How To and Troubleshooting
A reverse proxy is an intermediary server between the users and the origin server of your application. It handles the HTTPS requests sent by users and the corresponding responses received from the server to improve its efficiency, performance, security, and reliability. Also, reverse proxy provides load balancing for smoother web experiences.
The following diagram illustrates the working of a reverse proxy.
In Wyn Enterprise, an administrator typically uses a reverse proxy for URL mapping and HTTPS related options. For this, he can use different reverse proxy solutions. For example, the built-in services in the cloud (Azure, AWS), network hardware in the enterprises, and various software such as Nginx and HAProxy.
The following articles explain how to use Nginx and IIS as a reverse proxy for URL mapping.