I recently migrated my blog from a small server hosted by a friend to a large server with 2TB of space. This was a technical necessity, I assure you.
While doing so, I decided to try migrating everything I ran to use Caddy, a reasonably performant nginx-like webserver written in Go. What do I mean by nginx-like? It's fast and sometimes very cryptic.
I use Caddy on my home network to proxy internal services to be world-accessible. It works pretty well for that! Turns out, probably 99% of what I use nginx for can also be done with Caddy.
I extensively use Cloudflare as a reverse-proxy and CDN for my services. This is great, but has the downside of obscuring your visitor's IPs unless you take special care to correct it. Cloudflare provides the canonical client IP in the
Cf-Connecting-Ip header, and also provides a list of ipv4 and ipv6 addresses that you can trust (their endpoints) - which is fantastic.