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For questions about the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which is a network protocol used for transferring content on the World Wide Web.

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Service for hosting native JavaScript ES modules

We will be serving static javascript ES modules and looking for an all-in-one hosting platform that is easy to use. It must provide CORS headers (ES modules enable CORS by default) HTTP/2 support is ...
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How to make an AWS S3 bucket accessible over HTTP?

Does AWS S3 provide a way to make bucket's files available over HTTP preferably protected with BASIC_AUTH? I mean listing the files (index) and make it possible to download them over HTTP.
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Can't connect to Nexus Docker repos with HTTPS connectors

I am using private Docker registries for my CI/CD pipeline. These are Docker repositories in my Nexus (NXRM) instance (which runs in a Docker container). Until recently, those repos only had HTTP ...
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Auto-scaling, how to securely get code from private repo

I want to setup an auto-scaling configuration but cannot think how I can securely get code from a private repo when I spin up new instances. I obviously don't want to put passwords in startup scripts,...
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Jmeter simulating traffic and avoiding 429

I am using Jmeter to investigate the performance and capacity needs of a few web services. Jmeter sends traffic to the web-facing url (served by Nginx), with a rising rate, to see where the service ...
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Nginx /foo and /foo/ redirects

I want both http://domain/foo and http://domain/foo/ requests to serve a given resource. Here's the relevant part: location / { rewrite /(.*) /ipns/QmdpoFuwY/$1 break; proxy_pass http:/...
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To design a blue green deploy how to publish websocket traffic from live to hot swap server

A blue green deploy involves pumping live prod data flows (blue) into a hot swap non prod environment (green) in preparation to deploy to live the green environment, such that the green has full data ...