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Many organizations store large, infrequently changing assets like videos, images or large binary files on cloud provider networks for easy access. Unfortunately, any time an asset is fetched from the origin server, many cloud providers charge an egress fee. These … Continue reading
Checkout the below video on how Cloudflare via Cache Reserve can help minimize egress fees many cloud providers charge. I also show a demo and walk through features/capabilities. Watch directly below or on the DevOpsTV YouTube channel here. Follow me … Continue reading
Cloudflare Cache Reserve helps get closer to 100% hit ratio while cutting down on unnecessary egress fees for content hosted on other clouds! Join me on Thursday, March 23, 2023 for a technical walkthrough of how Cloudflare CDN and Cache … Continue reading
In this blog I demonstrate how you can implement and take advantage of caching in your Python scripts/applications. Caching allows you to complete tasks more rapidly by storing and reusing results for repeated operations using the same criteria. For example, … Continue reading
Last Monday I attended a fascinating Java developer meeting in San Francisco. Orion Letizi, co-founder of Terracotta, gave a demonstration of a way to deliver enterprise-grade scalability and availability using an open-source network-attached memory solution for Java.