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Linux

NGINX

I prefer to use NGINX as the front-facing end point to various back-end application engines and given its ability to easily act as a reverse proxy, I'll typically configure it to listen on the “public” interface IP address and then proxy connections to the back-end end point.

Start by installing NGINX

After that, I execute various scripts depending on what I'm trying to accomplish:

Application Engines

Other

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