How To Prevent PHP-FPM From Consuming Too Much RAM in Linux

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If you have deployed a LEMP (Linux, NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP) stack, then you are probably using FastCGI proxying within NGINX (as an HTTP server), for PHP…
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How to Cache Content in NGINX

NGINX being a consolidated open-source, high-performance web server that speeds up content and application delivery, enhances security, and improve scalability. One of the most common use cases of Nginx is a Content Caching, which…
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How to Enable HTTP/2.0 in Nginx

HTTP/2 is the latest standard for the HTTP protocol, it is the successor of HTTP/1.1. It is becoming increasingly popular due to the benefits it brings to web developers and users in general. It…
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How to Install LEMP Server on CentOS 8

LEMP is a software stack that comprises a set of free and open-source tools that are used for powering high traffic, and dynamic websites. LEMP is an acronym for Linux, Nginx (pronounced as Engine…
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How to Use Nginx as an HTTP Load Balancer in Linux

When it comes to setting up multiple application servers for redundancy, load balancing is a commonly used mechanism for efficiently distributing incoming service requests or network traffic across a group of back-end servers. Load…
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Install Nginx with Server Blocks (Virtual Hosts) on Debian 10

Nginx is a very popular high-performance web server that combines the power of reverse proxying, load balancing, caching and so much more. Depending on how it is configured, it can act as a reverse…
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How to Enable TLS 1.3 in Apache and Nginx

TLS 1.3 is the latest version of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol and it is based on the existing 1.2 specifications with proper IETF standard: RFC 8446. It provides stronger security and higher…
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10 Most Used Nginx Commands Every Linux User Must Know

Nginx (pronounced Engine x) is a free, open-source, high-performance, scalable, reliable, full-featured and popular HTTP and reverse proxy server, a mail proxy server, and a generic TCP/UDP proxy server. Nginx is well known for…
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F5 acquires NGINX for $670M to move into open-source, multi-cloud services

Multi-cloud architecture is a huge trend in enterprise, and today F5 made a big move to bring its own business closer to it. The company, which provides cloud and security application services, announced that it has acquired NGINX, the commercial company behind the popular open-source web server, for $670 million.
We’d actually been hearing murmurs of this acquisition for a while, with a price tag of around $700 million. On top of that, our sources say NGINX was shopping itself around, and other companies that had been looking at it included Citrix. That deal fell apart on price.
NGINX had last raised money nine months ago, a $43 million round led by Goldman Sachs to fuel expansion, and had positioned itself as a strong alternative to F5 in recent years. (It had not disclosed its valuation in that round.) F5 itself, by coincidence, was said to have retained Goldman Sachs in 2016 to


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