Just out of curiosity, has the team considered adding HTTP/2 support to OpenLMIS? Our target browsers (Chrome and FireFox) have supported it for a while, and it may make more efficient use of the weak networks over which we sometimes have to operate.
Yes, though AFAIK AWS’ ELB (not ALB) doesn’t support HTTP/2, and that’s still part of our recommended deployment topology. If we could remove/transition-to-alb that while still making the recommended deployment topology easy to administer, then it’d be easy to have - though I’m not suspecting that for our use-case we’ll see huge gains.
In PCMT we’ve been working with Traefik to get around some of the things an ELB did for OpenLMIS. It’d be a bit duplicative to OpenLMIS’ Nginx service, however so far (early) it’s very easy to work with.
Thank you @joshzamor. That makes sense, and Traefik looks interesting!