Chapter 4. Patterns for Processing Static Data

A common topic that everyone in technology comes across is static data. Static data is just that: data that doesn't change. Some examples of static data would be HTML web pages with CSS and JavaScript, XML, binary files, and so on. When it comes to this type of data, the common issue that arises out of operations or development is what to do with it to get it to the end user.

Since this book is aimed at Cloud infrastructure and has been heavily tied to web applications, it might be obvious that the static data we will use throughout the examples will be binary data and static HTML. Let's suppose you have some static web pages such as documentation that needs to be accessible to an end user. We could ...

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