Our servers live on AWS using ELB, routed to Varnish, routed to our web front-end. The only thing that Varnish is doing is determining, based on the URL coming in, how to re-write the URL and forward it along.
I’m assuming we can do this with an httpd.conf file and cut varnish out of the loop. Then we can more easily utilize AWS-ELB to spin-up multiple EC2 web servers as we have peaks in our loads (right now varnish is a bottleneck).
We believe this to be a quick job with someone who knows Varnish and Apache config files, in particular. Frankly, we can give you the Varnish rules and if you really know Apache, you'll likely be able to re-configure the config file to give us what we need.
Could lead to on-going projects.