Our Nginx config file uses our CustomConfig convention which means it uses the Liquid template language developed by Shopify and used by many websites. There are many good resources onRead More »
In Supercharging NGINX with Lua (Part 2) we demonstrated how to run some basic Lua inline inside our nginx config and how to provide a custom (but simple) lua authorizationRead More »
In Supercharging NGINX with Lua (Part 1) we demonstrated how to install NGINX with Lua support (via the OpenResty package). In this post I'll walk through some simple, but powerfulRead More »
NGINX is a really really fantastic piece of software. It is supremely flexible and handles all kinds of traffic orchestration workloads. One place that NGINX has received commentary however isRead More »
So, you want to use a CDN to manage your static assets! An excellent idea, as CDNs offer multiple advantages: decreased response time, built-in analytics, and sometimes even DDoS mitigation.Read More »
This article has been written to accompany Best Practice for HTTP2 Front-end deployments — Part two. It'll make use of Homebrew on Mac OS X to install NGINX with HTTP/Read More »
In this last article for our current microservices series, we'll examine how to combine our Ruby-based and Node-based microservice APIs, into a single Docker-based stack on Cloud 66. The stackRead More »
We're really excited to announce the availability of LetsEncrypt, a new security management feature we've integrated with Cloud 66. Let's Encrypt is a free, automated and open certificate authority serviceRead More »
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