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What are Apache and NGINX Protocols?
« on: June 20, 2021, 08:58:51 PM »
What Is NGINX?
Nginx is specially designed to check the performance limitations of the Apache server. It is also used as a reverse proxy server and an HTTP cache. It is also used to maintain balance on the website. Igor Sysoev was a Russian software engineer who built Nginx for the first time. Basically, Nginx was created to solve the major problem AKA ” Ck10 problem,” of network sockets. That is the key difference between Nginx vs. Apache.
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Is Nginx easier than Apache?
There are many use cases of web servers, and Nginx is not an all-rounder. NGINX was primarily created to increase the speed of static resources and act as a reverse proxy. Time has changed, and it works well for other uses if configured properly, but if the site is at large dynamic, Apache is good to go. If there are ample resources, then it is best to use Apache at the back-end while setting up NGINX on the front-end to configure as a reverse proxy for Apache. Also, using the Nginx as the cache is quite fair.


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Re: What are Apache and NGINX Protocols?
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2021, 10:29:33 PM »
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