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Edge Side Includes for page composition

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Breaking up monolithic applications and building systems from microservices requires a solid strategy to integrate output from disparate systems into a coherent experience for the end-user. Integrating at the presentation layer using Edge Side Includes (ESI) for page composition is a practical and elegant solution. This can occur within your environment using a reverse proxy like Varnish or closer to the user in a Content Delivery Network (CDN).

History for Edge Side Includes for page composition

May 2013
Trial?
Breaking up monolithic applications and building systems from microservices requires a solid strategy to integrate output from disparate systems into a coherent experience for the end-user. Integrating at the presentation layer using Edge Side Includes (ESI) for page composition is a practical and elegant solution. This can occur within your environment using a reverse proxy like Varnish or closer to the user in a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
Oct 2012
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