How to Change Nginx Port in Linux

Nginx is an open source stable server that powers some of the most high traffic websites in internet today. Among web services, Nginx web server can be successfully deployed as an load-balancer, web reverse…
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How to Run Multiple Websites with Different PHP Versions in Nginx

Sometimes PHP developers want to build and run different websites/applications using different versions of PHP on the same web server. As a Linux system administrator, you are required to setup a environment where you…
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How to Secure Nginx with SSL and Let’s Encrypt in FreeBSD

In this guide we’ll discuss how to secure Nginx web server in FreeBSD with TLS/SSL certificates offered for by Let’s Encrypt Certificate Authority. We’ll also show you how to automatically renew the Lets’ Encrypt…
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Install Nginx with Ngx_Pagespeed (Speed Optimization) on Debian and Ubuntu

In our last article, we showed how to speed up Nginx performance with Ngx_Pagespeed on CentOS 7. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Nginx with ngx_pagespeed on Debian and Ubuntu system…
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NGINX’s Amplify monitoring tool is now in public beta

 NGINX today launched Amplify, its new application monitoring tool, out of private beta. While the cloud-based tool is still officially in beta, it’s now available to all NGINX users — both those who run the paid NGINX Plus edition or the free open-source version. As NGINX CEO Gus Robertson and CMO Peter Guagenti told me, the company’s users told the team that they wanted to… Read More


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