QUIC and HTTP/3: evolution or revolution?
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Back-end • May 2021
QUIC and HTTP/3: evolution or revolution?
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Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Length
36 minutes
Type
online conference
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QUIC and HTTP/3: evolution or revolution?
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With the QUIC protocol becoming an official RFC in early 2021, QUIC and HTTP3 will soon be used by lots of developers - even though you might not be aware of it. HTTP/2 already made some big changes compared to HTTP 1.x, but HTTP/3 makes a more radical change by moving away from TCP and using QUIC instead. In a sense QUIC is just an improved version of TCP, but it has some nice and shiny features that make it faster and more secure. This talk will explain why QUIC and HTTP3 are needed, how they differ from their predecessors, what new features they bring and how it works under the hood.
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Peter Doornbosch
Software ArchitectLuminis
Peter is software architect with passion for software development, fascinated by the fact that creating good software is a lot more difficult than most people think. He likes to share his knowledge and experience, whether it’s during design discussions at a whiteboard, or during talks and presentations. His personal motto is: “if you don’t know how it works, it probably doesn’t”. His personal interests include topics like modern programming languages and network protocols. Peter is author of the popular JMeter websocket plugin.
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Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Length
36 minutes
Type
online conference