The Ultimate Server Caddy 2 is a powerful, enterprise-ready, open source web server with automatic HTTPS written in Go.
$ caddy file-server --domain example.com //Public file server over HTTPS $ caddy reverse-proxy --from example.com --to localhost:9000 //HTTPS reverse proxy $ caddy run //Run server with Caddyfile in working directory
Community recommends Debian 10.7 + Caddy 2.0 + MariaDB 10.5.4 + PHP 7.4
- Caddy simplifies your infrastructure. It takes care of TLS certificate renewals, OCSP stapling, static file serving, reverse proxying, Kubernetes ingress, and more.
- Caddy runs great in containers because it has no dependencies—not even libc. Run Caddy practically anywhere.
- Caddy is the only web server to use HTTPS automatically and by default.
- Caddy is both a flexible, efficient static file server and a powerful, scalable reverse proxy.
When given a domain name, Caddy will use HTTPS by default, which provisions and renews certificates for you. Please visit caddyserver.com for further info.
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