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Announcing HAProxy Data Plane API 2.2

Announcing HAProxy Data Plane API 2.2

The HAProxy Data Plane API 2.2 lays the foundation for first-class service discovery and introduces native support for Consul. It also adds storage and file handling for SSL certificates, Map files, and SPOE configuration files. Watch our on-demand webinar "What’s New...

Route SSH Connections with HAProxy

Route SSH Connections with HAProxy

Route SSH connections through HAProxy using the SSH ProxyCommand feature and SNI. Watch our on-demand webinar in French "How to Route SSH Connections with HAProxy". Did you know that you can proxy SSH connections through HAProxy and route based on hostname? The...

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS with HAProxy

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS with HAProxy

Use the HAProxy load balancer to redirect users from HTTP to HTTPS automatically. For decades, our lives have become increasingly dependent on sending and receiving data from across the Internet. Now, with more people working, studying, and hanging with friends...

Dynamic SSL Certificate Storage in HAProxy

Dynamic SSL Certificate Storage in HAProxy

Use the HAProxy Runtime API to update SSL certificates in HAProxy without a reload. When you route traffic through an HAProxy load balancer, you gain the ability to terminate SSL at the load balancer. HAProxy encrypts communication between the client and itself and...

HAProxy SSL Termination

HAProxy SSL Termination

The HAProxy load balancer provides high-performance SSL termination, allowing you to encrypt and decrypt traffic. You can quickly and easily enable SSL/TLS encryption for your applications by using HAProxy SSL termination. HAProxy is compiled with OpenSSL, which...

Let’s Encrypt (ACMEv2) for HAProxy

Let’s Encrypt (ACMEv2) for HAProxy

HAProxy Technologies is proud to announce the availability of an integrated Let’s Encrypt ACMEv2 Lua client for HAProxy and HAProxy Enterprise (HAPEE). HAProxy Enterprise comes bundled with Lua support in a precompiled binary conveniently distributed using your Linux...

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...

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