. It is the second of two parts, and is focused on caching and using NGINX as a load balancer. The first part focuses on site architecture and configuring NGINX for Drupal 8. You can also view the complete webinar on…

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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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Scaling Web Applications with NGINX, Part 1: Load Balancing

This post is adapted from a talk given by Matt Williams at nginx.conf 2015, held in San Francisco in September. It is the first of two parts, and focuses on load balancing; the second part focuses on NGINX caching and monitoring. You can view the presentation slides and watch the complete talk on the NGINX, Inc. YouTube channel.…

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NGINX Plus and Google Load Balancers on the Google Cloud Platform

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] [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. For step‑by‑step instructions on deploying a highly available NGINX Plus load‑balancing configuration on GCE, see our deployment guide, All-Active HA for NGINX Plus on…

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NGINX Plus and Microsoft Azure Load Balancers

[ngx_snippet name='table-style-blog'] [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.] Customers using Microsoft Azure have three options for load balancing: NGINX Plus, the Azure load balancing services, or NGINX Plus in conjunction with the Azure…

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Manage Your API Gateway for Less with 3scale and NGINX Plus

NGINX, Inc. and 3scale are teaming up to offer the highest performing API gateway on the market. For a limited time, special combination packages are being offered at a significant discount. 3scale provides a full‑featured API management solution with exceptional scalability, security, and flexibility to meet the most demanding requirements. 3scale makes it easy to manage…

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Load Balancing with NGINX and NGINX Plus, Part 2

In Load Balancing with NGINX and NGINX Plus, Part 1, we set up a simple HTTP proxy to load balance traffic across several web servers. In this article, we'll look at additional features, some of them available in NGINX Plus: performance optimization with keepalives, health checks, session persistence, redirects, and content rewriting. For details of the load‑balancing features in NGINX and…

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