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Scale Microservices Performance with Distributed Caching

In this article, we will go through how a distributed caching solution can drastically improve the overall performance and throughput of your microservices-based application. In a typical microservices-based application, multiple microservices work together while remaining loosely coupled and scalable. The application has services that are needed to satisfy core business requirements such as keeping track…

Distributed Data Structures in NCache

Using Distributed Data Structures in NCache

Native data structures offer a conventional method of storing and retrieving data. Through their implementation, they provide concurrency to your standalone applications – which is great, except that they are only limited to the threads inside an application process. And with scalable applications running on more than one server, the need to share the state…

NCache Monitoring Best Practices

Best Practices for Monitoring NCache in Production

Let’s suppose you have an e-commerce business which uses a distributed cache such as NCache for faster response times. During the holiday season, your cache cluster is expected to serve thousands of connected clients, but instead, your Customer Support team is bombarded with complaints about website downtime and slow user experience. What went wrong? Not…

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Synchronize your Cache with SQL Server in NCache

Distributed caching is becoming popular with every passing day as it improves application performance and provides scalability. And with the need for a fast and scalable method, people are caching more and more data into the cache. The greater the application’s performance, the greater the number of client applications is going to be. This all…

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.NET Microservices: Scaling with Pub/Sub

There has been a paradigm shift in the software industry lately where the microservice architecture is now replacing the general monolithic application architecture for server apps. The concept of a set of loosely coupled, independent, lightweight modules with each module representing a single functionality and running in their own processes has been selling like hotcakes…

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How to Optimize ASP.NET Core Performance with Distributed Cache?

ASP.NET Core is starting to become popular for developing web applications because of its cleaner and lighter architecture and cross platform support. And, many of these ASP.NET Core applications are high traffic and run in a load-balanced multi-server deployment. In fact, it’s very common to see 10-20 server web farms and some are much larger…