This section provides conceptual details about NCache architecture, its caching topologies and provided features.
In This Section
Explains what is a caching topology. It also discusses the four types of cache topologies in NCache.
Explains the concept of dynamic clustering and its main features.
Explains local cache and its two isolation levels.
Explains the concept of cache client and its basic features.
Explains client cache and its main features.
Bridge for WAN Replication
Explains the basic concepts and topologies for Bridge for WAN Replication.
Explains the cache serialization formats provided by NCache and their conceptual details.
Explains the data encryption feature provided by NCache to secure sensitive data and reduce security risk.
Explains the data compression feature provided by NCache to minimize the data traffic between cluster and client nodes and efficiently using the memory.
Data Load Balancing
Explains the concept of data load balancing and the two load balancing options that NCache provides.
Explains the concept of pipelining in NCache.
Cache Server Backward Compatibility
Explains cache server backward compatibility in NCache.
Client Backward Compatibility
Explains the concept of client backward compatibility.
Explains the concept of eviction and different options for eviction provided by NCache.
Explains different type of indexing provided by NCache.
Explains the handling of split brain in case of NCache.
Explains the maintenance mode feature provided by NCache and its performance regarding NCache.
Runtime Data Sharing
Explains the concept of runtime data sharing in distributed caches.
Portable Data Types (.NET & Java)
Explains data types portability feature provided by NCache.
Explains the concept of class versioning provided by NCache.
IP Binding with Multiple NICs
Explains ip-binding with multiple NICs.
Graceful Node Down
Explains the graceful node down feature provided by NCache to avoid losing any background operations.
Separate Cache Host Process
Explains how the cache hosts run on dedicated processes instead of one service.
Self Healing Dynamic Clustering
Explains the concept of self healing dynamic clustering in NCache.