Tag:openresty

  • Detailed explanation of two methods of regular pattern matching in openresty

    Time:2021-10-16

    preface This article introducesOpenRestyTwo kinds ofregularpattern matching。 First of all, the openresty suite contains two kinds of syntax: one is the openresty syntax mainly based on the FFI API, and the other is the syntax similar to the native Lua scripting language. In the content introduced in this article, the regular pattern matching corresponding to […]

  • Processing of openresty log output

    Time:2020-1-30

    Recently, there was a failure. A request from an interface took tens of seconds to process. Due to the lack of logs, the network failure was eliminated, so it was impossible to reproduce the failure again. In order to trace the problem next time there is a problem, you need to add some trace logs.To […]

  • Using ab testing gateway to quickly build gray gateway on MAC

    Time:2020-1-28

    Using ab testing gateway to quickly build gray gateway on MAC About abtesting gateway AB testing gateway is a gray-scale publishing system of sina open source, which can dynamically set the shunting strategy. It works in 7 layers. It is developed based on nginx and NGX Lua, and uses redis as the database of shunting […]

  • How to use data architecture to drive enterprise growth?

    Time:2020-1-12

    For architects, the development of technology is endless. In the process of building and practicing intelligent data architecture, architects will encounter some doubts and challenges more or less. How to solve some problems encountered in the architecture construction? What are the new industry trends and technical methods in the field of architecture construction? Recently, on […]

  • [openresty] blue green release (IP white list)

    Time:2019-12-18

    • what is the blue-green release? 1. The blue-green deployment principle is very simple, which is to solve the problem through redundancy. Generally, the production environment needs two groups of configurations (blue-green configuration), one is the active production environment configuration (green configuration), the other is the inactive configuration (blue configuration). 2. When users access, they […]

  • After these lessons, you can quickly improve your level

    Time:2019-10-29

    This article recommends some paid courses that bloggers have learned. Please be assured that the blogger will not recommend courses to you casually. The following courses are of high quality.After learning your redis, MySQL and other skills, you will be promoted to a level! Tips: through the poster in this article, you can enjoy a […]

  • After these lessons, help you improve Level quickly

    Time:2019-7-9

    This article recommends some paid courses that bloggers have learned. Please be assured that bloggers will not recommend courses to you. The following courses are of very high quality.Learning your Redis, MySQL and other skills is bound to improve a Level! Tips: By purchasing the course with posters in this article, you can enjoy a […]

  • OpenResty Web Framework lor releases stable version 0.1.0

    Time:2019-6-15

    After nine iterations of branch versions, lor finally released version 0.1.0. It also brings more comprehensive documentation and API introduction, as well as a full-site example project OpenResty China. Detailed descriptions of lor are as follows: Lor is a Lua-based Web framework running on OpenResty. Routing uses Sinatra style, which is Ruby’s small and refined […]

  • [openresty] Blue and Green Publishing (IP White List)

    Time:2019-5-3

    What is Blue and Green Publishing? 1. Blue-green deployment is simple in principle, which is to solve the problem through redundancy. Usually the production environment needs two sets of configuration (blue-green configuration), one is active production environment configuration (green configuration), and the other is inactive configuration (blue configuration). 2. When users visit, they will only […]