NGINX is an open source web server written in C that can also be used as a reverse proxy and a load balancer. This course is an introduction to NGINX, by the end of this class you will be able to understand the basics of NGINX and run your own instance and even secure it with a valid certificate. NGINX is one of the few servers written to address the C10K problem.
Unlike traditional servers, NGINX does not rely on threads to handle requests. Instead it uses a much more scalable event-driven (asynchronous) architecture. This architecture uses small, but more importantly predictable amounts of memory under load. Even if you don’t expect to handle thousands of requests at once, you can still benefit from NGINX’s high performance and small memory. NGINX scales in all directions: from the smallest VPS to a large number of servers.
What you will learn in the Introduction to NGINX course:
- Layer 7 load balancing between services
- Layer 4 load balancing between services
- Start NGINX as a web server
- TLS Passthrough vs TLS Termination
- Block unwanted requests and redirect requests to different services
- Enable HTTPS with letsEncrypt Enable HTTP/2 with NGINX
- Enable TLS 1.3 with NGINX
- NGINX interrupts
- Scaling WebSockets with NGINX
- Load Balancing WebSockets with NGINX
Instructor: Hussein Nasser
Education level: introductory to advanced
Number of lessons: 38
Duration of education: 4 hours and 5 minutes
Introduction to NGINX Course headings
Introduction to NGINX Course prerequisites
Any computer (Windows, Mac or Linux)
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Version 2022/1 has not had any changes in the number of lessons and time compared to 2020/9.
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