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Tuesday November 08, 2016

Apache Traffic Server v7.0.0 Released

     Apache Traffic Server v7.0.0 Released

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v7.0.0!
This release immediately available for download at:

http://trafficserver.apache.org/downloads

When upgrading to 7.0.0 from 6.x you will need to recompile user written plugins. Upgrading from the previous releases, 3.2.0 and later, to v7.0.0 should preserve the cache and not require it to be cleared.  More details are available at:

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TS/What%27s+New+in+v7.0.x

This release adds HTTP/2 Push and long list of improvements and bug fixes.  For a list of what’s changed in this release, please see:

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TS/Upgrading+to+v7.0

For a list of all JIRAs for this release, please see:

https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=12310963&version=12325951

Sincerely,

-- The Apache Traffic Server community

Tuesday July 30, 2013

Apache Traffic Server v3.2.5 Released

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v3.2.5.

This is primarily a maintenance release, fixing minor SSL issue, as well as some build issues to make our package maintainers lives easier. We encourage Traffic Server users to upgrade - and everybody else to try it out!

The source code is immediately available for download.

Saturday June 22, 2013

How Comcast built a CDN using Traffic Server

At the 2013 Content Delivery Summit, Jan van Doorn gave a really interesting talk about how Comcast built an open source content delivery network with Apache Traffic Server at its core. Both the video of the talk and the slides are online.

In the talk, Jan covers the major parts of the Comcast CDN: the cache, configuration management, content routing and utilization monitoring. This is a great overview for anyone who is interested in building a CDN. There's enough open source out there that this should be practical for almost any organization.

The static tiered caching support that Comcast developed for this project landed in the Traffic Server 3.3.4 release, so you can experiment with it today.

Monday March 25, 2013

Apache Traffic Server 3.3.1 released

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v3.3.1-dev. This is our latest development release, and is available from http://trafficserver.apache.org/downloads

This release includes well over 100 fixes and feature changes since v3.3.0-dev. New features includes:

  • gzip plugin is now configurable per mime-type
  • Internal milestone timers exposed through plugin APIs
  • In clustering mode, content can be forced to be cached locally
  • A new authorization proxy plugin
  • The FreeBSD builds now support raw disk caches

Monday February 11, 2013

Traffic Server hackathon at ApacheCon 2013

ApacheCon will be hosting the conference hackathon on Monday February 25th, and the Traffic Server team will be there. There will be almost a dozen Traffic Server committers in attendance. We will be discussing the Traffic Server feature roadmap, hacking on bugs and generally trying to make Traffic Server better. Come by and tell us about your favorite bug (or feature)!

Friday January 25, 2013

Apache Traffic Server 3.2.4

The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v3.2.4.

This is primarily a bug fix release, addressing a number of SSL related issues. Additionally we have important fixes which make running ATS on FreeBSD an overall more pleasant experience. We encourage Traffic Server users to upgrade - and everybody else to try it out!

The source code is immediately available for download.

Sunday January 13, 2013

Traffic Server at ApacheCon NA 2013


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Saturday December 15, 2012

Choosing an Open Source Proxy

Leif previously posted about his talk at Lisa 2012. I hope that everyone who was able to attend enjoyed it and learned something about the open source web proxy ecosystem. For everyone else, here are the slides, which are pretty interesting. If I ever find any video of the talk, I'll post that as well.

Usenix LISA 2012 - Choosing a Proxy from Leif Hedstrom

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