Varnish HTTP Cache

I’m new here, please explain this Varnish thing

Questions and Answers

What is happening

2016-07-18

If you are running Varnish, protecting against the HTTPOXY CGI vulnerability is a simple as:

sub vcl_recv {
        unset req.http.proxy;
}

2016-07-06

Varnish Cache 4.1.3 has been released! /Lasse

2016-06-28

Varnish Cache 4.1.3-beta2 is out. Most likely this will become 4.1.3 final. Source and packages in Releases & Downloads. /Lasse

2016-06-17

VarnishCon Europe 2016

Don’t miss it next time.

2016-06-15

Varnish Cache 4.1.3-beta1 is released just in time for VarnishCon 2016. Please give it a go if you can. See Releases & Downloads /Lasse

2016-04-25

If you are interested, here is an outline of the projects new IT infrastructure. /phk

2016-04-11

Sorry if it looks a bit sparse around here, we’re in the process of moving the Varnish Cache project to its own infrastructure.

If you want to help out, we will gladly take pull requests to the new homepage, you can find it in this github repos. /phk

Privacy

You can access the varnish-cache homepages with HTTP or HTTPS as you like.

We save the logfiles from our Varnish instance for a limited period, in order to be able to debug problems.

The old homepage ran Google Analytics, and we have continued that here for now, but unless we actually learn something useful from the data they collect, it will be discontinued.