Options at Varnish Cache 4 end of support

The open source version of Varnish Cache 4.1x is no longer supported. For existing Varnish customers using Varnish Enterprise this is not an issue. For many open source Varnish Cache users this won’t be a surprise, and you will already have updated. The important point is that continued use of Varnish Cache 4.1 means that you will be going it alone. But you don’t have to.

Read More

4/21/20 12:11 PM
by Arianna Aondio

How to set and override time to live (TTL)

If you’re familiar at all with Varnish, you know it improves content delivery performance by storing a copy of your content in cache, and every request thereafter is fulfilled by the cached content.

Read More

3/4/20 3:01 PM
by Arianna Aondio

Join Varnish training in France

Do you want to know more about the Varnish Configuration Language (VCL), how it works or need to understand VCL better?
 
Then Varnish training in France is your opportunity to come and spend time with a Varnish core developer who can answer your questions at the offices of our French training partner Jasmine Conseil.
Read More

2/13/17 10:30 AM
by Raj Singh

Varnish wiki highlights: WordPress with Varnish step-by-step

Important Note

Based on the Step-by-step: Speed Up WordPress with Varnish Software article originally written by Federico G. Schwindt and published on Web Designer Magazine - http://www.webdesignermag.co.uk/ as well as on the Varnish Software blog.

It is now available in the Varnish Web Developer Wiki, specifically under the Varnish with WordPress Tutorials section. As with any other wiki docs you can help us to expand it and keep it up to date. I'm publishing it here in the blog for reference. Read on:

Read More

2/9/17 11:30 AM
by Rubén Romero

Varnish Software Blog

The Varnish blog is where our team writes about all things related to Varnish Cache and Varnish Software...or simply vents.

 

 
 

Posts by Topic

see all
 

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR BLOG