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Archive for January, 2016

Installing Nginx on Debian 8

Have you heard about Debian? It is one of the oldest and most stable Linux distributions ever for Desktop and servers, it is not widely used as Ubuntu or CentOS, but still a great choice for all those who want to try Linux for the first time or to host their production apps. The great […] Read more

Creating custom error pages for Nginx on CentOS 7

Custom error pages are something overlooked by developers most of the time. When you are building a website, of course you are going to focus on building your product and company pages, but it’s not a good idea to forget about error pages like 404, 403, 500. Sometimes your visitors see some warnings like: 404 […] Read more

How to monitor Nginx with Munin

Munin is one of the most powerful monitoring systems for dedicated servers and cloud enviroments. It allows you to monitor your server and network activity by providing useful graphics of your CPU, Memory, Disks, Network Devices and also running system services. Nginx on the other side, is the most popular Web server, used by millions […] Read more

Top 5 Nginx modules for Drupal

Last week we published a post called Top 5 Nginx plugins for WordPress, and today we will show you the top 5 Nginx modules for Drupal, another popular content management solution. Drupal, same as WordPress, is a CMS made for web publishers, it allows you to setup and start working with a fully working website […] Read more