Installing Varnish on Ubuntu 18.04

Installing Varnish on Ubuntu 18.04

The Varnish is a web application accelerator and caching HTTP reverse proxy installed to reduce the loading time of web pages and thereby, to increase the web server’s speed and performance. Generally, Varnish will be installed in front of your web server to act as an absolute boon for content-heavy dynamic sites. Let’s see how to install Varnish on an operating system like Ubuntu.

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