NCache 4.8 released with Free Community Edition

NCache 4.8 has now launched a FREE Community edition and it provides the powerful GUI based NCache Manager to let you easily configure caches from a central location. With NCache 4.8, users can enable the cache clusters to automatically recover from Split-brain scenarios without any manual intervention.

.NET Core Support is one of the core aspects of this release. NCache now provides a totally native .NET Core clients that can run both on Linux and Windows. NCache ASP.NET Core session provider also received enhancements and now supports IDistributedCache interface in ASP.NET Core. NCache team has also implemented very easy to use EF Core 2.0 Extension Methods to allow you cache application data that you are fetching through EF Core 2.0.

NCache 4.6 SP3 Available Now – Built Real-time web using SingalR backplane

This provides a superior, proven and affordable 100% .NET alternative to Azure Redis cache.

NCache is 100% native .NET and is integrated with the .NET tool stack including Visual Studio, Entity Framework and NHibernate so users do not need to turn to java-based solutions. Migration from AppFabric is easy with the free NCache AppFabric wrapper.

NCache Cloud is available as Professional edition. Professional is functionally closer to Azure Redis cache, although with more features. NCache cloud pricing is affordable, competitive and includes free client licenses and optional technical support during business hours or 24/7.

NCache 4.6 SP2 Released

NCache team is introducing a new API in this recommended upgrade to monitor all the clients connected to a cache cluster. NCache Client Cache (Near Cache) architecture has been optimized for its synchronization with the clustered cache. The enhancements will reduce redundant event traffic as well as memory usage of this feature.

Leading .NET NCache available in cloud marketplaces

This provides a superior, proven and affordable 100% .NET alternative to Azure Redis cache.

NCache is 100% native .NET and is integrated with the .NET tool stack including Visual Studio, Entity Framework and NHibernate so users do not need to turn to java-based solutions. Migration from AppFabric is easy with the free NCache AppFabric wrapper.

NCache Cloud is available as Professional edition. Professional is functionally closer to Azure Redis cache, although with more features. NCache cloud pricing is affordable, competitive and includes free client licenses and optional technical support during business hours or 24/7.

NCache Integrated with MS Visual Studio/Entity Framework 6.x/NuGet

Alachisoft has also released a NuGet package for NCache that seamlessly configures Visual Studio environment for NCache use and allows a .NET developer to use various features of NCache with minimum effort. All of this brings NCache closer to Microsoft .NET development tools and simplifies the use of caching for .NET developers.

In the words of Iqbal Khan, a technology evangelist at Alachisoft, “Visual Studio is far and away the favorite development environment of .NET developers. Our goal with this release was to ensure that developers do not have to leave their favorite IDE to use NCache and also NCache-related things are auto-configured for them inside Visual Studio.”

.NET Industry Leader NCache Goes Open Source

Alachisoft has announced today that it is taking its flagship product NCache Open Source. NCache is a truly elastic Distributed Cache for .NET and Java applications. It is being used by hundreds of companies worldwide in mission critical applications to achieve extreme scalability.

NCache is now released under the Apache 2.0 Open Source license, giving the .NET developer community unrestricted access to the industry’s oldest and most popular Distributed Cache.

NCache 4.3 SP1 has been released!

Alachisoft, the pioneer of .NET distributed caching announces the release of NCache 4.3 SP1. NCache 4.3 SP1 is a service pack on NCache 4.3 and includes various bug fixes and feature enhancements.

Some of the enhancements include client side error logging, accessing the cache servers through a firewall/router with the help of port mapping, email alerts for local and client caches, viewing client caches in NCache Manager, support for Windows Server 2012, and more.