On Friday this week we will be in the heart of Amsterdam to meet the European Varnish user community.
Almost all tickets are gone, but you still have a change to get your ticket at http://varnishcon2016.eventbrite.com/
The full and detailed agenda is available here https://varnishcon2016.sched.org/list/descriptions/
We have quite a few interesting talks lined up and are lucky to have great speakers from the Wikimedia Foundation, Telefónica Research, Cedexis, Acquia and many more:
Emanuele Rocca, Wikimedia Foundation
Scaling Wikipedia.org with Varnish Cache
An outlook of how the biggest community-driven, non-profit site on the web uses Varnish to scale.
Poul-Henning Kamp, Varnish Chief Architect
Keynote: State of the Varnish Nation
Jeremy Blackburn, Telefonica Research / isthewebhttp2yet.com / eyeorg.net projects
Measuring HTTP/2 adoption and performance
Can Web Quality of Experience measurements show whether humans perceive any difference with or without the new protocol?
Lasse Karstensen, Varnish Software
An update from the Release Manager: What to expect in 5.0 and beyond.
Devon H. O'Dell, Fastly
High-End Varnish Fixing: Debugging issues and fixing bugs on large scale installations.
Dridi Boukelmoune, Varnish Software
HPACK vs. Varnish Cache: Bringing HTTP/2 into Varnish one step at a time
Julien Coulon, Cedexis
CDN Evolution: From Static Objects to Hybrid Private and DIY setups.
Nils Goroll, Uplex
You can dance with master: using unreleased Varnish code safely
Niels van Mourik, Acquia
Acquia takes the juice out of Drupal 8: Cache Tags & Varnish
See you in Amsterdam!