What is a reverse proxy? A reverse proxy accepts connections and then routes them to the appropriate backend server. For example, if we have a Ruby application running on 127.0.0.1:3000, we can configure a reverse proxy to accept connections on HTTP or HTTPS, which can then transparently proxy requests to the ruby ...Read More...
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