When 2020 began, we predicted that the year would not just be “more of the same”. We were thinking in terms of technology, excitedly proclaiming the dawn of 5G and the maturation of edge computing.
Technology evolves alongside what is demanded of it. This is true for digital content delivery and more specifically for video streaming. As we head into the 5G content delivery era, what will content delivery -- and the traditional CDN look like? We draw on insights shared by CacheFly’s CTO Matt Levine in conversation with Varnish Software’s Technical Evangelist, Thijs Feryn to peek into the near future.
Over time, the most popular content we’ve created relates to hands-on Varnish use and relevant dos and don’ts. Naturally, we continue to create more content about this because our raison d’être is to help Varnish users get the maximum performance and efficiency they can from their Varnish setups.
Let’s get down to business.
In our final blog in the series about differences between Varnish Enterprise and Varnish Cache, let’s highlight two major aspects of Varnish Enterprise that will be vital for many use cases. (For more, see Post 1: Project or Product and Post 2: Support Services)