httpsify - a transparent HTTPS termination proxy using letsencrypt with auto certification renewal

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A Let'sEncrypt based reverse proxy, that will automatically generate & renew valid ssl certs for your domains, it also enables the http/2 protocol by default, and uses roundrobin as an algorithm to loadbalance the incoming requests between multiple upstreams, as well as redirecting the traffic from http traffic to https just if you enabled the flag --redirect. As you see, the configuration file accepts a JSON object/hashmap of domain -> upstreams, and yes, it can loadbalance the requests between multiple upstreams using roundrobin algorithm.

https://github.com/alash3al/httpsify

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