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NCache Newsletter


NCache 3.4 Released
October 2008


In this issue

  1. NCache 3.4 Released!

  2. Visit us at PDC2008 in Los Angeles (Oct 27-29)

  3. Visit us at Tech-Ed EMEA Developers 2008 in Barcelona, Spain (Nov 10-14)

  4. Pre-recorded Webcast: Scaling up ASP.NET with Distributed Sessions


NCache 3.4 Released!

We are excited to announce the release of NCache 3.4, an in-memory distributed object cache for .NET. NCache also provides distributed ASP.NET Sessions for web farms. NCache lets you scale up your .NET applications by providing an extremely fast in-memory data storage and reducing expensive database trips.

NCache 3.4 provides a number of exciting new features including:

  1. Improved architecture for Partitioned Cache scalability (3 times faster)

  2. Bridge Topology for cache replication across WAN for disaster recovery

  3. Thin client for High Performance Grid Computing (Compute Cluster)

  4. Database synchronization with Oracle through .NET events

  5. Database synchronization for Enterprise Library Caching Application Block

  6. Improved Object Query Language (OQL)

  7. Much more...

Read more about NCache 3.4 at http://www.alachisoft.com/ncache/index.html


Visit us at PDC2008 in Los Angeles (Oct 27-29)

If you're planning to attend Microsoft PDC 2008 in Los Angeles on Oct 26-30, please make a point to visit us. We are exhibiting there.

If you would like to arrange a detailed meeting with us in advance, please send an email to sales@alachisoft.com.


Visit us at Tech-Ed EMEA Developers 2008 in Barcelona, Spain

If you're planning to attend Microsoft Tech Ed 2008 EMEA Developers in Barcelona, Spain on Nov 10-14, please make a point to visit us. We are exhibiting there.

If you would like to arrange a detailed meeting with us in advance, please send an email to sales@alachisoft.com.


Pre-recorded Webcast: Scaling up ASP.NET with Distributed Sessions
By Iqbal Khan

Handling ASP.NET sessions in a web farm is a challenge for most people. InProc and StateServer modes can lead to session data loss in a web farm. And, SQLServer mode has performance and scalability issues.

A good alternative for you is to store your ASP.NET sessions in a distributed cache. Applications use distributed cache because it is faster and more scalable than database server. So, why not use the same distributed cache for your ASP.NET sessions a well.

To view this pre-recorded webcast, click at http://www.alachisoft.com/webcast.html.


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