The letter of the day in the Networking ABC's is the letter "O".  While OSCP, Optimization, and OpenSSL were good choices, I opted for a word that refers to minimizing the network overhead for backend servers.

"O" is for OneConnect



Pronounced: Wuhn-Kuh-nekt

The OneConnect feature optimizes the use of network connections by keeping server-side connections open and pooling them for reuse.

OneConnect was originally designed to allow sharing of server-side HTTP keep-alive connections which otherwise would sit idle or time out waiting for that single client to make a new HTTP request (connection pooling) and also to allow distribution of requests matching different criteria to different servers (content switching).