Exciting opportunity to join us for Varnish training in London

What better way is there to get insight into the inner workings of Varnish than to attend a training course right in our London offices? We are happy to announce that we are hosting a Varnish training course in London where one of our very own engineers will help you become a Varnish expert in your own right. Don't miss out on this chance to work with our best Varnish developers.
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25/08/16 14:00
by Raj Singh

Cybersecurity threats: Going to battle using Varnish Plus and TLS/SSL

Since the dawn of the computer age, we have lived in both admiration and fear of hackers. The popular TV series, Mr Robot, is a popular culture paean to the hacker culture - which, along with a kind of networked-mayhem theme has long been “inspiring imaginations” (not necessarily a good thing).

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24/08/16 14:00
by Erika Wolfe

Join us for Varnish Training in Paris this fall

Want to make the most of your Varnish installation? Join us for the opportunity to get the best Varnish training available. The unique thing about our courses are that they are not taught by a trainer, Varnish core developers deliver our courses.
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23/08/16 14:38
by Raj Singh

Varnish Shared Memory Log errors and solutions

The Varnish distribution comes with several utility programs. The main one is the Varnish daemon varnishd. It accepts and handles HTTP requests from clients and it’s responsible for the cache itself. Among the binaries you get from your Varnish installation, there are five programs that read the Varnish Shared Memory Log (VSL), parse it or extract data from it and present it to you: varnishlog, varnishstat, varnishncsa, varnishtop and varnishhist.

In this blog post I’ll throw the possible errors you can encounter when launching one of the above mentioned programs. You might ask… why? A few weeks back I spent a lot of time trying to fix my Varnish installation, and I fell into the install-remove varnish loop in an attempt to fix it. When I realized a magic fix was never going to happen, I went through the source code and eventually fixed my Varnish.

(I could have simply destroyed my virtual machine, but I really wanted to figure out why my Varnish wasn’t happy.)

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16/08/16 14:30
by Arianna Aondio

All things Varnish related

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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