8 Top Reverse Proxy Servers for Linux

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Feb 05, 2021, 15:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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A reverse proxy server is deployed between clients and back-end/origin servers. Use cases for a reverse proxy server might include an HTTP server such as NGINX, Apache, etc, or application servers written in Nodejs, Python, Java, Ruby, PHP, and many other programming languages. 

Generally, a reverse proxy server is an internal-facing proxy used as a “front end” to control and protect access to back-end servers on a private network: it is typically deployed behind the network firewall.

Here are eight of your top options.

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