3.6 Released with Lower Prices
NCache 3.6 Released with Lower
NCache 3.6 Introduces Professional
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NCache 3.6 Released with Lower Prices!
We are excited to
announce the release of NCache 3.6, an in-memory distributed
object cache for .NET. NCache also provides distributed ASP.NET
Sessions for web farms. NCache lets you scale your .NET
applications by providing an extremely fast in-memory data
storage and reducing expensive database trips.
have lowered NCache 3.6 prices. The old prices were $2500/CPU for client or server and $495/node for developer
machines. The new Enterprise Edition prices are $1995/CPU for server and $795/CPU
for client machines. Additionally, the new Professional
Edition prices are even lower at $995/CPU for server and
$395/CPU for client machines. And, developer licenses
are FREE in both editions.
3.6 provides a number of exciting new features including:
item versioning for optimistic locking
for arbitrary grouping and searching cached items
loader for preloading the cache upon startup
remote clients from NCache Manager
Library 4.1 and NHibernate 2.0 support
more about NCache 3.6 at http://www.alachisoft.com/ncache/index.html
Introduces Professional Edition
3.6 has introduced a Professional Edition with 50% the price of
the Enterprise Edition. Professional Edition is for you if your
requirements are simpler and you want to pay less for them.
Some of the features that NCache Professional
provides are Replicated Cache, Client Cache, ASP.NET Session
State, Cachign Application Block, NHibernate, and more. See a
full comparisong of Professional and Enterprise editions at
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Magazine: Providing Scalability for ASP.NET Application
The popularity of ASP.NET, the Web application framework from Microsoft, continues to grow by leaps and bounds within the developer, enterprise, and IT ranks. There is one area of difficulty, however: scaling ASP.NET applications out of the box is simply not possible.
Scalability bottlenecks in ASP.NET applications
Session-state storage options
Available caching topologies
Necessary distributed cache features
Read the entire article at