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  • Websites still load too slowly. During the most critical time in the page load lifecycle, your connection is often almost totally idle. A new technology proposed by Fastly engineer Kazuho Oku hopes to make better use of that critical first couple of seconds. Have you ever gone to a site on your phone only to end up staring at a page with no text for 10 seconds? No-one likes to sit staring at a bl...

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  • At Spotify we use CDNs heavily to serve our 170 million users. While a large share of our traffic is the over 35 million songs we serve, we also serve lots of other assets. Most of these assets are created and owned by teams other than our CDN team. In this talk we will walk through how we at Spotify leverage Fastly APIs to enable lightning fast content delivery for our 2000 person R&D organisati...

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  • It’s impossible to understand the health of your system without real-time logging. Our logging platform is one of our favorite and most popular features, and currently handles millions of requests and gigabytes per second of traffic. It’s stateless, real-time, and can provide insight and ship data to a multitude of destinations. Fastly has consistently iterated to keep up with the growth of the p...

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  • When you operate a globally distributed set of datacenters, the network can break at any time between any pair of hosts. For most tools, you need to log onto the right machine at the right time in hopes that you'll find what's wrong. Instead of doing what network engineers are wont to do - suffer with the tools provided - we turned to a programmatic approach. In this talk, I'll introduce some net...

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  • HTTP/2 (or H2, as the cool kids call it) has been ratified for months, and browsers already support it. But do the exciting features that HTTP/2 offers meet expectations? Frederik Deweerdt explores how HTTP/2 fares in the real world, how browser behavior is changing to accommodate new server-side functionality, and how you can get the most of the new protocol everybody’s talking about.

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  • When Ticketmaster embraced DevOps, the company implemented key technologies that enabled them to re-architect their entire web platform and workflow. Utilizing Fastly with Terraform enabled Ticketmaster to use Fastly as more than a CDN, but as a core component of their new web platform. Paris will elaborate on the main Fastly features that Ticketmaster currently leverages, and how they manage a ...

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  • Today, a staggering 64% of all web traffic (62% on mobile) is image content. It therefore comes as no surprise that image optimisation is the number one feature request by Fastly customers. The reason for this is very simple – image optimisation and delivery come with many pain points. It can be tediously repetitive, error-prone and, due to the many moving parts of a typical image pipeline, be ex...

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  • While we started with an original intention to fully deprecate TLS 1.0 as early as 2015, we’re currently reporting that about 20% of our customers in total are still relying on TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. Providing breadth-of-access means that not everyone can upgrade their browser or phone, and for some users, Fastly is their gateway to web access. It’s a balance we’re trying hard to preserve and someth...

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  • Manipulating HTTP headers is one of the most common things that Fastly customers do. Using the right combination of headers is one of the best things you can do for the security of your site, and also a significant contributor to performance. Read more

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  • Hours after Drupal released a patch in April, 2018, attackers had already created and shared proof-of-concept exploit code resulting in over one million vulnerable sites. This news came four weeks after disclosure of Drupalgeddon 2, which was another major remote code execute vulnerability. Installing patches and updating your WAF rules can help you prevent attackers from exploiting this vulnerabi...

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  • Fastly customer Sleeping Duck appeared on Shark Tank in July 2017, which sparked a sudden influx of traffic to their site. In the following post, Tech Lead Matthew Vandenbossche discusses how they prepared for the event, and how Fastly helped. Read more

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  • HTTP headers are an important way of controlling how caches and browsers process your web content. But many are used incorrectly or pointlessly, which adds overhead at a critical time in the loading of your page, and may not work as you intended. Read more

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  • We know that our customers value visibility and control — actionable insight into what’s going on across your digital services, and the flexibility to make changes when necessary. Real-time logging lets you see what’s happening with your traffic, empowering you to make decisions and changes on the fly. In this post, we’ll share our latest logging updates — which allow for improved formatting and c...

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  • 3,500 new Fastly service configurations deployed, 250 breakfast sandwiches eaten, 2 rants about edge computing (or at least one about self-driving cars), and one very big outdoor screen. Those are just a few of the highlights from last week’s Altitude in New York, where we gathered together customers and Fastly folks to share stories and strategies about the future of the edge, cloud networking, s...

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  • Caching assets in the browser is the most common and most obvious way to improve front end performance. But at some point every developer accidentally makes a bad release of an asset with a long cache lifetime. Fear not, there is a way back! Here’s how to throw the kill-switch. Read more

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  • Dana Wolf, VP of Product at Fastly talks about the Cloud and different types of attacks that can happen with deployments of containers, webapps and SaaS hosted services. And of course, she addresses the best security practices to consider. TL;DR: as security practitioners, your goals haven’t changed. You are trying to protect the same things: identities, data, and infrastructure. But with the in...

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  • Under the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), European nationals have individual rights regarding their personal data that must be respected by companies controlling or processing that data. As part of Fastly’s obligations to provide our edge cloud services in compliance with all applicable laws, and our customer’s obligations not to use our edge cloud services in violation of those same ...

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  • Through our support for running your own code on our edge servers, Fastly's network offers you a platform of unparalleled speed, reliability and efficiency to which you can delegate a surprising amount of logic that has traditionally been in the application layer. In this workshop, you'll implement a series of advanced edge solutions, and learn how to apply these patterns to your own applications...

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  • This workshop is a hands-on deep-dive into the major pillars of observability. Peter Bourgon will explore the defining characteristics of metrics, tracing, and logging, and use that knowledge to instrument an example service, including interfacing with the Fastly stats and logging pipelines. Attendees will leave with specific, actionable intelligence on how to make their own systems more observab...

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