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Thread organization in Varnish Cache 4.0

One of the two biggest changes in Varnish 4.0 is how the threads work. Varnish uses threads for doing all the...

By Per Buer 16 / 04 / 2014

London Summit Wind Down, New York Summit Wind Up

After the exciting build up to the first ever Varnish Software Summit, hosted by the great city of London, we’re very pleased with how the event ran and look forward to making the ...

By Scott Kircher 15 / 04 / 2014

Frontend/Senior Software Developer wanted in our London or Oslo office

Exciting open source company seeks Frontend/Senior Software Developer in our London or Oslo office.

By Yves Hwang 14 / 04 / 2014

Varnish Cache 4.0 is released!

Varnish Cache 4.0 is out...

By Hildur Smaradottir 10 / 04 / 2014

Varnish 4.0 Q&A on Performance, VMODs, SSL, IMS, SWR and more...

During our "What's coming in Varnish 4.0?" Hangout (see the video now) two weeks ago we got some questions. I am getting...

By Rubén Romero 09 / 04 / 2014

Logging in Varnish 4.0

The logging in Varnish Cache is one of the unique features of Varnish that in my mind sets it apart from the rest of the...

By Per Buer 09 / 04 / 2014

Jolly good! Final announcements for the London Varnish Software Summit

As we hit the one week countdown to the London Varnish Software Summit, and because we like to keep people visiting our blog, we’re making our final London summit announcements. Varnish Software...

By Scott Kircher 02 / 04 / 2014

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