Our session on Thursday Nov 14 at 6pm (US ET, UTC-5), the 256th presentation on the ColdFusion meetup, will be: "Web Acceleration to the Rescue", with Bruno Zugay. (Note this is at 6p ET, not the 12p ET time of other recent sessions.)
Topic description, speaker bio, meeting and recording links are below.
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MEETING URL: https://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/
TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker)
Caching is one of the best ways to maximize the output of your application. However, most developers don’t look past their application code and object caching for other available options. Varnish Cache can increase the performance of your website, while at the same time significantly reduce the load on your server. We’ll go over how it works and demonstrate how you can use it on your site. Whether you are using ColdFusion on Windows or Linux, whether you are running IIS or Apache, join us to find out how Varish can help.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker)
Director of Development, at Global Reach
Bruno is enjoying full stack development, DevOps, and making the internet a better place. Focusing on scalability, performance, and security.
DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions
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