Speed drives e-commerce web performance in crises, peaks, holidays and every day

 

E-commerce has always been somewhat unpredictable, characterized by predictable peaks on “shopping holidays” such as Black Friday (and the weekend that follows) and Singles Day. Other more “everyday” events and trends make online shopping spikes inevitable but completely unpredictable, such as when a celebrity wears something that sparks off a spike in demand

 

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8/11/20 3:27 PM
by Alexandra Barcelona

Request coalescing and other reasons to use Varnish as origin shield

The single most frequent question I get from people discovering Varnish is "Do you support request collapsing?". And I must admit, it always catches me off guard, because of course, it has been doing so for years, and it's a caching server, so that's a must-have, right? (Yes, yes it is.)

For this reason, in this post, we are going to review some of the little features we take for granted but that also make Varnish a great origin shield.

 

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7/29/20 11:14 AM
by Guillaume Quintard

The Varnish Enterprise advantage

In our final blog in the series about differences between Varnish Enterprise and Varnish Cache, let’s highlight two major aspects of Varnish Enterprise that will be vital for many use cases. (For more, see Post 1: Project or Product and Post 2: Support Services)

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7/21/20 8:00 AM
by Jonatan Lindgren

What support services are available in Varnish Enterprise and Varnish Cache?

In our second blog post in the series about differences between Varnish Enterprise and Varnish Cache (read part 1, Project or Product) , we’re going to focus on support and other professional services. Support encompasses all the guidance and help Varnish Software provides before, during and after Varnish is installed. It’s a crucial reason for Varnish Enterprise’s existence - many organizations require it.

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7/13/20 2:30 PM
by Alexandra Lehner

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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