Nginx is a web server that acts as a reverse proxy service and application delivery platform for HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP. POP3 and IMAP protocols. The web server s focused on delivering sites that are focused on optimum performance, reliability, security and scale.
Pronounced ‘engine-x’, the company started out as an open source project and has grown to be a powerful player in the online world, powering half of the world’s websites and applications.
Igor Sysoev’s is the author of Nginx, which was initially released in 2004. Nginx’s popularity became so widespread that Igor co-founded Nginx, Inc. in 2011.
Nginx offers two platforms for users Nginx OSS and Nginx Plus. Nginx Plus offers far more features than its open source equivalent and is an end-to-end platform for web applications.
Millions of developers use Nginx and Nginx Plus to deliver websites and applications including global giants such as Airbnb, Dropbox Netflix, and Uber.
Solutions offered by Nginx include:
Load balancing - Maximize the availability and reliability of a website and its applications and minimize downtime and lost revenue. Enjoy performance improvements and no performance limits.
Web server - businesses use Nginx to manage complexities associated with HTTP and make their apps more response and secure.
Web and mobile acceleration - boost the performance of websites and apps and provide customers with faster processes, increased conversions and boost revenue.
Application security - protect your business website and app from malicious traffic.
Mircoservices - agile approaches that promote flawless delivery and reliability of applications.
Move to Cloud - Nginx can help move websites and applications to the Cloud, whether it be a public or private cloud.
API gateway - track, protect and monetize API’s within applications using Nginx
Streaming media - deliver seamless content without delays using enhanced access controls, bandwidth management, and session persistence.
If your business is looking to use Nginx to achieve a flawless delivery of your applications, you may want to consider engaging an Nginx expert to integrate the technology with your website and applications.
An Nginx expert will be able to install, configure and maintain Nginx as well as be able to deploy load balancing, reverse proxying and caching for your system.
Platforms such as Freelancer.com offer a range of qualified and experienced developers who can help you use the Nginx platform for your website and content delivery.
Log onto Freelancer.com today, find a freelancer with Nginx experience and enjoy the peace of mind that your project is undertaken by an experienced freelancer dedicated to getting you the best results for your website or application.