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Reverse Proxy

A reverse proxy server is helpful in protecting systems against web vulnerabilities, which adds an extra degree of security. The reverse proxy provides protection between external clients and your internal services. miniOrange provides cloud and on-premise solutions for reverse proxy servers, which provides performance and readability.

Securing Web-Server with Reverse proxy

What is Reverse Proxy?

A reverse proxy server defends web servers against assaults while also improving security, performance and reliability. A reverse proxy is a server that is placed in front of the web servers and sends requests from clients to those servers. In most cases, reverse proxies are used to improve security, performance, and dependability. At the network's edge, a reverse proxy server serves as an intermediary connection point. It acts as the real endpoint and accepts first HTTP connection requests. The reverse proxy server, which acts as a gateway between users and your application origin server, is essentially your network's traffic cop.

Reverse Proxy

A reverse proxy server is a special kind of proxy server. In contrast to a regular proxy server, which protects clients, a reverse proxy protects servers. A reverse proxy is a server that receives a client's request, passes it to one of many other servers, and then delivers the results from the server that actually processed the request to the client as if the proxy server had handled it itself. The client only talks with the reverse proxy server and is unaware that its request was really handled by another server.

Forward Proxy

A proxy server, sometimes known as a forward proxy, is a server that redirects traffic between clients and another system, generally one that is not connected to the network. It may then manage traffic based on predefined policies, convert and mask client IP addresses, enforce security protocols, and block unfamiliar traffic.


Rate Limiting

The interval between each request from each IP address and the amount of requests received within a certain time zone is referred to as rate limiting. The rate-limiting technique will reject requests from a single IP address if the proxy server gets too many requests from that IP address in a short period of time.
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SSL Offloading

The Secure socket layer is a protocol that ensures the incoming traffic in the network. SSL offloading is a process of removing SSL-based encryption from HTTPS requests received by a web server. SSL/TSL offload encrypts and decrypts the communication between clients and servers sending messages securely over the network.


CORS is an HTTP header-based method that allows a server to specify any origins (domain, scheme, or port) other than its own from which a browser should allow resources to be loaded. CORS is a security feature that is embedded into (almost) all modern web browsers. It essentially prevents any http requests from your front end to any API that does not have the same "Origin" (domain, protocol, and port—which is usually the case).

Access Control

You can regulate priority access to only authorized users, or you can grant limited access to non-compliant guest users. Only users logged in with your Identity Providers or Federated Identities can be allowed to access your resources.

IP/ Location/ Device based restriction

The Reverse proxy has network control, limiting inbound connections to web services based on IP address, location, and device, and reducing unwanted traffic. Access to a single IP address or a group of IP addresses might be allowed or prohibited.
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Single Sign-On (SSO) Authentication

SSO Login Options (Social, Multiple, Shared)

Routing and Traffic management

Traffic Monitoring/ Analytics

The network's incoming and outgoing traffic is monitored by the traffic monitoring system. It gathers information on network traffic, speed, and classifications and generates an analysis report for traffic management.

URL Rewriting

The process of changing any URL structure while loading a page is known as URL rewriting. Allowing an Internet user to visit a Website with a difficult URL by entering a simpler URL into the address bar of a Web browser is an example of constructive usage of this method.

Load Balancing

Load balancing guarantees that no one server is overwhelmed, which has an influence on the performance of online services. The load balancer distributes network traffic among numerous servers, with each server controlling traffic and other servers handling network operations in the event that one of the servers fails.
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Caching and Data Compression

A reverse proxy acts as a middleman between web browsers (clients) and web servers. The proxy server looks for the most recent copy of a resource when a client requests it. If it was accessible, it was immediately cached on the proxy server and transmitted to the user.

How Does Reverse Proxy Work?

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IP restriction
Rate limiting
Load Balancing
Traffic monitoring and analysis
Caching and Data Compression
Access control
Securing Web server infrastructure
SSL Offload
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Boost Productivity

Using a reverse proxy server like miniOrange to prevent web applications from thrashing between memory and disc is a good idea. It can also provide a single point of access for all the backend servers thereby increasing the productivity.

Easy to Use

The setting of a reverse proxy server can be challenging at times since you must install and configure the server manually, but with our services, you can accomplish all of that by just logging onto our Admin Dashboard.

Improves Security

A reverse proxy is helpful in safeguarding systems from online vulnerabilities, adding a welcome layer of security. The reverse proxy acts as a barrier between external clients and your internal services, preventing anyone from accessing your network directly.

Flexible Pricing

miniOrange provides the best price in the industry for Reverse Proxy solution.

World Class Support

We provide world-class support and customers vouch for our support.

Customization Support

Apart from IP restriction, Load Balancing, Rate Limiting and CORS we can customize our solution as per your requirement.

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