If you need a reverse proxy go with Nginx. I'm using it at work in front of an Erlang website. But if you are just running Zotonic on a server and opening 80 from that there is no need for a proxy in front of it. So it depends on your needs.
> If you're going to live life on the on the edge and deploy an web site that > runs on Erlang, why would you want to put Apache in front of it? > > On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 7:38 PM, <ll...@paisite.com> wrote: > >> Hi, >> >> I'm hoping to launch a Zotonic website soon. Any suggestions regarding >> security beyond the ususal restriction of ports and update of patches? >> >> Would you recommend? >> >> - filewall? >> - front-end proxy such as Apache or Nginx? >> >> Anything else? >> >> I'm not a network wizard, so welcome any input. >> >> Many thanks, >> >> LRP >> >> >