Nginx is an up and coming open source web server. It is extremely well-designed and modular, and can be used as a primary as well as reverse proxy in your setup. Due to its low memory footprint and stablility, many popular websites around the world have adopted and used Nginx to boost their system performance and throughput.
Mastering Nginx is a book for the novice as well as the advanced Nginx user. The goal is to introduce Nginx to people who have never used it but are interested in trying it out, and for advanced users to learn more about how to use Nginx better in their setup.
You will be able to master Nginx through this book and some introduction is offered in the beginning. By the end of the book, you will be able to optimize your Nginx setup and handle various production issues with it. The book will use various real-life situations to explain the hows and whys of Nginx.
This book will cover a vast range of topics through a practical case study approach. We will have a look at how one can assess the exact use of Nginx in their system, setting up many of the web languages with Nginx, securing your application using Nginx, and troubleshooting your Nginx setup.
Mastering Nginx will make an Nginx master out of you, ready to take on the wide world of web applications out there.
This book will guide you to master Nginx through practical examples and the necessary code to make your learning curve quick and easy.
Who this book is for
This book is for the novice as well as the advanced Nginx user. The first half focuses on introducing you to Nginx and its various frequent use cases. The second half of the book focuses on helping you optimize, secure, and troubleshoot your Nginx setup. The practical, case study-driven nature of the book will help you associate and understand various situations you may encounter when using Nginx.
Book year: 2013
Book pages: 322
Book language: en
File size: 18.14 MB
File type: pdf
Published: 26 September 2019 - 17:00