Imagizer Cloud

See the Imagizer Cloud guide.

Amazon Web Services

See the Amazon Web Services guide.

Google Cloud

See the Google Cloud guide.


Imagizer provides local LRU cache for both origin images and processed images. All images are cached in memory by default, but Imagizer can be configured to use disk cache.

Imagizer obeys Cache-Control headers by default. The default behavior can be modified.


Imagizer provides application and access logs. The application log supports four levels (debug, info, warn, error) of logging.

Imagizer supports logging to Syslog, Datadog, and CloudWatch.


Imagizer collects and stores system and application stats. These stats are available through the Admin API at any time. Optionally, support for Ganglia, Datadog, and CloudWatch are available.

See the Stats Reference for detailed information on each stat.


Imagizer may be scaled out using a cluster of Imagizer instances. Requests will be distributed over a cluster of Imagizer instances using the Consistent Hashing with the Bounded Loads algorithm.

See the Config Reference for instructions on configuration of the cluster mode.


Major Imagizer updates require a complete new image. To update, first launch a new instance, then copy your JSON config from your old instance to your new instance.


Imagizer Cloud always provides the latest and greatest Imagizer. No need to worry about updates.

Patch Update

Minor patch updates can be applied directly to the Imagizer instance using the Admin API. Patch update files are provided by Nventify support. Contact us if you find an issue that requires patching.