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Configuration and Deployment Examples
These resources are not provided or supported by NGINX, Inc.
Many community guides describe how to install NGINX Open Source from repositories maintained by operating system vendors or other third parties. We always recommend using the official sources or prebuilt packages from the mainline repo at nginx.org, or the NGINX Plus repo to ensure you get the most recent, fully tested software.
Using NGINX with Ruby
Phusion Passenger is one of the easiest ways to build a production-ready deployment of Ruby applications with NGINX.
Using one of the many other Ruby on Rails frameworks (for example, Thin and Unicorn), you can use NGINX as a front-end proxy to offload HTTP optimizations, SSL, and static content.
Using NGINX with PHP
PHP-FPM is a process manager for PHP, and one of the most common ways to deploy NGINX and PHP together.
Using NGINX with Python
The uWSGI interface is most common way to run Python applications with NGINX.
Running NGINX on Amazon Web Services
Books About NGINX
Author: Andrew Alexeev
Editors: Amy Brown and Greg Wilson
License: CC3 license
Author: 张宴 (Zhang Yan)
Published by: 电子工业出版社 (Publishing House of Electronics Industry)
Language: 中文 (Chinese)
Published by: Packt Publishing