Why you should upgrade video streaming infrastructure to 100Gbit

Right now you may invest millions in server hardware to get the capacity you need. The norm is 10Gb per server, and building that out to scale can grow to be not only expensive but more difficult to maintain. Now, with Varnish Streaming Server in Varnish 6.0, you can upgrade your infrastructure to 100Gbit. But what does this mean?

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20/09/18 13:16
by Erika Wolfe

To know Varnish is to love Varnish

People who already know and love Varnish have been singing its praises for a long time. But we’ve seen over the course of the years that there are a lot of people who don’t know Varnish - even those who should, and who would definitely benefit from the content delivery performance boosts Varnish offers.

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05/03/18 14:00
by Erika Wolfe

Streaming in Varnish 3.0

Varnish Cache 2.1 does what you can call store-and-forward proxying. It gets the request, then it turns around, gets the whole object from the backend, then turns around and delivers it to the client. If your backend takes time to deliver the object the client might get restless.

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11/05/11 11:19
by Per Buer

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