A caching topology defines the strategy for data storage in a clustered cache. It refers to the behavior of a cache cluster under different circumstances. These behavioral specifications help choose the cache topology that best suits the environment of an application.
The variety of caching topologies cater to the needs of applications requiring linear scalability in terms of storage and transaction load, as well as high availability.
In This Section
This section explains in detail the Partitioned and Partition-Replica topologies.
This section explains in detail the Replicated Topology.
This section explains in detail the Mirrored Topology.
Scalability in Caching Topologies
This section explains how caching topologies are scaled.