Nick creates technical content for HAProxy Technologies ranging from documentation and blog posts to Wikipedia articles, GitHub READMEs and Stack Overflow answers. With a background in web development and DevOps, he has fun digging into product features and discovering the optimal path for a new blog tutorial.Twitter LinkedIn GitHub
In this blog post, you will learn how HAProxy supports sticky sessions. You can choose to implement them either with a cookie or with the user’s IP address.
In this blog post, you’ll learn about several metrics that stand out as particularly useful for monitoring the health of your applications when they’re load balanced by HAProxy.
In this blog post, you'll learn how load balancing is an indispensable technique for improving a website’s performance.
Let’s consider one of HAProxy’s newest features, dynamic servers, which lets you add and remove servers from HAProxy’s load balancing list on-the-fly without ever reloading the process.
If you use HAProxy 2.0 or up, you must update to the latest version. A vulnerability was found that makes it possible for an attacker to...
In this blog post, you will learn how to set up basic load balancing using the HAProxy configuration file.
In this blog post, you'll learn how to run our Kubernetes Ingress Controller externally to your Kubernetes cluster, which obviates the need for running another load balancer in front.