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Wednesday, April 9 • 1:15pm - 2:05pm
Cache Toolkit API for Traffic Server

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Feedback from Traffic Server users indicates there is a need for additional cache capabilities. The project team decided that rather than implement a mish mash of the various features we would take a "toolkit" approach. The Cache Toolkit API brings this flexibility to the Traffic Server cache enabling users to implement customized cache solutions for their deployments via plugin development and not through changes in the Traffic Server core.

The talk will outline the current cache architecture, API, and issues in current deployments. We will present the Cache Toolkit API, describe some examples of operational needs for expanded cache control, and present the use case and discuss how the new Cache Toolkit API can be used to implement a solution for that use case via a plugin.  Some of the use cases we may discuss are tiered storage, locality control, import / export, and visibility.+

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Alan M. Carroll

Senior Technical Yahoo, Yahoo!
I started coding when I was 9, went professional at 14, and never looked back. My first big project was Epoch, the original X-Windowing version of GNU Emacs. I worked at a small startup until it was, through a string of acquisitions, acquired by Cisco. I worked on security and firewall management software until leaving Cisco due to a site shutdown. I ran my own product and then consulting firm (Network Geographics) until I was hired away from... Read More →


Wednesday April 9, 2014 1:15pm - 2:05pm
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