Using IIS as a reverse proxy is not ideal.  I mean, it’s not bad, it does work, it’s just that in my opinion it’s overly complex to configure, maintain and debug when compared to apache/nginx/varnish. We don’t live in an ideal universe, IIS reverse proxies exist and plus, it’s your right to disagree, not the first time you’d be wrong about something. Anyway, when working on legacy products, from time to time you’ll need to introduce new components to existing stacks. There’s no possible way you…Continue Reading “Debugging IIS reverse proxies”