Users' questions

Can https be cached?

Can https be cached?

No, it’s not possible to cache https directly. The whole communication between the client and the server is encrypted. A proxy sits between the server and the client, in order to cache it, you need to be able to read it, ie decrypt the encryption. You can do something to cache it.

What is https caching?

The performance of web sites and applications can be significantly improved by reusing previously fetched resources. Web caches reduce latency and network traffic and thus lessen the time needed to display a representation of a resource. By making use of HTTP caching, Web sites become more responsive.

How do you implement HTTP cache?

Tips for Building a Cache-Aware Site

  1. Use URLs consistently — this is the golden rule of caching.
  2. Use a common library of images and other elements and refer back to them from different places.
  3. Make caches store images and pages that don’t change often by using a Cache-Control: max-age header with a large value.

How can cache servers save you bandwidth?

Cache servers can unload the burden on networks by creating copies of frequently visited sites and downloaded files at a local level.

  • VSAT users can benefit from reduced bandwidth usage – reducing costs and improving the end-user experience.
  • due to falling hardware and memory costs.
  • What is Google cache server?

    A Google cache server is a dedicated network server that saves Web pages or other Internet content locally. By placing previously requested information in temporary storage, or cache, a cache server both speeds up access to data and reduces demand on an enterprise’s bandwidth.

    What is request cache?

    requests-cache. Requests-cache is a transparent persistent cache for requests (version >= 1.1.0) library.

  • cache.sqlite database.
  • take a look at httpcache and CacheControl.
  • Links.
  • What is proxy cache?

    Related Terms. Proxy cache, also called a Web proxy cache, is a function of a proxy server that caches retrieved Web pages on the server’s hard disk so that the page can be quickly retrieved by the same or a different user the next time that page is requested.