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minor #3505 replace Akamaï with Akamai (xabbuh)

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replace Akamaï with Akamai

| Q             | A
| ------------- | ---
| Doc fix?      | yes
| New docs?     | no
| Applies to    | all
| Fixed tickets | #3502

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fb276b8 replace Akamaï with Akamai
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weaverryan committed Feb 3, 2014
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@@ -795,13 +795,13 @@ Gateway caches are a great way to make your website perform better. But they
have one limitation: they can only cache whole pages. If you can't cache
whole pages or if parts of a page has "more" dynamic parts, you are out of
luck. Fortunately, Symfony2 provides a solution for these cases, based on a
technology called `ESI`_, or Edge Side Includes. Akamaï wrote this specification
technology called `ESI`_, or Edge Side Includes. Akamai wrote this specification
almost 10 years ago, and it allows specific parts of a page to have a different
caching strategy than the main page.
The ESI specification describes tags you can embed in your pages to communicate
with the gateway cache. Only one tag is implemented in Symfony2, ``include``,
as this is the only useful one outside of Akamaï context:
as this is the only useful one outside of Akamai context:
.. code-block:: html
@@ -936,7 +936,7 @@ used ``render``.
.. note::
Symfony2 detects if a gateway cache supports ESI via another Akamaï
Symfony2 detects if a gateway cache supports ESI via another Akamai
specification that is supported out of the box by the Symfony2 reverse
proxy.
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ As seen previously, Symfony2 is smart enough to detect whether it talks to a
reverse proxy that understands ESI or not. It works out of the box when you
use the Symfony2 reverse proxy, but you need a special configuration to make
it work with Varnish. Thankfully, Symfony2 relies on yet another standard
written by Akamaï (`Edge Architecture`_), so the configuration tips in this
written by Akamai (`Edge Architecture`_), so the configuration tips in this
chapter can be useful even if you don't use Symfony2.
.. note::

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