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Optimizations: Tuning Nginx for better RPS of an HTTP API

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For a startup, before scaling infrastructure either horizontally or vertically we need to make sure that current resources are being used properly, and there is no bottleneck in performance due to the application configuration. The primary aim of the engineering team is to ensure that minimal resources are used in the day to day running of any system designed and deployed.

While we work on cutting edge products for enterprises and audience at large, this publication sheds some insights into the rapid prototyping, code marathons and optimizations that Staqu’s engineers constantly churn out!

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