Austin Spires

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  • Austin Spires commented,

    [quote="serge, post:7, topic:316"] We intend to use a single s3 bucket to host all the sites using sub-directories since s3 has a hard limit on buckets.staticsitesbucket/clientdomain.com/staticsite...

  • Austin Spires commented,

    There are things that can be set in the UI that will bypass shielding, so there may be problems there. It's hard to tell without looking at your service directly. If you'd like, send us an email at...

  • Austin Spires commented,

    @czigor there are a lot of things that could cause shielding to not work properly, especially if you're just setting things up. Commonly, there may be a return(deliver); or return(pass); statement ...

  • Austin Spires commented,

    Hey @Arun_Prabhakar this isn't possible at the moment. Requests can only have one lifecycle flow in the CDN state machine -- they can't be split or duplicated. So, for a purge to be successful, it ...

  • Austin Spires commented,

    @beekatt the latency between the real-time analytics page and the streaming logs you delivered to your server should be relatively negligible. What / how much difference are you seeing?

  • Austin Spires commented,

    At the risk of being "that person" who gives nonanswers, it depends :smile: If the object is highly requested, there shouldn't be user-facing cache misses, but it's hard to tell from one request a...

  • Austin Spires created a post,

    The Guardian's Grid image management project

    The Guardian recently open sourced Grid, their image management system. The tool itself is incredibly powerful if you’re managing a large fleet of images or a large editorial team. It’s also built...

  • Austin Spires created a post,

    Pull cookie values without regular expressions

    Fastly shipped a pretty cool way to allow you to process cookies (and other headers) without using big ugly regular expressions. From a example Cookie value of loggedin=true; serviceValue=xyz; tes...

  • Austin Spires commented,

    Hi @Nathaniel there's sometimes a connection delay on the Sumologic side. After some reasonable traffic through the CDN, logs do begin appearing. Are you still seeing this?

  • Austin Spires created a post,

    Deploy version-controlled Fastly configs from the command line

    If you version control your VCL files, the UK GDS team and @ajlanghorn released a cool new library for deploying your Fastly configurations from the command line: https://github.com/alphagov/fast...