Published On August 31, 2018

Why you should use a web server (Nginx) in front of your Spring Boot application

There's a couple of reasons why you should put a webserver, like Nginx or Apache, in front of your Java application: Location Handling & Url Rewriting, Load Balancing, SSL Handling, Caching, Maintenance Features, Organizational Policies etc. Learn about each one of them in this episode.

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Why you should use a web server (Nginx) in front of your Spring Boot application

There's a couple of reasons why you should put a webserver, like Nginx or Apache, in front of your Java application: Location Handling & Url Rewriting, Load Balancing, SSL Handling, Caching, Maintenance Features, Organizational Policies etc. Learn about each one of them in this episode.

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Arc 1 : Project Setup & Domain
Arc 2 : Building the REST Services for a CRM
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Arc 3 : Enhancing our CRM
Arc 4 : Security, Versioning & Other
Arc 5 : Deploying our REST Service