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rtopitt : webserver   8 - Strong Ciphers for Apache, nginx and Lighttpd
The above ciphers are Copy Pastable in your nginx, Lighttpd or Apache config. These provide Strong SSL Security for all modern browsers, plus you get an A+ on the SSL Labs Test. In short, they set a strong Forward Secrecy enabled ciphersuite, they disable SSLv2 and SSLv3, add HTTP Strict Transport Security and X-Frame-Deny headers and enable OCSP Stapling (except on Lighttpd, it does not support that yet).
apache  nginx  ssl  sysadmin  security  ciphers  how-to  dica  boa_prática  configuration  webserver 
february 2017 by rtopitt
WebROaR: Ruby Application Server
WebROaR is an application server that makes deployments of ruby web applications extremely simple. It provides an integrated solution to view the run time performance numbers and email notifications in case any exceptions occur in any of the deployed applications.
ruby  webserver  rails  rack  http  importante  deploy  webapp  software_livre  server 
november 2009 by rtopitt
ModPorter - Painless file uploads
Porter is designed to make supporting large file uploads as simple as possible. By doing all the heavy lifting in the web server, your application processes are left free to serve user requests. In addition to an apache module written in C, Porter also comes with a Ruby on Rails plugin designed to make the Porter uploads completely transparent to Rails applications.
plugin  apache  webserver  upload  processo  c  ruby  rails  mod  server 
october 2009 by rtopitt
Nginx & Comet: Low Latency Server Push -
Server push is the most efficient and low latency way to exchange data. If both the publisher and the receiver are publicly visible then a protocol such as PubSubHubbub or a simpler Webhook will do the job. However, if the receiver is hidden behind a firewall, a NAT, or is a web-browser which is designed to generated outbound requests, not handle incoming traffic, then the implementation gets harder. If you are adventurous, you could setup a ReverseHTTP server. If you are patient, you could wait for the WebSocket's API in HTML5. And if you need an immediate solution, you could compromise: instead of a fully asynchronous push model, you could use Comet, also known as Reverse Ajax, HTTP Server Push, or HTTP Streaming.
nginx  push  streaming  ajax  http  how-to  webserver  comet  ruby  chat  plugin  server  tip 
october 2009 by rtopitt
Thin - A fast and very simple Ruby web server
Thin is a Ruby web server that glues together 3 of the best Ruby libraries in web history (the Mongrel parser, Event Machine, Rack), which makes it the most secure, stable, fast and extensible Ruby web server bundled in an easy to use gem.
deploy  futuro  gem  performance  rails  ruby  webserver  server  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt

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