Google has released a module speed up the loading of web-pages PageSpeed for Nginx
Google has presented a module ngx_pagespeed, in which was prepared the analogue for the previously developed for the http-server Apache module mod_pagespeed. Running as a module inside Nginx, ngx_pagespeed rewrites your webpages to make them faster for your users. Ngx_pagespeed code is licensed under Apache.
Despite the fact that the module is positioned as a beta release, it is marked as ready for deployment, since three months is used in several hundred sites and some hosting providers. According to data provider ZippyKid, who participated in the initial testing of the module and specializes in providing hosting for blogs based on the engine WordPress, use ngx_pagespeed reduced the size of the pages loaned by 75% and increase the speed of page rendering by 50%.
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