Three features that make Varnish ideal for video streaming

Varnish is first and foremost known as an HTTP web accelerator, or an HTTP cache. One question we often get is: “Why should I use Varnish for live video streaming when there are other alternatives out there? What’s the value of Varnish?”

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23/10/19 15:00
by Espen Braastad

Varnish Score Board, a tool to monitor threads

For a long time Varnish developers wanted a monitoring tool with a feature set similar to Apache’s mod_status, which lets you monitor the status of threads. Varnish is already well-served by several other, similar utilities: varnishstat, which shows internal counters, and varnishlog, which stores session information related to serving a request. 

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21/10/19 15:30
by Dénes Mátételki

IBC 2019 in Review

­Now that the dust has settled on this year’s IBC show, we at Varnish wanted to highlight some key trends that we saw and heard being discussed at the conference and on the show floor for those of you who may not have been able to make the trek to Amsterdam. This year, it was just as interesting to see what didn’t end up making a prominent appearance at the event as what did. Here are our five key observations:

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17/10/19 15:30
by Miles Weaver

3 Emerging Trends We Observed at ANGA COM 2019

Now that the dust has settled on this years Anga Com, it is worth looking at some of the key trends that we saw on the show floor and how they might affect media businesses over the coming year.

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02/10/19 16:45
by Jonatan Lindgren

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