Creating Cache Clusters
A cache cluster is a set of interconnected server nodes forming a cluster of servers which behave as a single cache unit from the outside. Cache clusters are usually preferred in scenarios where performance and scalability are needed. With additions of more server nodes in a cluster cache, more storage space and high availability of cached data can be gained for large applications.
A cache cluster can be Mirrored, Partitioned, Partitioned Replica or Replicated.
In This Section
Creating a New Cache Cluster
Explains how to create a new cache cluster using the NCache manager and command line tools.
Add an Existing Cache Cluster
Explains how to use already created cache clusters.