add BROTLI support to nginx and apache
as brotli seams to be a up to 20% better comression library than gzip and used by many CDN Providers it should be possible to switch on in plesk.
I’m glad to inform you that we added Brotli support to nginx.
Brotli compression is enabled by default.
More details you can find here:
Paul Phillips commented
@fhsoft Most Plesk installs don't serve content straight from Apache.
The Nginx proxy will cover the Brotli compression.
And what about Apache2 brotli support?
That's only half supported because it was
"add BROTLI support to nginx and apache"
Fabio Perri commented
Finally Brotli for NGINX has been implemented.
Very, very good news ! Thanks for the support.
Евгений Инжеев commented
Colleagues, it is indicated that the plan is October 30, 2020, January will soon be over, the year of the release?
C'mon guys! Understand the implementation of such a request bring a big plus for this platform and possible new subscribers using great technologies!
Mitchell van Bijleveld commented
Any updates on when this will be implemented?
Hurry up PLesk team. Brotli mean less CO2 in air!
Bludau IT Services commented
Please help me
Ivan Gallego commented
I love Brotli. Please, integrate it into plesk
Been waiting for years! Thank you dear plesk. ^.^
AmaZili Communication commented
Yeah Planned !
Will it take as long as "support for multiple Ip on one subscription" which is planned for ages now ?
See the today 356 users to requested it here : https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions/suggestions/3950796-have-multiple-ips-in-one-subscription
Christoph Flathmann commented
Hopefully this doesn't take that long.
The Plesk Update that updated nginx broke our server because of my self compiled brotli module wasn't binary compatible anymore and nginx tried loading it anyway..
A brotli nginx module compiled by plesk would mitigate this in the future, and compiling such module wasn't that hard
Oh boy am I excited. We do now officially have the "planned" label. So: only three more years and we'll actually see it? :-P
A must have.
Adam Lanning-Molyneux commented
I feel like it Plesk sites are at a PageSpeed disadvantage without Brotli and with the nginx browser expiry issue
Plesk need brotli!
Brotli is needed in PLESK!
Benny Klaus commented