Much like my previous post on redirect HTTP to HTTPS for IIS behind AWS’s Elastic Load Balancer, I started googling around for a solution for nginx. What I’ve put in place works when placed in the server directive for HTTP traffic:

if ($http_x_forwarded_proto != 'https') {
	rewrite ^(.*) https://$host$1 permanent;

However, am wondering if there’s a better/cleaner way to do this? Acknowledging this nginx wiki entry..

Brighton Bath Houses

Had the opportunity to give a talk for a final year subject (Software Deployment and Evolution – HIT3311) at Swinburne last Monday, thought I’ll share the slides here as well (revolves around my experience with software over the past 6 years in industry after finishing uni).

Thanks again Rajesh for this!

SlideShare link: here.

Over here!:)

Brisbane River