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Speaking at ApacheCon NA 2011

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At the moment November, and another hockey season, seems a long way off. But I'm already making plans to be in Vancouver from the 9th to the 11th for the North American edition of ApacheCon.

That is because, at present, I am schedule to present at ApacheCon on The Power of the mod_proxy Modules:

This presentation reviews the concepts of web proxies and load balancing, covers the creation and maintenance of proxies (forward and reverse) for HTTP, HTTPS and FTP using Apache and mod_proxy and how mod_proxy_balancer can be used to provide a basic load balancing solution. Configuration Examples of implementing proxies and load balancer will be discussed including; how and when mod_proxy modules can help, configuring mod_proxy for forward or reverse proxy and configuring mod_proxy_balancer for one or more backend web servers.

A preview of this upcoming presentation can be found in a previous talk from ApacheCon EU 2006, entitled Apache 2.2 and mod_proxy_balancer.

For those who might be interested, this year's ApacheCon is set to cover:
  • Enterprise Solutions
  • Cloud Computing
  • Emerging Technologies & Innovation
  • Community Leadership
  • Data Handling, Search & Analytics
  • Pervasive Computing
  • Servers, Infrastructure & Tools

More information, including full schedule and registration, can be found at: http://na11.apachecon.com/

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