.NET Core

Using .NET Core Kestrel with NGINX and Unix Sockets

I haven’t blogged in quite a while it seems, although in my defence I’ve moved house and done several projects which kept me quite busy. I’ve been working a lot lately with .NET Core, in particular building out web services through ASP.NET Core and Kestrel, the new light-weight web server. These services were developed on Windows and then deployed out to various Linux servers for production. When it comes to exposing the web services to the wider world there’s two possibilities, the first is using Kestrel directly, the second is going via a reverse proxy. Kestrel is great for serving…