Building a faster, better, stronger web infrastructure: Varnish migration

Migrating to the most up-to-date versions of software is important for a number of reasons: getting automatic or easy-to-implement critical security upgrades and patches, sticking with officially supported versions and avoiding the problems inherent in sticking with something out of date. You want the most recent, tested and most stable versions of business-critical software to save yourself from not just inefficiencies but also everything from lock-in to ballooning maintenance costs.

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07/06/17 10:16
by Raj Singh

Five reasons to migrate to the latest Varnish now

As you might already know Varnish Cache Plus is a Varnish Plus product that is built on the top of the open source project Varnish Cache. Varnish Cache is usually a little ahead with regard to versioning because it may have some experimental features.

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24/01/17 13:00
by Arianna Aondio

Making the move: Help with migrating from Varnish 3 to 4

When does migrating become business critical?

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14/11/16 11:20
by Raj Singh

Top 5 things to keep in mind when migrating from Varnish 3 to 4

Varnish Cache 3.0 (the open source project) was released back in 2011 while Varnish Cache 4.0 made its debut in 2014. Since then, we’ve seen Varnish Cache 4.1.x appear, and now, the most recent, Varnish 5.0, which was only recently released.

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14/10/16 10:48
by Arianna Aondio

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

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