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What is a LEMP stack

The term “LEMP” stack is used to describe a specific web server environment consisting of a web server (Nginx), database server (MySQL), web programming language (PHP), all running on a Linux system.

The LAMP acronym is made up from the first letter of each of those items (except Nginx, due to this being pronounced “Engine X”. The E is taken from the pronunciation):

Nginx (Engine X)


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