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How to Monitor Nginx with Amplify

Amplify is a powerful, lightweight, and intuitive SaaS-based monitoring platform used for monitoring Nginx and Nginx Plus. It monitors and displays Nginx metrics such as Current connections Current requests HTTP errors HTTP version Nginx memory….

How to Set Up Nginx with HTTP/2 Support on Ubuntu 18.04

Nginx is a robust, fast, reliable and dynamic open-source web server popular for serving high traffic sites. In addition, it is well renowned for its ease of configuration, high scalability, and support for a myriad….

Set Up Django with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn on Ubuntu 18.04

Django is a versatile, powerful, efficient and ever-evolving python-based web application framework that you can use to get your web application up and running. It’s a popular web framework and usually comes with a development….

How to Configure NGINX Load Balancing

The load balancing is the process of distributing traffic to multiple instances of an application. It is commonly used for better resource utilization, maximizing throughput and reducing latency apart from ensuring fault‑tolerance of deployed applications…..

Nginx vs Apache – Which one is the Best ?

Apache and NGINX are the two most popular and open source web servers used all over the world and controls over 60% of the market share. Although the functionalities of both of them are pretty….

Nginx Reverse Proxy

NGINX as Reverse Proxy for Node or Angular application

A reverse proxy is a server that retrieves resources for clients from one or more upstream servers. It typically places itself behind a firewall in a private network and forwards clients request to these upstream….

Nginx Rewrite URL Rules Examples

NGINX rewrite rules are used to change entire or a part of the URL requested by a client. The main motive for changing an URL is to inform the clients that the resources they are….

Understanding NGINX Configuration File

It’s very important to understand the structure of the NGINX configuration file to get the best performance from your server. Further, by applying directives on right context in a NGINX configuration will enable you to….

NGINX Access Logs and Error Logs

Logs are very useful to monitor activities of any application apart from providing you with valuable information while you troubleshoot it. Like any other application, NGINX also records events like visitors to your site, issues….

Nginx location directive examples

The location directive within NGINX server block allows to route request to correct location within the file system. The directive is used to tell NGINX where to look for a resource by including files and….

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