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Nginx.conf walkthrough & tweaking [Episode 2]
 
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This episode explains some of the more important and tweakable options in nginx.conf I didn't go into full detail on how to tweak worker_connections because it takes a little bit of thinking and math. Here's my in-depth guide: https://scaleyourcode.com/blog/article/2
Views: 3977 Christophe Limpalair
How to install Nginx, PHP7, Mysql in Ubuntu 16.04
 
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Steps to install Nginx, PHP 7, Mysql 5 in ubuntu 16.04: Step 1: Install the Nginx Web Server sudo apt-get install nginx check the ngnix is start http://localhost Note: Nginx default use the 80 port, hence if you apache install then change the port for ngnix Step 2: Install MySQL sudo apt-get install mysql-server set password to the mysql Step 3: Install PHP sudo apt-get install php-fpm php-mysql Configure the PHP processor excute below command to edit php.ini sudo nano /etc/php/7.0/fpm/php.ini set parameter in PHP.ini cgi.fix_pathinfo=0 Run below command to restart the php-fpm sudo service php7.0-fpm restart Step 4: Configure Nginx to Use the PHP Edit below file: sudo nano /etc/nginx/sites-available/default add index.php file after index line and uncomment php code # pass the PHP scripts to FastCGI server listening on the php-fpm socket location ~ \.php$ { try_files $uri =404; fastcgi_pass unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock; fastcgi_index index.php; fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root$fastcgi_script_name; include fastcgi_params; } And restart the nginx using sudo service nginx restart Step 5: Create a PHP File to Test Configuration Create file in root directory sudo nano /var/www/html/info.php and put php tag and "phpinfo()" function Run file with browser as below http://localhost/info.php
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Nginx and Docker
 
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Recent versions of Docker include a simple DNS server for the discovery of containers, and the ability to scale up or down the number of containers running a particular service. Here’s how you can use nginx as a front-end to such a system. For more info see http://statusq.org/archives/2016/07/03/7691/ .
Server einrichten - X-XSS-Protection bei nginx
 
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In diesem Tutorial schauen wir uns den X-XSS-Protection-header an. ACHTUNG: HK-HOSTING EXISTIERT NICHT MEHR! Die Techniken ab Video 5 sind allerdings immer noch genauso gültig wie immer. Bei Fragen einfach schreiben. ❤❤❤ Früherer Zugang zu Tutorials, Abstimmungen, Live-Events und Downloads ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5322110 ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ Keinen Bock auf Patreon? ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ https://www.paypal.me/TheMorpheus ❤❤❤ 🌍 Website 🌍 https://the-morpheus.de ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Tritt der Community bei ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ** https://discord.gg/BnYZ8XS ** ** https://www.reddit.com/r/TheMorpheusTuts/ ** ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Mehr News? Mehr Code? ℱ https://www.facebook.com/themorpheustutorials 🐦 https://twitter.com/TheMorpheusTuts 🐙 https://github.com/TheMorpheus407/Tutorials Du bestellst bei Amazon? Bestell über mich, kostet dich null und du hilfst mir »-(¯`·.·´¯)-» http://amzn.to/2slBSgH Videowünsche? 🎁 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YPv8fFJOMRyyhUggK8phrx01OoYXZEovwDLdU4D4nkk/edit#gid=0 Fragen? Feedback? Schreib mir! ✉ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5322110 ✉ https://www.facebook.com/themorpheustutorials ✉ https://discord.gg/BnYZ8XS ✉ [email protected] oder schreib einfach ein Kommentar :)
Load Balancing Kubernetes Services with NGINX and NGINX Plus
 
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All demos are available on GitHub -- https://github.com/nginxinc/NGINX-Demos/tree/master/kubernetes-demo Michael Pleshakov, Platform Integration Engineer, NGINX, Inc. talks at nginx.conf 2016 on how to use NGINX and NGINX Plus as an external load balancer for Kubernetes services. He starts with a brief explanation of the various load balancing options available in Kubernetes and then focus on the Ingress API, which lets you configure external HTTP(S) load balancing. See how NGINX and NGINX Plus can be integrated with this API using an Ingress Controller developed by NGINX. You’ll learn how to deploy and configure the NGINX Ingress controller for several use cases: Content-based HTTP load balancing SSL termination WebSocket Session persistence This talk also covers monitoring and collecting logs from NGINX and NGINX Plus when running in Kubernetes. He shows how to extend the controller when your requirements go beyond what it offers. The talk concludes by explaining how to use NGINX and NGINX Plus to load balance TCP/UDP services.
Views: 13109 NGINX, Inc
How  to Install Nginx as a reverse proxy server in Docker
 
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http://littlebigextra.com/install-nginx-reverse-proxy-server-docker/ On a single docker host machine, we can run 100’s of containers and each container can be accessed by exposing a port on the host machine and binding it to the docker port. This is the most standard practice which is used and we use docker run command with -p option to bind docker port with and host machine port. Now if we have to do this with a couple of services this process might work well but if we had to cater a large number of containers, remembering port numbers and managing them could be a hurricane task. This problem can be dealt by installing Nginx, which is a reverse proxy server and directs the client requests to the appropriate docker container
Views: 7754 Little Big Extra
How to Create an HTTPS SSL Certificate on Nginx In Ubuntu 14.04
 
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Install a SSL Certificate from NameCheap.com or Godaddy.com to encrypt your website The TLS or the transport layer security also known as the SSL (Secured Sockets Layer) was the web protocols used to convert the website to the protected encrypted mode. Using this technology, servers can send traffic encrypted without the message being hacked by 3rd party. The certificate also hides the user identification when using the website. This tutorial, I will show you how to setup a SSL certificate with Nginx web server on Ubuntu 14.04. There will be cost $10 / per year for purchase of the certification. You can setup with self-certification but user will experience message like "do you trust this website" before moving forward. It is up to you that you want the public-certified one or the self-certified one. Before you get start, you want to make sure you have the tool like PuTTY or Eclipse ready for editing your file. But first, let do the simple part first: 1. Update the server and install the Nginx server. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nginx 2. Create the location of the certification that you want to save in the server sudo mkdir /etc/nginx/ssl 3. Got to the folder you just created and generate the local key for your certificate: openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout yourowndomain.key -out yourowndomain.csr openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout houseofunited.key -out houseofunited.csr Replace the yourowndomain to your own real domain name. openssl: This is the basic command line tool for creating and managing OpenSSL certificates, keys, and other files. req: This subcommand specifies that we want to use X.509 certificate signing request (CSR) management. The "X.509" is a public key infrastructure standard that SSL and TLS adheres to for its key and certificate management. We want to create a new X.509 cert, so we are using this subcommand. -x509: This further modifies the previous subcommand by telling the utility that we want to make a self-signed certificate instead of generating a certificate signing request, as would normally happen. -nodes: This tells OpenSSL to skip the option to secure our certificate with a passphrase. We need Nginx to be able to read the file, without user intervention, when the server starts up. A passphrase would prevent this from happening because we would have to enter it after every restart. -days 365: This option sets the length of time that the certificate will be considered valid. We set it for one year here. -newkey rsa:2048: This specifies that we want to generate a new certificate and a new key at the same time. We did not create the key that is required to sign the certificate in a previous step, so we need to create it along with the certificate. The rsa:2048 portion tells it to make an RSA key that is 2048 bits long. -keyout: This line tells OpenSSL where to place the generated private key file that we are creating. -out: This tells OpenSSL where to place the certificate that we are creating. As we stated above, these options will create both a key file and a certificate. We will be asked a few questions about our server in order to embed the information correctly in the certificate. You will be asking several questions, just answer those in the following example: Country Name (2 letter code) [AU]:US State or Province Name (full name) [Some-State]:New York Locality Name (eg, city) []:New York City Organization Name (eg, company) [Internet Widgits Pty Ltd]:Bouncy Castles, Inc. Organizational Unit Name (eg, section) []:Ministry of Water Slides Common Name (e.g. server FQDN or YOUR name) []:yourowndomain.com Email Address []:[email protected].com Both of the files you created will be placed in the /etc/nginx/ssl directory. Full description located here: https://allute.com/blog/our-blog-1/post/how-to-create-an-ssl-certificate-on-nginx-for-ubuntu-14-04-14 Please like and subscribe. Thank you very much. https://allute.com/ [email protected]
Views: 3898 侯鵬飛事工
Nginx vs Apache
 
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Nginx vs Apache Apache vs Nginx Apache is like Microsoft Word. It has a million options but you only need six. NGINX does those six things, and it does five of them 50 times faster than Apache. Apache and NGINX both have their place, and NGINX is clearly in the ascendency. Your requirements and experience might lead you to chose one or both, or even a different path. A monolithic architectural framework was sound practice when Apache was new and fresh, but app developers are finding that such an approach is no longer up to the task of delivering complex applications at the speed their businesses require. Microservice architecture is emerging as the wave of the future for web apps and sites, and NGINX is perfectly poised to assume its place in that architecture as the ideal application delivery platform for the modern Web
Views: 157 Abdulrhman Gamal
Configuring NGinX Web Server on Linux for free with Amazon Web Services (AWS) - Side Study
 
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Hello Students, warm wishes from side study. In this video, we will show you how you can configure your first server with Amazon Web Services. Firstly we will give you a little knowledge about Amazon Web Services also known as AWS. AWS is leading cloud service provider. It provides lots of managed cloud services to developers. To use their services you have to register your account with AWS. Also, you will get 12 months of free access to limited AWS resources. If your account is new and you are following our video, you will not be charged anything as we have used all the free tier eligible options in the video. But be alert, because changing any of the options will charge you bills. Here is the full explanation of the video: 1. Login to AWS management console at http://console.aws.amazon.com 2. Launch an ec2 instance as shown in video. Remeber if you are using free tier and don't want to pay for instance use consider using t2.micro. 3. Connect to your ec2-instance with help of putty. 4. Run following commands in order: a. sudo yum update b. sudo yum install nginx c. sudo service nginx start 5. Now these 4 commands has installed and started your server. 6. You can host your files in /usr/share/nginx/html
Views: 3179 Side Study
NGINX Fundamentals - Configuring Gzip
 
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A lesson from my NGINX Fundamentals course, explaining how to configure GZIP for better client-side performance. Get the full course: https://stackacademy.tv/nginx-fundamentals-special
Views: 1949 Stackacademy.tv
[Nginx] 2. how to install Nginx on ubuntu 18.04
 
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Nginx product releases are of two types: namely, stable (even version numbers) and mainline or development (odd version numbers). The “stable” versions are tried and tested versions. It consists of major bug fixes but no new features are added in the stable version. The “mainline” version includes new features and bug fixes and usually is good for testing future versions of the product. In our examples we will be using the stable version but the steps to implement and configure mainline version is the same. 1.Open terminal window and open the sources.list file using the command sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list 2.You can add the Nginx repository links at the bottom of the file. Scroll down to the very bottom of the file and add the two lines below : deb http://nginx.org/packages/ubuntu/ bionic nginx deb-src http://nginx.org/packages/ubuntu/ bionic nginx 3. Save the file. 4. Now you can download the package lists from the repositories and update them with the information for the newest versions of the packages and their dependencies. You can do that by typing the following command: sudo apt-get update 5.You will get the following error regarding the missing signature key. It is happening because gpg is trying to sign the nginx release and check its signature.But the signing key is missing on the server and hence gpg is not able to validate the nginx package: Reading package lists... Done W: GPG error: http://nginx.org trusty Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY ABF5BD827BD9BF62 6. Download and add the nginx signature key using the command below: # wget http://nginx.org/keys/nginx_signing.key # sudo apt-key add nginx_signing.key 7.Now try re-synchronizing the package index from the sources: #sudo apt-get update 8.Now that the package list is updated and indexed, you can install Nginx: # sudo apt-get install nginx 9. You can verify Nginx installed the version: # nginx –v Nginx Folder Structure It is important to understand how the Package Manager-based Nginx installation folder structure looks.It will help you to locate the configuration files if you want to make any configuration changes such as changing the user account under which Nginx process executes, enables, or disables mime types for your website; modify FastCGI execution parameters; identify the default document root and error logs directory;or understand where the error logs files and Nginx executable are . •You can get the complete list of all Nginx configuration details and its version by using the – V command option with nginx . Here is a sample output of the command: # nginx –V nginx version: nginx/1.8.0 built by gcc 4.8.2 20140120 (Red Hat 4.8.2-16) (GCC) built with OpenSSL 1.0.1e-fips 11 Feb 2013 TLS SNI support enabled configure arguments: --prefix=/etc/nginx --sbin-path=/usr/sbin/nginx --conf-path=/etc/nginx/nginx.conf --error-log-path=/var/log/nginx/error.log --http-log-path=/var/log/nginx/access.log --pid-path=/var/run/nginx.pid ... output trimmed ... The Package Manager-based installation installs Nginx under /etc/nginx directory. It installs all necessary configuration files like nginx.conf file , which has the web server configuration details. It has a mine.types and fastcgi_params file that contains all the mime types that are enabled on the web server and fastcgi configuration details. All these default configurations enable the Nginx server to start: # ls –F /etc/nginx/ conf.d/ koi-utf fastcgi_params koi-win mime.types nginx.conf scgi_params uwsgi_params win-utf •The Nginx executable nginx is located in the system executable directory /usr/sbin/nginx . Since it is executing using the root user, you will need to be a root user or need to do su or sudo to start or stop the process: # ls -l /usr/sbin/nginx -rwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 890992 Apr 21 21:06 /usr/sbin/nginx •By default, the document root directory is located at /usr/share/nginx/html/ . It consists of a sample index.html and 50x.html file. You can deploy your application in the same document root directory and Nginx will serve the content: # ls /usr/share/nginx/html/ 50x.html index.html • The default error files and HTTP logfiles are located at /var/log/nginx/ . By default, there are two files: access. log and error. log . You will have to implement some sort of log file rotation mechanism such that your logfiles don’t grow up too large. You will learn more about these files and its configuration details in chapter 10 . • Try Lynx to browse to the http://localhost and you should be presented with the default index page. (If you get an alert saying Unable to connect to remote host , simply start the Nginx server using systemctl start nginx ) : # lynx http://localhost
Views: 82 Linux Ubuntu
nginx + wilfly 10.0.0
 
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Views: 49 guendumiguel
Configure Varnish Cache with a NGINX web server
 
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This video goes over how to configure the Varnish Caching server when joined with NGINX (web server). Varnish can speed up the load times of your website by up to 1000x. It cache's HTTP data to create faster loading times. This also reduces load on your web servers. Subscribe if you want to see more!
Views: 10823 OpenGeek
Deploy your Laravel application on Cloud host nginx server
 
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How to deploy a Laravel application on NGINX SERVER? How to set file permission for live server? How to create a database using command line? How to create user using command line? How to grant access to a database?
Views: 109 How To
Building a Linux-Nginx-PHP Web Server in cloud VPS
 
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Learn how to setup a new virtual machine and install and configure Linux, nginx, php web server virtual machine on a cloud VPS provider (such as Vultr). See notes here - https://spinspire.com/article/lemp-drupal-server-vm-cloud
Views: 2330 SpinSpire
Load Balancing Containers in a Docker Swarm Cluster with NGINX and NGINX Plus
 
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Since release 1.12, Docker, with the integration of Docker Engine and Docker Swarm, Swarm Mode supports multi-host container orchestration, which simplifies deployment and management of containers across a cluster of Docker hosts. Load balancing is an essential part of any reliable high-performance web application. In this talk, NGINX's Rick Nelson gives an overview of the basic built-in load balancing options available in Docker Swarm Mode and discuss how to integrate NGINX and NGINX Plus with Docker Swarm Mode to provide an advanced load balancing solution for a Swarm cluster. He shows how to utilize the dynamic reconfiguration options available with NGINX Plus to make integration simpler.
Views: 11197 NGINX, Inc
How to Install NGINX on Debian and Ubuntu
 
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In this NGINX Official Tutorial, learn how to install NGINX on both the Ubuntu and Debian Linux operating systems, following best practices from NGINX. Learn more at http://bit.ly/2DSAVTT Music: Far Away - MK2 https://youtu.be/Krw642HTCgw
Views: 7348 NGINX, Inc
Setup Nginx + Laravel
 
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Lha, ternyata mudah banget setup Nginx dan Laravel :|
Views: 4061 KeepGeek
PHPNW16: Harald Zeitlhofer - Running PHP on NGINX - tips and tricks for high performance websites
 
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An increasing number of websites is based on the high speed HTTP server Nginx, which has already relegated Apache to second place in marketshare among the top 100k websites. Lightweight Nginx is very powerful in serving static content, but also commonly used as a reverse proxy or load balancer. Other than in Apache there is no loadable PHP module for Nginx, but it allows requests to be passed to the PHP Fast Process Manager via a fastcgi interface. But what is it that makes Nginx that fast? Is it a good idea to run PHP applications on Nginx? And what would it need to take full advantage of it? In this session we will talk about leveraging Nginx for high performance websites and proper settings for serving PHP requests efficiently.
Views: 430 PHPNW
NGINX + Virtuozzo = Love AND Performance | Virtuozzo
 
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Being a fast web server, NGINX is often used as a component that is run in virtualized environments (virtual machines or containers). Being the leading virtualization platform provider on the hosting market, Virtuozzo cares about performance and the density of services running on hosting infrastructure. In this session Pavel Emelyanov, Architect of Virtuozzo, shares their experience and measurements of running web services, especially NGINX, inside Virtuozzo containers. He shows what technologies are used in the Virtuozzo Containers product and how they enable hosting providers to offer their users higher density and higher performance of their services than other virtual solutions such as KVM or VMware.
Views: 247 NGINX, Inc
A New and Powerful Way to Configure NGINX, nginScript
 
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Igor Sysoev (CTO and Co-Founder at NGINX) shares the new world of options and flexibility that an embedded Javascript engine brings to NGINX. Many things that were once impossible in NGINX configuration files are now possible without building custom C modules or setting-up back-end application servers. See the power and possibilities adding a scripting language to NGINX opens up in the world of NGINX.
Views: 3730 NGINX, Inc
Ubuntu Rtmp Nginx Server install part 4
 
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Installing Nginx and Nginx-RTMP Install the tools required to compile Nginx and Nginx-RTMP from source. sudo apt-get install build-essential libpcre3 libpcre3-dev libssl-dev Make a working directory and switch to it. mkdir ~/working cd ~/working Download the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. wget http://nginx.org/download/nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz wget https://github.com/arut/nginx-rtmp-module/archive/master.zip Install the Unzip package. sudo apt-get install unzip Extract the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. tar -zxvf nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz unzip master.zip Switch to the Nginx directory. cd nginx-1.7.5 Add modules that Nginx will be compiled with. Nginx-RTMP is included. ./configure --with-http_ssl_module --add-module=../nginx-rtmp-module-master Compile and install Nginx with Nginx-RTMP. make sudo make install Install the Nginx init scripts. sudo wget https://raw.github.com/JasonGiedymin/nginx-init-ubuntu/master/nginx -O /etc/init.d/nginx sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/nginx sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults Start and stop Nginx to generate configuration files. sudo service nginx start sudo service nginx stop Installing FFmpeg Add the FFmpeg PPA. sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kirillshkrogalev/ffmpeg-next Update the package lists. sudo apt-get update Install FFmpeg. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Note: The apt-add-repository command may not be installed in some cases. To install it run sudo apt-get install software-properties-common. Configuring Nginx-RTMP and FFmpeg Open the Nginx configuration file. sudo nano /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf worker_processes auto; events { worker_connections 1024; } # RTMP configuration rtmp { server { listen 1935; # Listen on standard RTMP port chunk_size 4000; application show { live on; # Turn on HLS hls on; hls_path /mnt/hls/; hls_fragment 3; hls_playlist_length 60; # disable consuming the stream from nginx as rtmp deny play all; } } } http { sendfile off; tcp_nopush on; directio 512; default_type application/octet-stream; server { listen 8080; location / { # Disable cache add_header 'Cache-Control' 'no-cache'; # CORS setup add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*' always; add_header 'Access-Control-Expose-Headers' 'Content-Length'; # allow CORS preflight requests if ($request_method = 'OPTIONS') { add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*'; add_header 'Access-Control-Max-Age' 1728000; add_header 'Content-Type' 'text/plain charset=UTF-8'; add_header 'Content-Length' 0; return 204; } types { application/dash+xml mpd; application/vnd.apple.mpegurl m3u8; video/mp2t ts; } root /mnt/; } } }
Views: 158 Magic Koala
Configure a proxy for your API calls with Angular CLI
 
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During development, you often end up in the situation where you have your backend API server running at one address (i.e. localhost:3000) while your frontend development server runs on another (i.e. localhost:4200). In this video we will learn how to configure your Angular CLI setup to get the best development experience, by proxying your API calls to the correct backend server.
Views: 46007 Juri Strumpflohner
NGINX and IoT: Adding Protocol Awareness for MQTT
 
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Speaker: Liam Crilly, Director of Product Management, NGINX, Inc. In this presentation, Liam Crilly from NGINX will give a detailed overview of the problem the team set out to solve for HiveMQ around security and load balancing. To improve IoT security, it is best practice to use TLS to encrypt the MQTT data passing between clients and upstream servers. We will look in depth at how NGINX Plus can be used to easily offload this process facilitating the encrypted transport. We will look at how an additional layer of security using client certificate authentication and a powerful scripting language called nginScript can be used to harden an MQTT deployment and in turn ensuring that messages are received are from a trusted and genuine device. Lastly, we set out to solve an issue of application persistence in an internet facing production deployment. In many cases IoT devices are connecting over the internet and building a session based on their IP address becomes unreliable, for this the session is identified by the clientId provided by the client on connection establishment. We will showcase how nginScript is used to extract this unique client identifier from the initial connection passing through NGINX Plus and in turn is used to build a sticky session to the backend server. This solution has been implemented and in turn helped solve issues around security hardening, offloading of TLS encryption of the MQTT transport and has allowed the implantation of a platform agnostic approach to proxying and load balancing within the applications infrastructure. Additional Details: MQTT is a lightweight, open and scalable protocol that was originally published in 1999 for communication with remote oil fields. It was updated for IoT use cases in 2013 and has since become one of the top protocols of choice for many IoT deployments. With the increased production IoT deployments and the staggering amount of devices connecting to MQTT brokers, the demand for a high performant load balancer with advanced functionality is more than ever a critical factor to the success of their implementation. Learn more about NGINX: http://bit.ly/2wCoSSL Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2xktd0r Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xcdZeM
Views: 1197 NGINX, Inc
How to set up NGINX on a Debian or Ubuntu VPS
 
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How To Install Nginx on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Find more tips and guides at: - Website: http://anzict.com/ - Youtube: https://youtube.com/c/AnzictFC - Google+: https://plus.google.com/+AnzictFC - Twitter: https://twitter.com/anzict - Facebook: https://facebook.com/anzict Introduction Nginx is one of the most popular web servers in the world and is responsible for hosting some of the largest and highest-traffic sites on the internet. It is more resource-friendly than Apache in most cases and can be used as a web server or a reverse proxy. In this guide, we'll discuss how to get Nginx installed on your Ubuntu 14.04 server. Prerequisites Before you begin this guide, you should have a regular, non-root user with sudo privileges configured on your server. You can learn how to configure a regular user account by following steps 1-4 in our initial server setup guide for Ubuntu 14.04. When you have an account available, log in as your non-root user to begin. Step One — Install Nginx We can install Nginx easily because the Ubuntu team provides an Nginx package in its default repositories. Since this is our first interaction with the apt packaging system in this session, we should update our local package index before we begin so that we are using the most up-to-date information. Afterwards, we will install nginx: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nginx You will probably be prompted for your user's password. Enter it to confirm that you wish to complete the installation. The appropriate software will be downloaded to your server and then automatically installed. Step Two — Check your Web Server In Ubuntu 14.04, by default, Nginx automatically starts when it is installed. You can access the default Nginx landing page to confirm that the software is running properly by visiting your server's domain name or public IP address in your web browser. If you do not have a domain name set up for your server, you can learn how to set up a domain with DigitalOcean here. If you do not have a spare domain name, or have no need for one, you can use your server's public IP address. If you do not know your server's IP address, you can get it a few different ways from the command line. Try typing this at your server's command prompt: ip addr show eth0 | grep inet | awk '{ print $2; }' | sed 's/\/.*$//' You will get back one or two lines. You can try each in your web browser to see if they work. An alternative is typing this, which should give you your public IP address as seen from another location on the internet: curl http://icanhazip.com When you have your servers IP address or domain, enter it into your browser's address bar: http://server_domain_name_or_IP You should see the default Nginx landing page, which should look something like this: Nginx default page This is the default page included with Nginx to show you that the server is installed correctly. Step Three — Manage the Nginx Process Now that you have your web server up and running, we can go over some basic management commands. To stop your web server, you can type: sudo service nginx stop To start the web server when it is stopped, type: sudo service nginx start To stop and then start the service again, type: sudo service nginx restart We can make sure that our web server will restart automatically when the server is rebooted by typing: sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults This should already be enabled by default, so you may see a message like this: System start/stop links for /etc/init.d/nginx already exist. This just means that it was already configured correctly and that no action was necessary. Either way, your Nginx service is now configured to start up at boot time. By Justin Ellingwood ANZ ICT channel -The world technology in your hand! ANZICT is short for Information and Communication Technology from A to Z, was found in 2012 by a group of who’d love mobile & internet technology. We aim to bring to visitors/users useful knowledge and experiences by many articles of product review (Mobile review, smartphone review, tablet review, laptop review) and update the latest of technology news as well as tips and tricks sharing. Subscribe to our channel if this video is useful for you! Playlists: - Tips and Trick: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iOnwyiQ6zB-9DawHm8l4x2I - Webmaster: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iNB-EnT_09WebAHXczr5vjY - Make Money: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iNdC41o0AfC3hOfNdT5U-7w - Product Review: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iNiTIPmMc7EQsdLM9wLHN-9 - Science and Technology: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iNDwQ_TaOqcTHPy9W5k_xsH - Relax and Bonus: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUZlw32m08iPOBuD7GqMLffnlmyLd2bwx
Views: 113 ANZ ICT
Understanding Hosting Options and Setting up our VPS to Deploy Laravel App
 
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Understanding different hosting options and setting up our VPS to deploy our Laravel Application. Hosting options are Shared Hosting, Dedicated servers, Virtual Private Servers, and PAAS (Platform as a Service). Read the Full Ultimate Guide here: http://devmarketer.io/learn/deploy-laravel-5-app-lemp-stack-ubuntu-nginx/ SCROLL DOWN to get Coupons for Free reliable Server hosting Coming Up: Installing our technology stack on our server. LEMP stacks include Linux, Engine-X, MySQL, and PHP. --- DEALS --- I personally recommend Vultr for hosting your Virtual Private Server because of their speed and support. These servers are blazing fast and easy to set up. I will be using Vultr in these tutorials. Get $20 free credit from Vultr: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/vultr Get $10 free credit from DigitalOcean: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/digitalocean --- MORE FROM THIS SERIES --- Introduction: https://youtu.be/5Y4STYfvpk4 Part 1 - Hosting and VPS Set-Up: https://youtu.be/gD53Qz3vSrU Part 2a - Installing LEMP Technology Stack: https://youtu.be/Jn-pVupm1Jc Part 2b - Installing LAMP Technology Stack: Coming Soon Part 3 - Server-side Git Setup: https://youtu.be/NFsIuTFd6bA Part 4 - Configuring Laravel on our Server: https://youtu.be/WNNHfl6vXQU Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwAKR305CRO_WMJAJxGz6UCViQyAjdjgo — DEVMARKETER INSIDER — Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider - A weekly (once a week) email newsletter to fans that want to know everything that is happening with DevMarketer, including announcements and articles not published on this channel. No spam ever, I promise, unsubscribe anytime. https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 --- FOLLOW ME --- Subscribe for New Releases! Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) --- QUESTIONS? --- Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me [email protected] Thanks for all your support!
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Ubuntu Rtmp Nginx Server install part 3
 
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Installing Nginx and Nginx-RTMP Install the tools required to compile Nginx and Nginx-RTMP from source. sudo apt-get install build-essential libpcre3 libpcre3-dev libssl-dev Make a working directory and switch to it. mkdir ~/working cd ~/working Download the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. wget http://nginx.org/download/nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz wget https://github.com/arut/nginx-rtmp-module/archive/master.zip Install the Unzip package. sudo apt-get install unzip Extract the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. tar -zxvf nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz unzip master.zip Switch to the Nginx directory. cd nginx-1.7.5 Add modules that Nginx will be compiled with. Nginx-RTMP is included. ./configure --with-http_ssl_module --add-module=../nginx-rtmp-module-master Compile and install Nginx with Nginx-RTMP. make sudo make install Install the Nginx init scripts. sudo wget https://raw.github.com/JasonGiedymin/nginx-init-ubuntu/master/nginx -O /etc/init.d/nginx sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/nginx sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults Start and stop Nginx to generate configuration files. sudo service nginx start sudo service nginx stop Installing FFmpeg Add the FFmpeg PPA. sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kirillshkrogalev/ffmpeg-next Update the package lists. sudo apt-get update Install FFmpeg. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Note: The apt-add-repository command may not be installed in some cases. To install it run sudo apt-get install software-properties-common. Configuring Nginx-RTMP and FFmpeg Open the Nginx configuration file. sudo nano /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf worker_processes auto; events { worker_connections 1024; } # RTMP configuration rtmp { server { listen 1935; # Listen on standard RTMP port chunk_size 4000; application show { live on; # Turn on HLS hls on; hls_path /mnt/hls/; hls_fragment 3; hls_playlist_length 60; # disable consuming the stream from nginx as rtmp deny play all; } } } http { sendfile off; tcp_nopush on; directio 512; default_type application/octet-stream; server { listen 8080; location / { # Disable cache add_header 'Cache-Control' 'no-cache'; # CORS setup add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*' always; add_header 'Access-Control-Expose-Headers' 'Content-Length'; # allow CORS preflight requests if ($request_method = 'OPTIONS') { add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*'; add_header 'Access-Control-Max-Age' 1728000; add_header 'Content-Type' 'text/plain charset=UTF-8'; add_header 'Content-Length' 0; return 204; } types { application/dash+xml mpd; application/vnd.apple.mpegurl m3u8; video/mp2t ts; } root /mnt/; } } }
Views: 223 Magic Koala
Rahul Bansal - EasyEngine (CLI tool to Easily Manage WordPress Sites on Nginx)
 
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EasyEngine (CLI tool to Easily Manage WordPress Sites on Nginx) by Rahul Bansal at WordCamp Mumbai 2014
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Ubuntu Rtmp Nginx Server install part 1
 
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Installing Nginx and Nginx-RTMP Install the tools required to compile Nginx and Nginx-RTMP from source. sudo apt-get install build-essential libpcre3 libpcre3-dev libssl-dev Make a working directory and switch to it. mkdir ~/working cd ~/working Download the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. wget http://nginx.org/download/nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz wget https://github.com/arut/nginx-rtmp-module/archive/master.zip Install the Unzip package. sudo apt-get install unzip Extract the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. tar -zxvf nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz unzip master.zip Switch to the Nginx directory. cd nginx-1.7.5 Add modules that Nginx will be compiled with. Nginx-RTMP is included. ./configure --with-http_ssl_module --add-module=../nginx-rtmp-module-master Compile and install Nginx with Nginx-RTMP. make sudo make install Install the Nginx init scripts. sudo wget https://raw.github.com/JasonGiedymin/nginx-init-ubuntu/master/nginx -O /etc/init.d/nginx sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/nginx sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults Start and stop Nginx to generate configuration files. sudo service nginx start sudo service nginx stop Installing FFmpeg Add the FFmpeg PPA. sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kirillshkrogalev/ffmpeg-next Update the package lists. sudo apt-get update Install FFmpeg. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Note: The apt-add-repository command may not be installed in some cases. To install it run sudo apt-get install software-properties-common. Configuring Nginx-RTMP and FFmpeg Open the Nginx configuration file. sudo nano /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf worker_processes auto; events { worker_connections 1024; } # RTMP configuration rtmp { server { listen 1935; # Listen on standard RTMP port chunk_size 4000; application show { live on; # Turn on HLS hls on; hls_path /mnt/hls/; hls_fragment 3; hls_playlist_length 60; # disable consuming the stream from nginx as rtmp deny play all; } } } http { sendfile off; tcp_nopush on; directio 512; default_type application/octet-stream; server { listen 8080; location / { # Disable cache add_header 'Cache-Control' 'no-cache'; # CORS setup add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*' always; add_header 'Access-Control-Expose-Headers' 'Content-Length'; # allow CORS preflight requests if ($request_method = 'OPTIONS') { add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*'; add_header 'Access-Control-Max-Age' 1728000; add_header 'Content-Type' 'text/plain charset=UTF-8'; add_header 'Content-Length' 0; return 204; } types { application/dash+xml mpd; application/vnd.apple.mpegurl m3u8; video/mp2t ts; } root /mnt/; } } }
Views: 573 Magic Koala
Introduction to Angular CLI Part 5 - Deploying your application to a remote server
 
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In this video we'll look at what build options Angular CLI gives us and assess 2 different deployment strategies to understand how easy it is to get our project on to a remote server. --- Music by DOCTOR VOX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkY3Ek9VPtg
Views: 19134 Hashtag Coder
Deploying Flask Apps to an Ubuntu Server
 
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If you have an Ubuntu server somewhere out there, I'll show you how to install the tools necessary to run Flask apps. I wouldn't recommend this path, but it's good to know if you're curious. Nginx:http://nginx.org/en/ Gunicorn: http://gunicorn.org/ Web Development Courses: https://prettyprinted.com Flask Cheatsheet: https://prettyprinted.com/flaskcheatsheet Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-QDfvrRIDB6F0bIO4I4HkQ?sub_confirmation= Twitter: https://twitter.com/pretty_printed Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prettyprintedtutorials/ Github: https://github.com/prettyprinted Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pretty_printed Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+PrettyPrintedTutorials
Views: 27584 Pretty Printed
Docker Swarm and NGINX - A Practical Introduction to Docker Native Swarm
 
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Here is a quick demonstration on Docker Swarm getting started. Here are the commands I have used for this. For 1:1 Online Training please visit http://www.schogini.com/online/ docker-machine create --driver virtualbox manager1 docker-machine ls docker-machine create --driver virtualbox worker1 docker-machine create --driver virtualbox worker2 docker-machine ls We have created the three vms Get into the manager node docker-machine ssh manager1 docker swarm init --advertise-addr 192.168.99.100 Now on to the worker nodes docker-machine ssh worker1 docker swarm join --token SWMTKN-1-2mk0akcfd6z66izhekap0ajhrf2p6398sqg3y1x8hngwxb3aap-dzfc4urwpuelj22fbdndxnhbt 192.168.99.100:2377 docker-machine ssh worker2 docker swarm join --token SWMTKN-1-2mk0akcfd6z66izhekap0ajhrf2p6398sqg3y1x8hngwxb3aap-dzfc4urwpuelj22fbdndxnhbt 192.168.99.100:2377 Now we need to get into the manager node for all our remaining docker swarm commands! [MANAGER NODE] docker node ls docker service create \ --name mynginx \ --publish 8080:80 \ --replicas 3 \ nginx docker service ls docker service ps mynginx Browse the server http://192.168.99.100:8080/ In order to confirm whihc nginx container is server let us make some changes to the index.html file in each of our node conatiners. [MANAGER NODE] we need to know the container ID using docker ps and use docker exec to get in docker exec -ti [CONTAINER_ID] bin/bash # echo "Server file served from Manager Node..." /usr/share/nginx/html/index.html Let us repeat this on the other two worker nodes. Let us browse and see which one is being served http://192.168.99.100:8080/ Ok this page is from the manager nodes ngnx conatiner. Let us drain this node from the service Sorry I am inside the container, let me exit to get back to the manager node prompt. [MANAGER NODE] docker service ps mynginx we have three nodes in our nginx service, let us drain the manager node from this. docker node update --availability drain manager1 docker service ps mynginx yes it has been removed. Now let us refresh and see, yes now work1 is being served. We could also scale down or up the number of nodes in a docker swarm service. example.. $ docker service scale mynginx=2 $ docker service ps mynginx Also docker swarm built in load balancer will auto route the incoming requests to the containers. Let us refresh and see. Instead of worker 1 now worker 2 is serving the page. Finally in order to clean up our experiements all we need to do is to docker-machine rm manager1 worker1 worker2 All the three machines have been removed... yes our ssh session have terminated as well. Hope you like this docker swarm quick demo and please feel free give your valuable feedbacks. Thank you!
Views: 2337 DevOpsGuru
DrupalCon Barcelona 2015: How to setup Nginx/Varnish Full Page Caching for Drupal
 
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I will explain how to setup Nginx/Varnish Full Page Caching for Drupal. In this presentation I’ll explain the principles of full page caching and how to configure your Drupal sites and servers to take advantage of the Nginx/Varnish caching capabilities. The presentation will cover the following in details: 1. Core principles of full page caching. Why full page caching is needed and what it can do for you. 2. How to configure your servers to use Nginx/Varnish full page caching capabilities. 3. How to configure your Drupal sites to “talk” to the reverse proxy servers to invalidate the cache automatically. During the presentation I’ll also reveal some of the Nginx configuration that we use at SiteGround for our Drupal SuperCacher. The Drupal Nginx reverse proxy module that we’re using will also be briefly presented.
Views: 881 Drupal Association
How to Install Laravel with Nginx Web Server on Ubuntu 16
 
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Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web framework, created by Taylor Otwell and intended for the development of web applications following the model–view–controller (MVC) architectural pattern.
Deploy Laravel on Digital Ocean | Install LEMP stack on Ubuntu server #3
 
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Deploy Laravel Project on DigitalOcean and set up PHP, Nginx, Mysql and Git via SSH Install PHP nginx mysql git on server Read this as a Article at for codes : https://goo.gl/N1EGQG Get DigitalOcean $10 bonus : https://m.do.co/c/a3a47da9b9a8 Become My Patron here https://goo.gl/NcvDQh You can donate any amount via Paypal follow this link https://goo.gl/JhWsKC ============================================== Deploy Laravel on Digital Ocean Full series: 1. Log Into Server via SSH ? https://youtu.be/hlZk0BkX6XY 2. Coming Soon ============================================== Join Our Slack Community - https://goo.gl/pqCjZH --You May Also Like -- Real Time Chat Series - https://goo.gl/ri42FD Git ans Github series - https://goo.gl/BXyPxf Blog with Admin panel Series - https://goo.gl/S5JGyt Laravel Authentication Series: Multi Auth - https://goo.gl/TyCLlX Vue Beginner To advanced Series - https://goo.gl/1bjdGg Sublime Text Best Package Series - https://goo.gl/6phTPP Laravel Ajax Todo Project - https://goo.gl/p2xTPW Laravel 5.4 Full Beginner Playlist - https://goo.gl/zpKzhM Laravel 5.3 Hindi Beginner Tutorials - https://goo.gl/Kb3ikd Full Playlist for the "Laravel 5.3 Hindi Beginner Tutorials" Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe30vg_FG4OS38IkXcimlq7bI1mzD8wB- ==================FOLLOW ME ================== Subscribe for New Releases! Twitter - https://twitter.com/bitfumes Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Bitfumes/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bitfumes/ (ask me questions!) --- QUESTIONS? --- Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me [email protected] Thanks for all your support! LARAVEL 5.4 Tutorial | Cara Instal LARAVEL 5,4 dari awal Part 1 | Bitfumes Laravel 5.4 Tutorial | Come installare laravel 5,4 da zero Parte 1 | Bitfumes -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Laravel 5.4 Tutorial | Email From Server (Godaddy) #3 | Part 26 | Bitfumes" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQqJUypWctU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- que es api ما هو أبي o que é api
Views: 2335 Bitfumes Webnologies
Setting Up LEMP Stack (Ngnix and Ubuntu 16) on VPS to Deploy Laravel App
 
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How to install LEMP stack on a Virtual Private Server (Digital Ocean and Vultr) for Laravel 5 app deployment. In this part we install Linux, Nginx, Mysql, and PHP. Configuring the Nginx server and PHP FPM is also shown in this tutorial. Read the Full Ultimate Guide here: http://devmarketer.io/learn/deploy-laravel-5-app-lemp-stack-ubuntu-nginx/ SCROLL DOWN to get Coupons for Free reliable Server hosting Coming Up: Setting Git up on the server side and configuring the hooks so we can zero downtime deploy to our server from local computer. --- DEALS --- I personally recommend Vultr for hosting your Virtual Private Server because of their speed and support. These servers are blazing fast and easy to set up. I will be using Vultr in these tutorials. Get $20 free credit from Vultr: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/vultr Get $10 free credit from DigitalOcean: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/digitalocean --- MORE FROM THIS SERIES --- Introduction: https://youtu.be/5Y4STYfvpk4 Part 1 - Hosting and VPS Set-Up: https://youtu.be/gD53Qz3vSrU Part 2a - Installing LEMP Technology Stack: https://youtu.be/Jn-pVupm1Jc Part 2b - Installing LAMP Technology Stack: Coming Soon Part 3 - Server-side Git Setup: https://youtu.be/NFsIuTFd6bA Part 4 - Configuring Laravel on our Server: https://youtu.be/WNNHfl6vXQU Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwAKR305CRO_WMJAJxGz6UCViQyAjdjgo — DEVMARKETER INSIDER — Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider - A weekly (once a week) email newsletter to fans that want to know everything that is happening with DevMarketer, including announcements and articles not published on this channel. No spam ever, I promise, unsubscribe anytime. https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 --- FOLLOW ME --- Subscribe for New Releases! Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) --- QUESTIONS? --- Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me [email protected] Thanks for all your support!
Views: 22125 DevMarketer
Elastic Beanstalk Features & Config | Amazon Web Services BASICS
 
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Elastic Beanstalk is a great service to get your web application into the web. It can be intimidating if you look at all the config items and its features though. This video helps you through the jungle of configurations and explains how you can start and grow with Elastic Beanstalk. Want to learn AWS Serverless apps? Dive into my complete introduction for only $13: https://www.udemy.com/aws-serverless-a-complete-introduction/?couponCode=YOUTUBE_1 Dive into the EB CLI: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/eb-cli3.html Other useful AWS Articles: - Getting Started: https://aws.amazon.com/getting-started - Infrastructure: https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/global-infrastructure - Pricing: https://aws.amazon.com/pricing Want to become a frontend developer? Consider diving into some of my courses on Udemy: Angular vs React vs Vue - Quickstart and Comparison for $12: https://www.udemy.com/angular-reactjs-vuejs-quickstart-comparison/?couponCode=YOUTUBE_PROMO Ionic 2 - The Practical Guide for only $15: https://www.udemy.com/ionic-2-the-practical-guide-to-building-ios-android-apps/?couponCode=GETINTOIT Angular - The Complete Guide for only $15, too: https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-guide-to-angular-2/?couponCode=YOUTUBE_2 Vue.js 2 - The Complete Guide for only $15: https://www.udemy.com/vuejs-2-the-complete-guide/?couponCode=YOUTUBE_VUE Want to get some 1-on-1 coaching with experienced developers? Have a look at Savvy: https://www.savvy.is/?ref=9fee2b (Discount Code 9fee2b) You can follow me on Twitter (@maxedapps), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/academindchannel/) or visit our Website (https://www.academind.com). See you in the videos!
Views: 15051 Academind
Ubuntu Rtmp Nginx Server install part 2
 
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Installing Nginx and Nginx-RTMP Install the tools required to compile Nginx and Nginx-RTMP from source. sudo apt-get install build-essential libpcre3 libpcre3-dev libssl-dev Make a working directory and switch to it. mkdir ~/working cd ~/working Download the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. wget http://nginx.org/download/nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz wget https://github.com/arut/nginx-rtmp-module/archive/master.zip Install the Unzip package. sudo apt-get install unzip Extract the Nginx and Nginx-RTMP source. tar -zxvf nginx-1.7.5.tar.gz unzip master.zip Switch to the Nginx directory. cd nginx-1.7.5 Add modules that Nginx will be compiled with. Nginx-RTMP is included. ./configure --with-http_ssl_module --add-module=../nginx-rtmp-module-master Compile and install Nginx with Nginx-RTMP. make sudo make install Install the Nginx init scripts. sudo wget https://raw.github.com/JasonGiedymin/nginx-init-ubuntu/master/nginx -O /etc/init.d/nginx sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/nginx sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults Start and stop Nginx to generate configuration files. sudo service nginx start sudo service nginx stop Installing FFmpeg Add the FFmpeg PPA. sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kirillshkrogalev/ffmpeg-next Update the package lists. sudo apt-get update Install FFmpeg. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Note: The apt-add-repository command may not be installed in some cases. To install it run sudo apt-get install software-properties-common. Configuring Nginx-RTMP and FFmpeg Open the Nginx configuration file. sudo nano /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf worker_processes auto; events { worker_connections 1024; } # RTMP configuration rtmp { server { listen 1935; # Listen on standard RTMP port chunk_size 4000; application show { live on; # Turn on HLS hls on; hls_path /mnt/hls/; hls_fragment 3; hls_playlist_length 60; # disable consuming the stream from nginx as rtmp deny play all; } } } http { sendfile off; tcp_nopush on; directio 512; default_type application/octet-stream; server { listen 8080; location / { # Disable cache add_header 'Cache-Control' 'no-cache'; # CORS setup add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*' always; add_header 'Access-Control-Expose-Headers' 'Content-Length'; # allow CORS preflight requests if ($request_method = 'OPTIONS') { add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*'; add_header 'Access-Control-Max-Age' 1728000; add_header 'Content-Type' 'text/plain charset=UTF-8'; add_header 'Content-Length' 0; return 204; } types { application/dash+xml mpd; application/vnd.apple.mpegurl m3u8; video/mp2t ts; } root /mnt/; } } }
Views: 182 Magic Koala
Configuring Laravel on our Server for Deploying a Laravel 5 App
 
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How to configure Laravel on your server and setting the correct permissions. Read the Full Ultimate Guide here: http://devmarketer.io/learn/deploy-laravel-5-app-lemp-stack-ubuntu-nginx/ --- DEALS --- I personally recommend Vultr for hosting your Virtual Private Server because of their speed and support. These servers are blazing fast and easy to set up. I will be using Vultr in these tutorials. Get $20 free credit from Vultr: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/vultr Get $10 free credit from DigitalOcean: http://devmarketer.io/recommends/digitalocean --- MORE FROM THIS SERIES --- Introduction: https://youtu.be/5Y4STYfvpk4 Part 1 - Hosting and VPS Set-Up: https://youtu.be/gD53Qz3vSrU Part 2a - Installing LEMP Technology Stack: https://youtu.be/Jn-pVupm1Jc Part 2b - Installing LAMP Technology Stack: Coming Soon Part 3 - Server-side Git Setup: https://youtu.be/NFsIuTFd6bA Part 4 - Configuring Laravel on our Server: https://youtu.be/WNNHfl6vXQU Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwAKR305CRO_WMJAJxGz6UCViQyAjdjgo — DEVMARKETER INSIDER — Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider - A weekly (once a week) email newsletter to fans that want to know everything that is happening with DevMarketer, including announcements and articles not published on this channel. No spam ever, I promise, unsubscribe anytime. https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 --- FOLLOW ME --- Subscribe for New Releases! Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) --- QUESTIONS? --- Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me [email protected] Thanks for all your support!
Views: 29306 DevMarketer
Docker Compose in 12 Minutes
 
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Learn how to use Docker Compose to run multi-container applications easily. This is the second video in this Docker series. Learn Docker in 12 Minutes: https://youtu.be/YFl2mCHdv24 Deploy Docker Containers with Docker Cloud https://youtu.be/F82K07NmRpk Source code https://github.com/jakewright/tutorials/tree/master/docker/02-docker-compose Support this channel at https://www.patreon.com/jakewright ---------------------------------------- MORE TUTORIALS Learn HTML in 12 Minutes: https://youtu.be/bWPMSSsVdPk Learn CSS in 12 Minutes: https://youtu.be/0afZj1G0BIE Learn JavaScript in 12 Minutes: https://youtu.be/Ukg_U3CnJWI Learn PHP in 15 Minutes: https://youtu.be/ZdP0KM49IVk ---------------------------------------- I deploy Docker containers to a Digital Ocean VPS. Get $10 credit with this link: https://m.do.co/c/791d593997b2 ---------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jaketvee TWITTER http://twitter.com/jakewrightuk FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/jakewrightuk INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/jakewrightuk SNAPCHAT jakewrightuk http://jakewright.net
Views: 260916 Jake Wright
Putting a UI around Docker with Portainer
 
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Get to know everything about Docker and become a Docker Master! [Online Course]: http://bit.ly/dckrcrs In the Docker world, most of what we do happens in the CLI, but what if I told you, you can easily slap a UI around all of that. In this demo we'll use play-with-docker again to set up a Docker Swarm and launch the voting app from scratch entirely through the Portainer UI. Subscribe to our container newsletter: https://upscri.be/e7bdfd/ Read more: https://cntnr.io/putting-a-ui-around-docker-with-portainer-c8ba07874f9d Portainer: http://portainer.io/ Play With Docker: http://play-with-docker.com/ Play with Docker presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku8MHoJXlRg Docker example vote app: https://github.com/docker/example-voting-app
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2 PC Streaming Setup - Lag Free Stream without Capture Card
 
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DEPRECATED! USE NDI INSTEAD: https://youtu.be/SEJPEFu4JUg In-depth tutorial on how to stream with two computers over Lan without a capture card. Best stream setup for streaming with no lag while playing! OPEN THE DESCRIPTION FOR FURTHER INFO!!! Download NGINX Server here: https://goo.gl/l8Vg0m Crossover Ethernet cables: https://goo.gl/rgZMta USB3 - RJ45 adapters: https://goo.gl/jaoziN Background image: https://hdqwalls.com/download/2048x1152/counter-strike-global-offensive Step 1: 3:25 - Connect the computers over crossover-ethernet 1. Connect your router to your primary Ethernet adapter on your gaming PC 2. Connect your streaming PC via a crossover Ethernet to your gaming PC Step 2: 3:38 - Setup Ethernet adapters on gaming PC 1. Go to Ethernet adapters by rick-clicking on your internet connections → Open Network and Sharing Center → IMPORTANT: YOU MUST JOIN A HOMEGROUP WITH YOUR PRIMARY INTERNET CONNECTION!! → Then click on "Change Adapter Settings" 2. Share the connection of your primary Ethernet adapter by right-clicking on primary adapter → Properties → Sharing → Enable Sharing and specify adapter which is connected to the stream PC 3. Set an IP address for your secondary Ethernet adapter outside of the range of your primary adapter, i.e. 192.168.137.1 by right-clicking on secondary adapter → Properties → Internet protocoll version 4 4. Set Subnet mask (i.e. 255.255.255.0) and DNS Server (i.e. 192.168.0.1). These should match the status from your primary adapter! Step 3: 6:00 - Test internet connection on stream PC 1. Obtain IP and DNS Server automatically 2. Write down IP address of stream PC Step 4: 7:04 - Setup NGINX RTMP server on stream PC 1. Download and run NGINX server Step 5: 7:56 - Setup OBS on gaming PC 1. NVENC @ 25000-50000 kbps bitrate 2. Custom streaming service 3. FMS URL: rtmp://"IP_OF_STREAM_PC"/live 4. Stream key: 1080 5. NVENC Preset "High Performance Low Latency" Step 6: 10:24 - Use Video Source Plugin to import stream to OBS on streaming PC: https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/video-source-plugin.20/ 1. Rightclick under sources in OBS 2. Add "Video Source" 3. Enter: rtmp://"IP_OF_STREAM_PC"/live/1080 (live is the NGINX application and 1080 the stream key from the first OBS session) 4. Click the plus icon to add the stream address Step 7: 11:08 - Setup OBS on stream PC 1. x264 @ 3500 kbps (depending on your upload speed) 2. Preset "veryfast" or better (depending on your PC) My PC Setup: 1st PC i7-3770k @ 4.5 GHz, 32 GB RAM, GTX-980 (gaming) 2nd PC AMD Phenom II X4 965 B.E. @ 3.8 GHz, 16 GB RAM, GTX-680 (streaming) Original tutorial by the helping squad: https://goo.gl/FJd7xk ✐ Icons: http://goo.gl/zAutdI & http://goo.gl/hmIHiz Thumbnail image: http://goo.gl/pXtYg3 🛒 My PC Setup: https://goo.gl/qX66gc 🎵 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com 🏬 G2A Store: https://www.g2a.com/r/speedbre4ker 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Speedbre4ker 📺 Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/speedbre4ker 🎧 Discord: https://discord.gg/tV4JVF2 😀 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/speedbre4ker
Views: 266275 Speedbre4ker
How to Install Laravel with an Nginx Web Server on Ubuntu 14
 
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Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web framework, created by Taylor Otwell and intended for the development of web applications following the model–view–controller (MVC) architectural pattern.
CentOS Nginx Installer (LEMP web stack) - Centmin Mod 1.2.3-eva2000.08 beta install
 
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Centminmod.com .08 beta one line install for LEMP stack - Nginx, PHP-FPM, MariaDB 10 MySQL + CSF Firewall on CentOS 7.0 64bit Timestamps - Centmin Mod Installation Completed at 1:57 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=eojCgo2iI0s#t=117 - Add new Nginx vhost menu option 2 at 4:45 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=eojCgo2iI0s#t=285 - Centmin Mod command shortcut examples at 7:07 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=eojCgo2iI0s#t=427 - PHP 5.6.6 (PHP-FPM) upgrade via centmin.sh menu option 5 at 9:31 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=eojCgo2iI0s#t=571 - PHP 5.6.6 upgrade completion at 12:25 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=eojCgo2iI0s#t=745 - PHP http://centminmod.com/ https://community.centminmod.com/threads/new-centmin-mod-one-liner-install-testing.2488/
From Containers to Service Mesh | Microservices & The Proxy War
 
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Learn about the evolution of the microservices stack in this video clip from NGINX, Istio, and the Move to Microservices and Service Mesh. NGINX is widely known, used, and trusted for a variety of purposes. NGINX works as a reliable, high-performance web server, reverse proxy server, and load balancer. NGINX is also a widely used microservices hub, an Ingress controller for Kubernetes, and a sidecar proxy in the Istio service mesh. In this webinar http://bit.ly/2HfoM9a, we describe the move to microservices, the crucial role that NGINX has already played, and a range of architectural options that organizations have for their microservices apps, including three progressively complex models in the NGINX Microservices Reference Architecture. We’ll then introduce the emergence of Kubernetes as a container orchestration framework, the use of service mesh architectures, and the design of Istio. We’ll finish by showing how NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus can be used as the sidecar proxy in an Istio service mesh, bringing greater reliability and capability to your service mesh application.
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Your PHP and Nginx Won't Be Enough to Host and Develop Your Decoupled Site
 
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Michael Schmid Decoupled Drupal Sites not only bring exciting new technologies to us. They also require a new thinking around local development and hosting. Some questions that easily will come up: How do I develop Node locally with multiple Node versions, test CORS and ServerSideRendering locally and make overall sure that my Node App behaves locally the same as in production? I want to use ServerSide Rendering of my Decoupled Site built in Node, how do I deploy, test and host that on a server? I want to use a CDN to cache my GraphQL/REST/JsonAPI requests and also the ServerSide Rendering response, but how do I do that? At Amazee we have multiple Decoupled Sites running, all with enabled ServerSideRendering, CDNs and Reverse Proxies included! In this session I will show you how the power of Docker allows to develop Decoupled Drupal Sites with Node and ServerSideRendering with a breeze and also how to use the same Docker Tools to run them in staging and production. No Docker Knowledge required :)
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How To Interface Between Multiple Docker Containers and Host
 
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In this video you will learn how to connect to services within docker containers from the host and also from container to container. Full Blog Post: https://askmacgyver.com/blog/tutorial/how-to-interface-between-multiple-docker-containers-and-host
Views: 10439 Macgyver
Part 8 - Working with Multiple Containers using Docker Compose
 
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In this video we will learn how to work with Multiple Containers using Docker Compose yaml file. This video is more like Part 6, but is much refined and easier to work with multiple containers. #ExecuteAutomation #Docker #Containers #Testing #Selenium Please hit like and share your comments about the video !!! For more videos and articles visit http://www.executeautomation.com Subscribe: ExecuteAutomation channel in Youtube !!!
Views: 23321 Execute Automation
How to install Centmin Mod Nginx web stack via shell based menu autoinstaller
 
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How to install Centmin Mod Nginx web stack via shell based menu autoinstaller. Download and install instructions are located at http://centminmod.com/download.html. Post-install Getting Started guide at http://centminmod.com/getstarted.html. Skip to near end stage of initial install at https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=NYYavI9hxQ0#t=1478 This is a preview of Centmin Mod v1.2.3-eva2000.07 upcoming release, which has major changes and improvements. i.e. upgrading PHP-FPM no longer requires manual re-install of custom PHP extensions i.e. APC Cache + igbinary, Memcache, Memcached/Libmemcache, ImagicK etc. After running menu option #5 to upgrade PHP-FPM, all previously detected custom PHP extensions will be automatically reinstalled.
The Apache Booster Features - Make your server smarter and faster!!
 
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This is the Apachebooster Home page where you can see through WHM. In the home page, you can see the uptime and memory used for Nginx and Varnish. You can see a few other icons too. The second icon is 'Restart Services'. You can restart Nginx, Varnish and a service called Incrond by clicking those buttons, seen through 'Restart Services'. If you are a techy and you would like to edit any configuration files, you can do it through 'Conf Editor' . 'Master Configuration Editor' will give you the options to edit the configuration files of Nginx and Varnish, in your server. Purge cache gives you the option to clear your varnish cache. The 'Icon Tuner' is to tune or modify the settings of Apachebooster. Inside 'Apachebooster Tuner', The first tab 'varnish tuner' helps you to modify Dynamic File cache TTL, Static File cache TTL and Memory cache. If you want to exclude any URLs from AB, you can do it through the second tab 'Exclude URLs'. If you want to exclude any domain from nginx and varnish cache, you can select them through the 3rd tab 'Exclude Domains'. Rebuild vhosts gives you the option to rebuild nginx vhosts. The last icon stats shows the varnish cache stats. You can see Request Per Second, Bandwidth, Traffic Metrics and Cache Metrix through this tab. Thank you. Know about us in details at : http://apachebooster.com/
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