Sep 13, 2018

What Ops Needs to Know about HTTP/2 | @DevOpsSummit [#DevOps]

So HTTP/2 is official. That means all the talking is (finally) done and after 16 years of waiting, we've got ourselves a new lingua franca of the web. Okay, maybe that's pushing it, but we do have a new standard to move to that offers some improvements in the areas of resource management and performance that make it definitely worth taking a look at. For example, HTTP/2 is largely based on SPDY (that's Google's SPDY, for those who might have been heads down in the data center since 2009 and missed its introduction) which has proven, in the field, to offer some nice performance benefits. Since its introduction in 2009, SPDY has moved through several versions, resulting in the current (and according to Google, last) version of 3.1, has shown real improvements in page load times mostly due to a combination of reduction in round trip times (RTT) and use of header compression.

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