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Official agenda for Varnish Summit San Francisco released

Happy Thanksgiving, USA. We hope it was a good one. With Varnish Summit San Francisco just under a week away, it’s time to announce the final agenda. Another great lineup, and another great mix of...

By Scott Kircher 28 / 11 / 2014

Building an Enterprise CDN for HTTP Dynamic Streaming - RealEyes to present at Varnish Summit San Francisco

There is a current trend in the world of the web where Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) are not a nice distribution and load solution for businesses, but a solution and industry...

By Scott Kircher 28 / 11 / 2014

Linux vm tunables

There are quite a few tunables in the Linux kernel. Reading the documentation it is clear that quite a few of them could have an impact on how Varnish performs. One that caught my attention is...

By Per Buer 27 / 11 / 2014

Introducing Varnish High Availability

There is a reason why people install Varnish Cache in their servers. It’s all about the performance. Delivering content from Varnish is often a thousand times faster than delivering it from your...

By Per Buer 27 / 11 / 2014

Nikon’s Varnish Installation to be showcased at Varnish Summit San Francisco

Varnish Plus customer, Kanban Solutions will have a special live video session at Varnish Summit San Francisco on 4 December. Kanban are the engineers behind Nikon's web experience development,...

By Scott Kircher 27 / 11 / 2014

Introducing Varnish Massive Storage Engine

Varnish was initially made for web site acceleration. We started out using a memory mapped file to store objects in. It had some problems associated with it and was replaced with a storage engine...

By Per Buer 19 / 11 / 2014

Three new components to increase website scalability and performance

Unlimited cache sizing, increased caching performance and customized cache optimization support content-heavy, high-traffic sites. Varnish Software is pleased to officially announced the release...

By Scott Kircher 18 / 11 / 2014

Understanding timeouts in Varnish Cache

Varnish Cache has a fair amount of timeout settings. These are typically used to protect itself against attrition attacks, get rid of misconfigured clients, and so on. They can be a mouthful to...

By Lasse Karstensen 14 / 11 / 2014

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