Web Caching (O'Reilly Internet Series) by Duane Wessels
Publisher: O'Reilly Media (June 2001) | ISBN-10: 156592536X | CHM | 0,9 Mb | 318 pages
On the World Wide Web, speed and efficiency are vital. Users have little patience for slow web pages, while network administrators want to make the most of their available bandwidth. A properly designed web cache reduces network traffic and improves access times to popular web sites–a boon to network administrators and web users alike. Web Caching hands you all the technical information you need to design, deploy, and operate an effective web caching service. It starts with the basics of how web caching works, from the HTTP headers that govern cachability to cache validation and replacement algorithms.