Overall Satisfaction with NGINX
We have used NGINX in several different ways. We've used it as a load balancer, a proxy server, and a web server. Its ability to do one or all three of these jobs is what makes it so useful.
- Open source, so it reduced our licensing costs to nothing.
- In our first few years as a startup, the load balancing features saved us money.
NGINX's footprint is much smaller than Apache, and it's great for serving up static content. The URL rewriting was not as familiar as Apache, but just as powerful once configured correctly. As a load balancer, it's much more affordable than Citrix ADC. We used the load balancing features for several years as a startup and it served us well.
Community support is great, and they've also had a presence at conferences. Overall, there is no shortage of documentation and community support. We're currently using it to serve up some WordPress sites, and configuring NGINX for this purpose is well documented.
Do you think NGINX delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with NGINX's feature set?
Did NGINX live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of NGINX go as expected?
Would you buy NGINX again?