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The World NEXT ends 

One of the great things about Notes and Domino has been the iterative growth of features. Well, that was true until about 4 years ago. Lately, a lot has been said about IBM's poor performance in keeping Domino's security stack up to date:


Not that we've heard ANYTHING from IBM on this topic, but that's not the point of this post...

The HTTP/2 protocol is rapidly being developed and accepted.

The standardization effort comes as an answer to the rise of SPDY, an HTTP compatible protocol launched by Google[3] and supported in Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11 and Amazon Silk browsers.

Full detail:

As paying customers of a pretty expensive product, I think we have a fair expectation that we see HTTP/2 support in Domino on the roadmap across all platforms, just as we expect TLS 1.3 and SHA-2+ across all protocols on all platforms.

I have completed the creation of Software Problem Report #ITDL9PMP32 (APAR #LO82258) reporting the issue to the Domino Development team.
I have created Software Problem Report asking that the product be enhanced to do this in a future release.

If you wish, please open PMR in support of this SPR/APAR

Comments (1)
Craig Wiseman October 6th, 2014 07:21:39 AM

1) Hey, IBM! While you’re adding SHA-2 support across all Domino services, we expect to see HTTP/2 on the road map (soon)

... and "Yes", I've opened a PMR on this with IBM.

Waiting for an SPR I can reference.

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