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Lawyer.com: Early Adopter of HTTP/2, Speaks to InfoQ

by Michael Redlich Follow 16 Followers on  Nov 30, 2016

Lawyer.com recently announced that they are adopting the HTTP/2 protocol. Gerald Gorman, tech entrepreneur, CEO, and co-founder of Lawyer.com, spoke to InfoQ about their technology implementation, their position on microservices and lightweight containers, their unique search engine, and their use of social media.

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Impact of Java EE 8 Hiatus on Tomcat 9 Highlighted at SpringOne

by Charles Humble Follow 940 Followers on  Aug 04, 2016

Mark Thomas (markt@apache.org) gave an update on the Apache Tomcat roadmap on the first day of the SpringOne Platform conference in Las Vegas this week, in which he brought up the fact that the ongoing delays to Java EE 8, something we've highlighted on InfoQ before, are also causing problems for the Apache Tomcat team.

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Jare.io, an Instant and Free CDN

by Hrishikesh Barua Follow 16 Followers on  Apr 25, 2016

Jare.io, touted as a free Content Delivery Network (CDN), is essentially a wrapper over Amazon’s CloudFront.

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Nginx Plus R8 Brings Hardened HTTP/2 and Persistent Re-configuration API

by Hrishikesh Barua Follow 16 Followers on  Feb 09, 2016

The Release 8 of Nginx Plus has a hardened HTTP/2 implementation and a persistent re-configuration API.

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Internet Security, TLS, and HTTP/2: A Q&A with ThoughtWorks’ Vuksanovic and Gibson

by Daniel Bryant Follow 771 Followers on  Oct 24, 2015

InfoQ recently sat down with Marko Vuksanovic and Sam Gibson from ThoughtWorks, and asked about their recent study of TLS/HTTPS and HTTP/2 that was published in the ThoughtWorks P2 magazine. Both Vuksanovic and Gibson shared their expertise on a range of security-focused topics, including ubiquitous computing, the workings of TLS/HTTPS, certificate trust, and the security implications of HTTP/2.

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Jetty 9.3 Celebrates 20th Anniversary, adds HTTP/2 Support

by Matt Raible Follow 13 Followers on  Jun 19, 2015

On June 12, 2015, the Jetty Project released version 9.3 of their flagship open source embedded application server, that day being the 20th anniversary of the project's beginning. Features of the release include HTTP/2 server (and client) support, Java 8 as a minimum, more Java NIO integration and an overhauled scheduler. They also removed SPDY networking support and fixed over 400 bugs.

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Google Will Propose QUIC As IETF Standard

by Sergio De Simone Follow 19 Followers on  Apr 22, 2015

Google has recently announced that they will propose their experimental transport layer network protocol QUIC as a IETF Standard. Furthermore. Google has provided the first available figures about the improvements in page load time that QUIC makes possible.

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Ed Burns Discusses HTTP/2 and the Java EE Servlet 4 Specification

by Daniel Bryant Follow 771 Followers on  Mar 30, 2015

At JavaLand 2015, Ed Burns provided an overview of the Java EE Servlet 4.0 specification (JSR 369), the main focus of which is to introduce HTTP/2 support into the Java EE Platform. HTTP/2 aims to overcome problems with the existing HTTP specification, and new features include request/response multiplexing, binary framing, stream prioritisation, server push and header compression.

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Google Releases gRPC, a HTTP/2 RPC Framework for Microservices

by Abel Avram Follow 11 Followers on  Feb 27, 2015 2

Google has opened sourced gRPC, a RPC framework used internally to connect cloud microservices. gRPC comes with support for 10 languages, making it attractive for creating back-end cloud services for mobile applications.

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HTTP/2 Specifications Approved for Publication

by James Chesters Follow 2 Followers on  Feb 24, 2015

HTTP/2 specifications have been approved for publication, according to the IETF. 15 years after the launch of HTTP/1.1, IETF have gone through over 200 design issues, 17 drafts, and 30 implementations to get the specification approved to be published as standards-track RFCs.

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