Building next-gen CDNs for tomorrow’s critical streaming workloads

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Pål Johansen, Varnish Software; Asad Ahmed, Varnish Software; Nash Kleppan, Intel and Tushar Gohad, Intel.

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* Click on the video to see attachments pertaining to this webinar | Join Intel and Varnish Software as they describe their experiences optimizing next-gen CDN deployments and their work to push the limit of raw edge performance with near line rate performance. This webinar will discuss hardware and software considerations when building CDNs capable of handling the high-quality video experiences demanded by consumers at scale, while keeping TCO low. Combining low-latency, high-capacity edge caching with accelerated, CDN-optimized hardware, high-speed TLS termination, NUMA balancing and fast I/O will future-proof CDNs against emerging demands. We’ll cover: • Hardware considerations for CDN environments • Delivering video content to 100,000 viewers per edge cache • Accelerating deployment of CDNs to keep costs and complexity low • Pushing the limit of edge performance: how we approached 400Gbps Presenters: - Pål Johansen, Product Manager, Varnish Software - Asad Ahmed, Software Engineer, Varnish Software - Nash Kleppan, Performance Engineer, Intel - Tushar Gohad, Principle Engineer, Software Architect, Intel
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