JSP Session Persistence and Replication with Distributed Cache
Session persistence has been a problem for quite some time now. Many solutions have been proposed and implemented but each and every one of them has its own shortcomings. Some have scalability bottlenecks while others have performance issues.
NCache has resolved this nuisance using distributed caching in a very clever and different way. Using NCache, you not only can eradicate the pain of handling session persistence but also enhance performance and scalability as cherry on the top.
Develop real time applications using distributed cache continuous query
In high traffic real time applications, the main challenge is to get notified about any changes in data set so that the corresponding views can be updated. They cannot rely on the traditional databases because making expensive database trips causes performance and scalability issues.
NCache Continuous Query provides you the flexibility to be notified separately on ADD, UPDATE, and DELETE. And, you can specify these events at runtime even after creating a Continuous Query, which SqlDependency does not allow. This reduces events traffic from the cache cluster to your real time application.Moreover, NCache is linearly scalable for your high traffic real time applications.
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