Apache Trafficserver

Wednesday December 05, 2012

Rolling the D2O: Choosing an Open Source HTTP Proxy Server

In a week or so, I'll be presenting a talk at Usenix LISA '12, titled "Rolling the D20: Choosing an Open Source HTTP Proxy Server". The talk is an attempt to educate the audience not only in what technologies are out there, but also how to pick and choose one that's right for their problem. This will obviously include Apache Traffic Server, but of course other prominent proxies such as Varnish, Squid and Nginx will be examined. I'm hoping to see some of you there, and I'd be very interested to learn more about what is good (and bad) with the current state of affairs when it comes to proxies and caches.


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