How to cache images in imgproxy?

Decided to use to crop images imgproxy - and not understand: it at each request creates a thumbnail again?
From the point of view of common sense, there must be some kind of cache of thumbnails (with treatment), because under load the server will lay down if a lot of pictures will be and they will be cut on each request. Or even this thing is under my task not do? The task approximately the such: there are pictures on the server in a folder - need to create thumbnails and webp on the fly. If I'm blunt, and the answer is in the documentation, poke your nose, please.

Upd: I realized that this cache in a caching server does not have, and the problem is solved by caching in Nginx?
April 19th 20 at 12:13
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April 19th 20 at 12:15
Solution
Kesha no. Caching solved any caching proxy or CDN.
It may be great to have a built-in HTTP caching of some kind, but it is way better to use a Content-Delivery Network or a caching proxy server for this, as you will have to do this sooner or later in the production environment.
And Nginx for this purpose, as I understand it, also you can use? - marco_Becker commented on April 19th 20 at 12:18
@marco_Becker, Yes, quite https://www.nginx.com/blog/nginx-caching-guide/ - Armani.Keeli commented on April 19th 20 at 12:21

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