Nginx is one of the most used web servers in the world. It is usually our first choice to serve up static content in front of application servers like Rails, as well as for caching, load-balancing, or if you want to e.g. cut bandwidth costs from cloud storage providers by sticking your own custom CDN in front of them (you'll be surprised at the savings you can achieve).
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How to route A.com and B.com (and so on) based on host name to any one of a set of backend servers, and have full flexibility in programmatically adding and removing backends at runtme?
An ongoing issue with containerisation is that so many applications are not written with ...