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HAProxy on AWS: Best Practices Part 1

HAProxy on AWS: Best Practices Part 1

This blog post is part of our AWS Best Practices series. See Part 2 here. There has been a constant stream of interest in running high-availability HAProxy configurations on Amazon. There are a few different approaches possible, and this is the first in a series of...

Multithreading in HAProxy

Multithreading in HAProxy

There are two possible ways to have HAProxy run on multiple CPU cores: By using the multiprocess model, where HAProxy automatically starts a number of separate system processes (method available since HAProxy version 1.1.7) By using the multithreading model, where...

HAProxy Ingress Controller for Kubernetes

HAProxy Ingress Controller for Kubernetes

Cloud-based applications have seen a great uptake in recent years, and that is especially true for microservices-based apps and related orchestration frameworks. These types of applications create needs for load balancing in new contexts, and here at HAProxy...

TLS 1.3 and 0-RTT in HAProxy

TLS 1.3 and 0-RTT in HAProxy

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic protocol that enables secure communications over a computer network. It has been in widespread use on the Internet for various services, such as e-commerce, web browsing, and instant messaging. TLS has also been made...

What’s New in HAProxy 1.8

What’s New in HAProxy 1.8

The monumental stable release of HAProxy 1.8 is coming! The HAProxy 1.8 release candidate 1 (RC1) has been published by the R&D team here at HAProxy Technologies, and in this blog post we are going to take you through some of the release highlights, new features, and...

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