In this article let’s discuss how to do a layer 7 (Application layer) load balancing using Nginx on a local machine with multiple servers, serving the same content. Before I dive into the details, for those who don’t know what Nginx is
NGINX is a free, open-source, high-performing, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption web server which can also act as a reverse proxy, load balancer, mail proxy, HTTP cache and many more.
I’m using brew to install Nginx on my machine.
brew install nginx
Check whether it is successfully installed or not.
In this article, we will discuss how to configure multiple domains with Nginx. If you’ve not purchased any domain yet you can purchase from a domain registration site like Godaddy. There are two steps to configure multiple domains. Feel free to skip if you’re familiar with any one of the steps.
Open AWS console and search for Route53 in find services. Open Route53 and click on hosted zones. I already have a few domains configured.
This article will help you in automating your deployments with bitbucket pipelines. Feel free to skip if you’re aware of any one of the steps. Let's break down the process into the following steps.
Let's create a classic hello world program in the repository😂
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