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Ayooluwa Isaiah
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Oct 5, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Comparing the best web servers: Caddy, Apache, and Nginx

Ayooluwa Isaiah I'm a software developer from Nigeria with a keen interest in web technologies, security, and performance. I'm currently working on my own products and teaching programming via my website freshman.tech.

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5 Replies to "Comparing the best web servers: Caddy, Apache, and Nginx"

  1. I find that the performance difference isn’t such a big issue. I’m mostly using it to reverse-proxy requests where some requests go to a backend API service, others to static content. That’s just my own take.

  2. I’ve personally used Caddy very rarely as a proxy for a single service.
    However, when it comes to orchestrating a microservice mesh, Traefik (based on Caddy) has been an easy-to-use option with out-of-the-box observability and acceptable performance.

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