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Does Plesk support Varnish?

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    Michel

    A tutorial that is over 4 years old. How about really creating a good (and new) tutorial for Varnish 6.x?

    There are a lot of requests and mostly they are made by people who understand the power of Varnish. It's way better than Apache + Nginx. Especially considering software like Wordpress and Magento are becoming more and more heavy. With Varnish Plesk could make a leap forward.

    Recently more and more nonsense are added to Plesk. Why not take your users seriously and simply add Varnish support? So either give us an updates (and good) tutorial for Varnish 6.x or simply add Varnish support to Plesk. After 4 years something needs to be done imho!

    Also I see almost 700 feature votes for Varnish on Plesk User Voice, but still nothing. I have seen "useless" stuff (sorry to say) being added with far less votes. So make Plesk (much) better and add Varnish or at least update the tutorial for it...

    Plesk is starting to run behind (especially since it's considered a premium product, with a premium price). DirectAdmin is really catching up. Heck, you can install and get Varnish working on DirectAdmin within 5 minutes. And it only takes a few lines of code. So terribly disappointing that Plesk cannot do this; that or they are simply unwilling...

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    Poonyalid Penpargkul

    I need Varnish Cache on Plesk for Windows.

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    Michel

    Bumping this thread as a reminder to take some action.

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    Michel (Edited )

    And another bump.
    Bump for V-A-R-N-I-S-H!

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    Michel

    Bump!!

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    Michel

    Thank you for the updated tutorial!

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    Leonid Gukhman

    Hi Michel, we have updated the article, adding the SEO-safe HTTP to HTTPS redirect for WordPress.

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    Pigr_46

    Hi,

    I currently have Docker extention installed on CentOS 8 and have also configured Redis and it works fine.
    Have you already tried if your Varnish configuration also works with Docker and CentOS 8?

    Thanks

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