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Re: [jetty-users] https best practices

I think it is up to you.

I recently set up a Jetty server with a security certificate and using the SPDY protocol,  which is an extension to https;  this was not much more work than a plain https installation and it seemed to me that the https setup for Jetty was about the same in complexity as Apache.

The only trouble I have is that I can't get gzip payload compression working together with SPDY,  i think I have the same problem as this guy

On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 1:06 PM, Marcos Cano <mcano@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
hello curretnly im running  my web service inside jetty 9.0.2.v20130417.

 and apache as a reverse proxy. (

what\ are the best practices that will let me run https in my whole site?

will it be better if I configure https inside Jetty?

or if i configure it in apache?

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