Running Confluence behind NGINX with SSL

This page describes how to set up NGINX as a reverse proxy for Confluence. The configuration described on this page results in a scenario where: External client connections with NGINX are secured using SSL. Connections between NGINX and Confluence Server are unsecured. Confluence Server and NGINX run on the same machine. We assume that you already have a running instance of … Read moreRunning Confluence behind NGINX with SSL

How to use NGINX to proxy requests for Confluence

Purpose This page describes a possible way to use NGINX to proxy requests for Confluence running in a standard Tomcat container. You can find additional documentation that explains how to use Apache mod_proxy for the very same purpose.  For Confluence 6.0 or later you’ll need a version of NGINX that supports WebSockets (1.3 or later). Solution Configuring Tomcat … Read moreHow to use NGINX to proxy requests for Confluence

Let’s Encrypt: HTTPS installed for free (in 15 minutes) using cPanel

Introduction Your web site address starts with http:// The site contains interactive elements, such as payment buttons, or text forms etc. For the visitor, the site is flagged by the browser as ‘insecure’. You need to convert the site to https:// This requires that you obtain an SSL certificate, and install it on your web … Read moreLet’s Encrypt: HTTPS installed for free (in 15 minutes) using cPanel