Category Archives: Distributed Cache

How to Store ASP.NET Session State in Multi-Site Deployments?

ASP.NET has become really popular for developing high traffic web applications. Many of these applications are deployed to multiple geographical locations. This is done either for disaster recovery purposes or for handling regional traffic by having the ASP.NET application closer … Continue reading

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How to Use Custom Dependency in Distributed Cache?

Today, web applications are increasingly using distributed cache for boosting performance and scalability by caching frequently used data so as to reduce expensive database trips. Distributed cache spans and synchronizes over multiple cache servers to let you scale in a … Continue reading

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How to Configure .NET 4.0 Cache to use a Distributed Cache?

In-memory distributed cache today has become really popular for applications running in a multi-server environment because it helps improve application scalability and performance. Until .NET Framework 3.5 there was ASP.NET Cache object available only for web application under System.Web.Caching namespace. … Continue reading

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How to Cache ASP.NET View State in a Distributed Cache?

ASP.NET today is widely used for high traffic web applications that need to handle millions of users and are deployed in load balanced web farms. One important part of ASP.NET is View State that many applications use. ASP.NET View State … Continue reading

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How to Configure Preloading in a Distributed Cache?

  Today’s applications need to scale and handle extreme levels of transaction loads. But, databases are unable to scale and therefore become a bottleneck. To resolve this, many people are turning to in-memory distributed cache because it scales linearly and … Continue reading

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How to use a Distributed Cache for ASP.NET Output Cache?

ASP.NET Output Cache is a mechanism provided by Microsoft that allows you to keep an in memory copy of the rendered content of ASP.NET page. Due to this, ASP.NET is able to serve the subsequent user requests for this page … Continue reading

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How to Share Different Object Versions using Distributed Cache?

It is a fact of life that organizations have different applications using different versions of the same classes because they were developed at different points in time and are unable to keep up. It is also a fact of life … Continue reading

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Query a Distributed Cache with SQL-Like Aggregate Functions

Today, distributed cache is widely used to achieve scalability and performance in high traffic applications. Distributed cache offloads your database servers by serving cached data from in-memory store. In addition, few distributed caches also provide you SQL-like query capability, which … Continue reading

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Class Versioning in Runtime Data Sharing with Distributed Cache

Today many organizations use .NET and Java technologies to develop different high traffic applications. At the same time, these applications not only have a need to share data with each other, but also want to support runtime sharing of different … Continue reading

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Distributed Cache Continuous Query for Developing Real Time Applications

High traffic real time applications are widely used in the enterprise environment. In real-time applications, information is made available to you in moments it’s produced and any delay in doing so can cause a serious financial loss. The main challenge … Continue reading

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