Caching is an important part of any web server. With applications like Magento, it is more important to have caching as it drastically reduces the load on the application and speeds up the page response, thus yielding a better user experience.

Magento and Varnish is a known combination and has proven to increase site performance significantly. With previous versions of Magento, we had to install plugins like “Phoenix Page Cache” or “Turpentine Varnish Cache” for the integration of Varnish with Magento, but in Magento 2, Varnish is integrated by default. It just needs a few configuration changes to make it work on your store.

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