Illustrations for Varnish
andersb at vgnett.no
Fri Jul 21 14:08:38 CEST 2006
On Jul 21, 2006, at 12:44, Stig Sandbeck Mathisen wrote:
> I have re-made some of the illustrations from the Varnish presentation
> and added those to the repo. If you'd like more illustrations, I can
> make those, but I'd need to know what would be useful.
Hi Stig, and welcome :)
I have already done some of the work you mention, or at least started
> Illustrations can help people understand Varnish from different
> perspectives. I was thinking of a few illustrations on each of the
> * Technology perspective - illustrations that describe the logic, or
> the flow of internal traffic. What happens to a request.
This one is not correct, since it was a drat to get some
undertstanding of how Varnish behaves.
> * Sysadmin perspective - illustrations that describe how Varnish
> behaves on the server(s) it is installed on.
> * Network perspective - illustrations that describe how Varnish
> interacts with the world around it.
> Of course, there is some overlapping here...
> And then we have:
> * Security perspective? (service availability is "security")
> * Perspective of enterprise level buzzword compliance - Leveraging the
> potential of dedicated open-source well-modulated horizontal
> architecture to enable quality-focused control over mission critical
> business-enabled infrastructure elements. Or someting. :D
The design of the webpage is currently at: http://klikk.vg.no/varnish
I have the original Illustrator graphics for the logo. We also have a
smaller logo that fits better on the bottom of a doc/page.
Think of it as the bottom right logo on this page: http://
20060314/30091062/VarnishLogo01-0001.jpg but designed in the spirit
of the main logo now.
I suggest that the docs, when parsed by a DocBook->HTML or DocBook-
>PDF script will end up with a design that reflects the website design.
> Stig Sandbeck Mathisen, Linpro
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