Nginx front-end proxy cache for WordPress

A how-to by Dan Collis-Puro “geek of all trades” on optimizing your WordPress MU install, using Nginx as a front-end proxy cache for WordPress:

We put an nginx caching proxy server in front of our wordpress mu install and sped it up dramatically – in some cases a thousandfold. I’ve packaged up a plugin, along with installation instructions here – WordPress Nginx proxy cache integrator.

The article is available online on his Blog. Additionally, a WordPress Plugin is available which is related to the HowTo: WordPress Nginx proxy cache integrator.

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3 Responses to Nginx front-end proxy cache for WordPress

  1. AskApache says:

    Thanks for the link

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