Two-minute Tech Tuesdays - Dynamic Backends

In this episode we'll be looking at dynamic backends. Dynamic backends in Varnish allow backends to be defined on the fly, instead of being predefined. Basically imagine if instead of connecting varnish to one specific origin server, you enable it to connect to different ones as required, say multiple servers.

 

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6/15/21 12:15 AM
by Thijs Feryn

Announcing Varnish Enterprise 6.0.8r2

A new version of Varnish Enterprise, release 6.0.8r2, is available now! It adds new Varnish modules (VMODs), features, optimizations, fixes, and more. For the full changelog and release notes, visit the documentation here.

This release is a big one, and focuses on extending Varnish Enterprise with additional building blocks that make it easier to build complex edge logic on top of the Varnish platform. But there are some other useful new features thrown in there too.

 

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6/2/21 3:01 PM
by Ian Vaughan

Handling large files with Varnish Transit Buffer

Transit Buffer is a feature available in Varnish Enterprise release 6.0.8r2. Read more here.

 

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5/31/21 3:17 PM
by Alf-André Walla

VMOD in the spotlight: accept

Varnish offers a multitude of modules that extend standard VCL capabilities for specific use cases and improve the overall user experience. These modules are written in C, and we call them VMODs for short. You can see the full list here.

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4/28/21 11:23 AM
by Thijs Feryn

Varnish Software Blog

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

 

 
 

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