Monday September 21, 2015
Fall 2015 Apache Traffic Server Summit (Nov 15-17th)
The ATS community is pleased to announce the next Apache Traffic Server Summit. This time, we’ll be hosting this event at the Yahoo! Campus in Sunnyvale, California. The dates are
Sunday November 15th: Hackathon / Bug bashing / get-together
Monday November 16th: First day Summit with presentations from various teams
Tuesday November 17th: Second day Summit, focusing more on discussion items and designs
Everyone is very, very welcome to participate in this event, and there are no fees (however, we ask everyone to RSVP, see below). Previous Summits have been a good mix of system administration topics around ATS, advanced topics of usage and problems, as well as future discussions around direction and features of ATS.
Request: We are looking for people to present topics for the Monday - Tuesday events. If you have something ATS related to share, or something to discuss / propose / analyze, please submit a proposal with a Subject and 1-2 paragraph description. Send such proposals to
Proposal does not have to be code related, in fact, some of the most interesting and popular topics from previous Summits have been around ATS use cases. The deadline for submissions is October 15st, 2015.
Finally, please RSVP on this page (which is still work in progress, we’ll update the schedule as we get the proposals submitted).:
Traffic Server 6.0 released
The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v6.0.0!
This release immediately available for download at:
When upgrading to 6.0.0 from 5.x you will need to recompile user written plugins. Upgrading from the previous releases, 3.2.0 and later, to v6.0.0 should preserve the cache and not require it to be cleared. More details are available at:
This release is the second release to have HTTP/2 support and it is now considered stable. For a list of what’s changed in this release, please see:
For a list of all JIRAs for this release, please see: