Varnishlog is an essential tool to measure the performance of your Varnish cache. Why add a reverse caching proxy like Varnish in front of your application, if you can’t analyze how it performs or behaves? This blog post is an in-depth
I am happy to announce that the video footage for my caching talk at InfoShare has finally been released. If you can spare 30 minutes and want to learn about caching, have a look. About Infoshare InfoShare is a really cool
Who is Ruben Romero? Ruben Romero is this week’s guest on the video blog and podcast. Ruben is the Director of Community Engagement at Varnish Software. He was born in Madrid, grew up in Ecuador and now lives in Oslo.
The lovely people of Varnish Software invited me again to speak at the Varnish Summit in Copenhagen. Last year, I also got invited to speak at their Summit in Amsterdam and apparently they were happy with my performance. The Varnish Summit in Copenhagen
Varnish has become an industry standard when it comes to caching. Varnish is a reverse caching proxy that you put in front of your webserver and that speeds up your website by caching your pages. The PROXY protocol was introduced